For men, women are similar to objects; they stare at them from up to down anytime and every time they get a chance.
But what surprises is, according to a study published in the European Journal of Social Psychology, even women are not behind in staring other women as objects.
Though men and women have a different percept, but then both these groups feature a similar characteristic: looking at a woman as an object, why?
As explained by Sarah Gervais, assistant professor and lead author of this study, “The brains of both men and women, consider men as a whole person. We don’t break people down to their parts, except when it comes to women, which is really striking. Women were perceived in the same ways that objects are viewed".
Men stare at women because they consider them as their potential mates. Developing quality relations with women might be the aim for most of men, whereas women do this to compare themselves with other women.
Gervais further explains that it’s been commonly heard that women when glazed at by men, are condensed to their sexual body parts. But with this study, we move a step further to confirm that this observation is linked with everyday women, too. However, the mental processes of both genders differ from each other.
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