For quite some time now i've browsed the internet looking for some other opinions on the matter and to be honest, I was very surprised at what I found.
Basically, I get very frustrated when my girlfriend gets stared at and hit on all the time. I'm a guy, and I work with other guys. Not only that, I've met a lot of men in my life lol. Let me tell you something. Men don't give a shit if you're in a relationship, Married, nothin. They don't care! They will look, stare, bark, touch - whatever! In fact, not ONCE have I ever heard a guy go, "Damn! Look at her! Man her boyfriend is SO lucky." lmao
Now how the hell is another man that I don't know, capable of anything, sexually aroused by my Wife, a COMPLIMENT to ME in absolutely ANY way? In fact, how is that a compliment to my Wife in any way?
I was reading that when someone admires your girlfriend or whatever, you should take it as a compliment. It should make you feel good. It makes me feel threatened...! Some guys LIKE when their girlfriend/ wives dress up and make guys drool all over it. Like... wtf?? Can you try any harder to make your Wife's head a little bit bigger? What kind of world are we living in where its arousing for men to have other men sexually admire your wife? Someone said, "You're insecure. Stop treating her like an object, she's her own person so she can wear what she wants." Insecure? That isn't even an applicable word to use?? I feel disrespected! Not insecure? Treating her like an OBJECT? WHAT? If I WERE to be treating her like an object, this would be a totally different ball game! Shit, first thing I wanna do when I get a nice new car (object) IS SHOW EVERYONE! Fact is... she's NOT an object! I DON'T own her! She is a PERSON lol and a person I'm trying to build my life with in the reality which leaves a lot of risk. People are easily swayed. Women are only Human and I'm sorry but nobody can endure that type of attention and not think something of it.
Now I really do trust her. She isn't a cheater and I don't suspect her of cheating or anything. But all I'm saying is, it happens all the time. I don't really think anyone really plans on cheating, but it sure makes it pretty easy when you have your pick anywhere you go.
To end, I blame television, music; the whole entertainment industry for blatently sexualizing our society, putting sex appeal before morals, and objectifying women.