Originally Posted by sonicpunk32
I mean, though they are beautiful, most females dont like being looked at.
I understand what you mean, but you don't need to undress them with your eyes and get all hot and bothered. You can look, appreciate, smile --- it doesn't need to be invasive.
Going off on a slight tangent: Many women dress very provocatively these days: miniskirts, thongs low, tight low-cut tops with exposed navels, etc. (As Bill Maher put it: "How's a streetwalker supposed to advertise her availability to prospective customers these days?")
Women who dress like this obviously want attention (I would say there may even be a pathological craving involved, but that's a whole different thread.)
Some young, scantily clad women will talk about how they don't like "creepy guys" staring at them (and who does?) but they don't seem to understand that their manner of dress will attract attention both from the "hot guys" they're trying to entice, and from everyone else as well, including old Uncle Fester at the bus stop. (I never thought I'd say this, but some of these girls should really consider covering up a little more!)
OK, I'm rambling, but I guess I'm saying that you can look and appreciate without pawing or drooling over the "pretty young things", or being "creepy".
Just remember, they're probably "appreciating" you too!