We were shocked — shocked! — when we read this article: Gaze-tracking Study Apparently Confirms Everyone Really IS Staring At Your Chest. It’s found at the website of the CBS television station in Philadelphia.
We don’t need to excerpt very much, because we know you’re going to click over there to read it all. But in case you need any motivation, the news story says:
A new study has confirmed something women have been complaining about for years.
The research, out of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and published in the Springer-published journal Sex Roles, essentially corroborates the belief that people tend to focus more on the breasts and figure of a woman when analyzing her appearance than they do on her face.
For those who don’t already enjoy a subscription to that esteemed journal, here’s a link to this latest research: Eye tracking technology suggests people “check out” women at first glance.
Before we leave you to your reading, here’s one more excerpt, and this was a genuine surprise to us:
“Generally speaking, people are more positive towards a more attractive woman than a less attractive one,” lead researcher Sarah Gervais said.
Your Curmudgeon has a lot of re-evaluating to do. This is going to change everything.
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