A Study Finds Women Do Just as Much Ogling as Men
It may be a long time until we close the wage gap, but at least we're already closing the "oooh damn, break me off a piece of THAT" gap.
According to a new study, women OGLE men just as much as men ogle women.
The researchers say that both genders equally OBJECTIFY each other . . . and make snap judgments on what they see.
The study also found that single, heterosexual people are most likely to stare at people of the opposite sex . . . but married people check out people who are the SAME sex.
Why? They want to see if there's someone around who their significant other might be tempted to cheat with.