I must say from a man’s perspective that it is becoming more and more difficult to look a woman in the eye. Women make such an effort for other bits and pieces to be noticed that men can really only be blamed for this to a certain degree.
It has to be a deliberate strategy on some level, and it must be fairly effective given the rate at which the young are catching on to the technique.
Neatly packaged objects of attention are a common sight on our streets, casually longing to be noticed so that their efforts don’t go unrewarded.
The men no longer feel the need to practice restraint, after all they are simply responding to a stimulus that has been deliberately created.
One might say there is little that can be learnt from a woman’s cleavage, regardless of how compelling it might be. Yet it is in times like these that we realise; eyes are not the only things competing for our attention.