First of all, I understand that is in men's/ women's nature to look at their opposite sex. Now one thing is to know it and understand it, but the truth is that somehow that situation does bother a little in the end.
I try to be patient about it, but it really bothers me. For example, the other day I was walking along with my boyfriend and we were really into the conversations, and suddenly a girl with a very tight dress popped out, he literally turned around to look at her and got lost in our conversation. I didn't say nothing, but it did bother me. I realize that by him doing that, he wakes several insecurities in me like: he doesn't find me attractive? He don't think I'm beautiful? What did she have that I don't have...
This led me to the question. Why guys do this in the presence of their partner? What do guys really think when they look at other girls?
Please feel free to elaborate and share your opinion. Thank you :)
Most Helpful Guy
Tha'ts because men are visual creatures. It doesn't mean that he thinks you're unattractive when he looks at another girl. Every guy out there is guilty of this, because it's in our nature.1
Most Helpful Girl
They probably think she is good looking. My fiancé doesn't do that; the only time he checks out other women is when I ask/tell him to1