In class tonight one of the women wore a blouse that was VERY revealing in a deiscrete way. It was a group therapy class so we were all in a circle. She was a few seats away, but positioned to that I could see straight accross her bust. Her shirt was like a dress shirt, collar and all, but the first button didn't start until the nipple line. Usually female's shirts are a little lower cut than mens, to show to cleavage. But this woman's shirt basically left nothing to the imagination. So every time she leaned forward, the gap opened up, but I was the only one in the group that could see it and it was painfully obvious...to anyone sittin in my seat. She was nicely built and all, but it made me (of all people) feel uncomfortable because the situation was actually a mock therapy session. So I'm trying to play the role of a client in the group and every time I looked in that general direction, my eyes immediatly zoned in on her boob (could only see one).
I told that story to ask the question...are guys naturally that focused on breasts??? Are we pigs for doing it??
I NEVER look at boobs when I'm talking to a woman. Rarely do I get the urge to, but I'm certainly not gonna play captain obvious and stare at her breasts while talking to her.
Anyways, whatcha think?
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