There are some things that people like to look at. The reasons aren’t intellectual, or even emotional. It runs deeper, or should I say, lower.
If you want an example of what I’m talking about, go to YouTube and search for cherries dresses. You’ll find, among other things, two videos by a young woman named Cherries trying on dresses that are too small. In the second video, she is noticeably fatter than in the first. There are no actual naughty bits showing, so (last I checked) the videos can be viewed by anyone (no need to log in and declare that you’re 18).
I like these videos. Why? Because Cherries is attractive, and . . . well . . . because the dresses are too small, and she’s fatter in the second video. I don’t know why I like this, but I do. Physical attraction is different for everyone, but for me, all other things being equal, the fatter a woman is, the more attracted I am. These videos accentuate her size, and more than that, her growth.
I’m married, but Tante Terri and I agree that it’s OK to look. So I look. And I like. (By the way, if a man is staring at you, chances are he likes what he sees. Paraphrasing what Cathy Woods-Wild said at a NAAFA Convention a few years ago, “Men don’t look at things they don’t like.”)
Typically (or stereotypically), men have more specific preferences than women, who are supposedly open to a wider variety. That seems to be true of the men and women that I know, although I have to say that women do have their likes and dislikes.
What do you like to look at?