Researchers like to use the scientific method to test stereotypical behavior. The latest stereotype they want to prove? That men tend to stare at women's breasts. Did they prove it? Well, sort of.
In a new study, 47 percent of the men fixated first at a woman's chest upon seeing her. Another third of the male participants glanced first at the waist and the hips, while another 20 percent looked at a woman's face first.
Going about your daily
research life, have you found that men look first at your chest before they look you in the face?