Many wives and partners of sex addicts complain of their partner ogling other women.A man who can’t help staring at other women may be just a rude guy or his ogling may be part of a pattern of sexually compulsive behavior.Her partner is a recovering sex addict who ogles women.
These also could be just very brief glimpses of someone’s cleavage or of someone in an every day position that is sexually titillating to the viewer.”This woman’s partner is not unusual.
Many sex addicts complain that they are helpless because there are just so many sexy women around and they can’t help looking at them.
And since the ogler has not way of knowing it’s best to assume that there is something uninvited and even potentially voyeuristic about it.
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By that I mean often the sex addict will be unable to stop looking at attractive women and will be using the images of sexy women he sees in passing as a way to be swept away, to feed a fantasy life, and to avoid the person he is with.
I saw one sex addict who admitted that he ogled in this way; that he looked at women “from the neck down”.
looking at someone in a sexual way) at the less extreme end, and sexual exploitation, such as trafficking or abuse, at the more extreme end.”Sexual objectification of women (and men) is rampant in our culture and it is probably getting worse.
As a form of objectification, ogling may or may not be a dangerous trend, but can seriously interfere with a person’s ability to relate in an intimate relationship.
In other words, it’s really not about the amount of time.
It’s about the intent, the hunting, the feeding, the drinking in, the filling up.”She describes also:“…a different person I know who captures image impressions of women’s bodies and files them away mentally for later fantasy use.
He is very subtle about his looking, yet he is able to get a potent hit, even though his eyes only “flick” briefly onto a woman’s body.