Re: When A Man Looks At Your Wife
In some strange sort of cave-woman way, I wish my husband would act like this and be spurned to feel 'Don't-you-dare-gaze-at-my-girl' (I know its juvenile, but I never denied that I don't act like one sometimes!)
However, he is not romantic/wild like that. I remember when we were about to be married, I asked him what he'd do if others gazed/cat-called/stared at me...I was hoping he'd say something like 'I'd be really pissed off and yada yada'...instead his reaction was 'Why, I check out other girls...so other guys would do the same to mine too, right?' I remember feeling a distinctive sense of disappointment as soon as I heard that...
Lol thankfully for me, the reality is not exactly that way...
I've learnt over time that my husband (who's not a fired-up beast of testosterone) is actually practical and realistic (which really makes sense in the long run I guess *sigh*) He is petite by build and not really cut out to fight. He is not very physical/sporty/athletic and if a confrontation occurred, I guess he would not be able to overcome the other party unless they were of a similar build. Therefore, he takes the wise way out.
Any place that we KNOW would constitute lots of gazing-ogling-staring is never part of our outing schedules (like clubs, bars etc) In other public places if it was one man doing something like this, he'd just brush it off - it wouldn't bother him. But, if he felt I was attracting the attraction of anyone unhealthy then he'd probably just take me and exit the scene.
His motto is always better safe than sorry!
Last edited by Zing; 03-14-2013 at 04:28 PM.