Tonight my husband and I were talking about going to the beach, and it hit me that it would definately would be strange to do that now, knowing what I know about him. He actually got this grin on his face when I told him that he probably "oogled" girls at the beach and I didn't even notice. His excuse: "Guys are more visual than girls." Well, from the little bit of research I have done, that is a social stigma and not true at all. When I told him this, and my opinion on how this was just another excuse to look at and disrespect women, he ignored me. Help me out here! Am I wrong? All of you who have read a lot more about this than I, may be able to help me here. I know that I am a visual person. I like beauty. I am an artist.
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