Check Out Girls Without Getting Caught
As dudes, we face a major conflict: we want to be polite gentlemen, but at the same time we appreciate the bevy of hot ladies walking around the streets, malls, or beaches of [insert your city here]. If you open your eyes and observe how men often stare at women, it's actually pretty gross. The most cliche example would have to be the construction workers whistling at women as they walk by and possibly saying who knows what inappropriate stuff. It's pretty common knowledge that staring in general is rude, especially if it's at a woman's cleavage or ass. You need to strike the right balance of being polite while also giving in to your natural dude inclinations. Yeah, women might put some cleavage out there to pique your interest, but few women want to just be seen as a pair of tits or ass cheeks.
Here are some tips to help you discretely enjoy the view:
- Dark Sunglasses - This is an easy one. Especially during the summer, and when you're places people commonly wear sunglasses. Wearing sunglasses at night or to bars is not a good solution and will just make you look like a massive douchebag. Just remember to look mostly with your eyes and not your head.
- Mirrors - Sure it might lessen the quality of the view, but mirrors and reflective glass can come in handy. If you can't get a good peek without being really obvious, look around for any reflective surfaces. This tactic can be very useful in places like trains or stores.
- Passing Glance - If you are going to look directly into the sun, I suggest the following. Instead of staring directly, turn your head towards and then past what you're looking at. That way, you can get a brief direct look, but you won't get caught staring.
- Photo Fake - Is there a scene you'd really like to save a memory of? Get a friend to stand in front of it and pretend to be taking a photo of them. Sure you could still get semi-caught, but you'll have definite plausible deniability. Below, I present to you a photo fake that I took with contributor Peter a few years ago.