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Historically speaking, noticing women hasn’t only been a treasured pastime for men everywhere, it’s been a way of life. Sure, the stereotypical idea of construction workers wolf whistling at women seems preposterously rude in today’s world (although I’m sure it still happens…somewhere).We’ve all watched the early seasons of Mad Men and been appalled. How are we to ever continue the cycle of procreation to perpetuate the human race?So nobody is suggesting we revert to real, genuine sexual harassment. In my completely random opinion—which is pure conjecture, mind you—I can think of at least three factors that may be conspiring here.1) Fear Of Seeming Predatory The subtle (or at times blatant) message presented to men in the 21st century is that any display of sexual interest in a woman is considered “sexual harassment”.
They weren’t even tuned in to the “hottie radar” frequency.
Given the sheer abundance of videos and images of whatever kind of woman you’d like buck naked and having sex online—and the on-demand availability of it, for free—have we as guys really just become immune to anything less?
Perhaps the more interesting question is this: Have we actually gotten to the point where an image on our computer screen is a more potent stimulus than a real, live woman?
That is, assuming the latter has clothes on and isn’t performing a sexual act, of course.
3) Insulation From Real People In General For years it has been theorized that the advent of the Walkman back in the early ‘80s heralded the beginning of the end for common, face-to-face social interaction. Nowadays people are rapidly feeling less compelled to actually interact with people in person.