New Study Finds Men Staring at Cleavage Know Where Eyes Are
PRINCETON, NJ – A new study from Princeton University finds that out of 100 men caught staring at a woman’s cleavage and told, “my eyes are up here,” 99.6 percent of them already knew that. It’s a shocking statistic, seeing as the results of this study would indicate that men are choosing to stare at a woman’s breasts rather than her eyes during conversation.
“It’s shocking, really, to know that men know where my eyes are,” says lead author Sheri Stimpleton. “I couldn’t believe how many men were able to point to the eyes of a woman when asked.”