I just returned from a trip where a lot of women were wearing low cut shirts and super short shorts, but whenever guys noticed them they got all uncomfortable and started pulling and adjusting their clothes. Why on earth would you wear clothes like that if you didn't want guys to notice or it made you uncomfortable when they did?
You have a point. If a barely dressed man walked down the street, I would look... but for a second. Staring is rude, and perhaps that's what made them uncomfortable?
But. If the weather is hot, what the heck am I supposed to wear? Jeans and a sweater? When I wear revealing clothing, it's for functionality, not to get attention. I hate it when guys stare at me at the beach. Taking a look is one thing, but some men are so creepy about it, and perhaps they just don't notice it.
Well when it's hot out we should be able to wear less clothes (for functional purposes) without being stared at. It's a little rude and creepy. Just because a female is wearing shorts or something like that doesn't mean she wants you to stare or wants attention whatsoever
Because it's uncomfortable when someone looks at you for too long. They're wearing those shirts and shorts because they think they're cute and they like them, not to get your attention. Just imagine just standing somewhere minding your own business and someone comes along and starts staring into your eyes; it's the same with any other body part. It's creepy and uncomfortable.
Sometimes we buy something that's the latest trend and it seems very glamorous or innocuous until we step outside. We were just fine and comfortable with it until some creep leered as us and it made us feel degraded. An admiring glance is nice but staring sets of the fight or flight response as it would in the animal kingdom or days of early man.
I regards to adjusting clothing - I prefer lower cut shirts because, having large boobs as I do, shirts with hih necks are extremely unflattring.
Unfortunately, the weight of my boobs tends to pull the neckline even further down, but during he day I won't always notice. However, if someone is staring, it'll remind me of the issue and I'll awkwardly correc the problem.