Vision or sight is how we see the world. You have to be in touch with your world to be in touch with you. We do this by input from the senses. They tell the brain what they know. Then the brain sends commands to the body. And perceptions are then formed in the mind for us to have thoughts to think. Our thoughts are based on what we receive, and are formed in the mind to be recorded by the brain. Our mind is where we think our thoughts and it suggests to us what to do. We have the choice to overrule the mind if need be. It is where perception has its roots. The senses are tools for the brain, and thought lubricate the gears of the thinking process.
We look out with our eyes, and look in with our mind. The human eye is the organ that gives us the sense of sight. It allows us to learn more about the world that we live in than we do with any of the other four senses. We use our eyes in most of the activities that we do. Probably most people would agree—I know that I do—that sight is the most precious of the five senses. Many of us fear the loss of sight more than any other disability. And we humans rely on our sense of sight more than a lot of other animals. Many of them use their sense of smell much as we use our sight. Our sense of smell is not as accurate as that of some animals. It is of our own doing, it is because of us. No matter how you look at it, we did it to ourselves. We have confused our sense of smell with all sorts of perfumes, lotions and potions, and powders and oils. And this often suppresses our awareness of what our nose tells us. Though, for sure, the best way to know that it is real is to see it. That is, when we have not confused that as well.
Night or day, our eyes from the time that we open them until the time that we close them are like a video camera. All of the things that we look at are sent to our brain for processing and storage. Of course, there are things we see that we cannot get enough of and others that we do not want to ever see again. Either way, the picture will forever more be there in your mind. The sense of sight is considered the most complex of the five senses for good reason. Most all the activities that we do we will need to see. Not being able to do so would make our daily lives much more difficult. Reading the paper: how would you do that if it is not in braille. Riding public transportation, though better than in the past, would be more difficult if you could not see. Taking a class, going out with friends or going a trip would not be without somewhat of a hassle, at least. And I am sure without the ability to see, you would have to touch it and smell it to become aroused. There is certainly not a thing wrong with that. Stick it in where you can get it in. Other things we almost take to be a right, such as driving, you would not be able to do at all.
To know what turns us on is best known if we can see it. But it has come to the point of even seeing is not always believing. With all the cover-ups, push ups and aides in getting it up you can hardly trust what your eyes are telling you. And for that matter, what you feel, when you are feeling. You hear all the time that men are visual creatures. Well, I am here to tell you that women are as much or more so. It goes something like this: The face, the hair, and the breast (for men), the crotch (for both), the butt (for both) and the legs (for men). Now that is the way we see it. And you have to savor those things that you like. Because you cannot see, smell, taste or touch the mind, it is the last thing most of us think about. Though you can tell a great deal about how they think, by how they act. Watch how their bodies move, look at them from head to toe and you will see, and can tell, what they consider their best assets. This would be your focus. Pay special attention to how they move and where they place their hands. And remember, it is not so much what they say as much as it is how they say it. When they know you have homed in on them, even before you speak, your eyes will have done the heavy lifting.
The eyes, alone, can draw the object of your affection straight into your head. Once the eyes lock not a word has to be said. Male or female nature will take its course. It is the connecting of souls where the heat will rise and the sap will flow.
Some look and pretend they do not see what their eyes are telling them that they do. They try to wipe it from their minds. They will turn their heads and try to distract themselves with self-control. They will play with their hair, look at their watch or start fiddling with their phone or act as if there is a thing of interest somewhere else. They are afraid of their feelings. Why do we feel this way? What do you do when you catch yourself eying your sister in-law, you know, the one with the nice butt, do you turn your eyes as if you did not notice. What about the neighbor as she bends to tend her flower garden showing just a hint of her lace panties all moist and filled with sweat. What do you do now, pluck your eyes out. What about that good-looking mail carrier, do you pretend you do not notice the bulge in his pants when he looks you up and down.
We see what we see and we will feel what comes next. You either move on your feeling or just let it be. But one thing you cannot do is “unsee what you have seen.” It will be with you and so will the feelings. Feelings that are as natural as the air that we breathe. It has been made taboo to do the things we have in us to do. And yes, there are some who do not trust themselves to be looked at now just to look. Depending on the relationship, you may not be “allowed” to let your eyes go where they want to go. Whether you are married, single, a relative or friend your eyes are there to do just one thing, to see.
What you see at a distance may not look the same up close. Fantasy is built on the wings of imagination. And some things are enjoyed best from afar. What you see is what you get, but is it what you want. What I say may not be for everybody, some of you may even think it is vulgar. But let me assure you that what I say is not uncommon; it is, after all, how we were created to be. I would say that it is just human if we were the only ones. We are not for the attraction to the opposite sex is what makes us, and all creation, what and who we are. The strongest drive that we have, and it is part of our survival instincts, is the desire for sex. And the accelerant is what we see and how we feel when we see it. The “original” man had to be ready to copulate; therefore, would have to do so when aroused. He would have to be erect and hard. This could be at any time or place.
By nature, sex it is still at the core and is the base of survival of the species. In the beginning, sex more likely than not was the sole reason for wanting to mate. We are now as we were then attracted first, by what we see. And what we see can have a different effect on you than on me. You may like it big, I may like it small. You may like it long, I may like it short. You may like it firm, I may like it soft. What you see as pretty, I may not like as much or at all. It is how each of us perceive what we see. There is stimulation all around, from the pointed breast to the well-defined backside if that is what you prefer. Look over there, what do you see, is that thing playing hide and seek. The lushness of the female form and the lure of the body sweet have a power that goes beyond what words can express. It need not be any special way, because what is for you is for you to say. Masculine or feminine, either way, man and woman are here to stay. It is not sexist to say what you like, and respond to what you see, it is the way it was meant to be, I for you and you for me.
I get great pleasure out of what I see; it turns me on and tells me that I am me. I like the rounded thighs and the pink inside. When I look, I like what I see. You may say vulgar, it’s not so nice, and I say you are not seeing through my eyes. You are seeing what you want it to be. What is wrong with telling the truth. We should not try to hide who we are. We were made this way. It is how we are supposed to be. I say the things that I do for you to know there is no taboo when it comes to you. You do not have to hide from what is you nor should I pretend that I do not see what I do. The human body is a precious thing each one belongs to you and me. What we do is see where they fit. We all look, but many are blind to what they see. I see you can you see me.
They say it is not nice to stare, but how would you know if you were not staring at me. Perhaps a look a glance is all it takes, not everyone is on the make. Though this may not be true for some, our minds are always on the prowl, be it for sex, friendship, or a place to be. You can tell by the look in a person’s eyes whether they want a snack, a meal or a sumptuous feast. We hunger for those things, which satisfy our needs. Some need a lot some can only take a little. What will satiate you may leave me wanting. When I see what I want, I want what I see. Then getting it is left up to me.
Some have tried and all have failed to make what is a natural thing to do against the law, as if the devil in you. The ones who do not care for the natural state of “man” and what we do, say that we should be punished or fined for lingering when we look at the female form. They call it ogling, “reckless eyeballing,” or some such thing. Others have suggested that it is an invasion of a woman or girls privacy. I say do not invite me in if you do not want me to stay, at least for a while. We, female and male alike, usually will not focus long on that, which turns us off or not appealing to our libidinous taste. You try so hard to be attractive and go to great lengths to make it so. Then when it is not the object of your affection that looks your way you are offended as if the only eyes that are allowed to see you are the ones you want. That is not being real no matter what way you look at it. Take the bitter with the sweet, they both can be a treat, and at the right time and place could be said quite neat.
Here is a quote from an online article. “Women are created to nurture themselves to attract the opposite sex. This is my opinion based on what I have seen and experienced. We like to spend lots of money on goodies – latest shoes, clothes, and makeup, everything that will make us look great and smell good.” These are not my words, they come from someone who should know. There is not a thing wrong with this, so why don’t we admit it as this female person has done. I will say this; though, much of it is not necessary. Men, if that is who you want to attract, would rather you be as nature meant for you to be. Be yourself that is the best thing you can do for you. Makeup, and a new getup will not keep you, or the man. At some point, it will all have to come off, better sooner than later. Women as well as men I am sure would like to know what they see is what they will get. As an added note: American women spend about $30 billion a year on beauty, which includes $20 billion on cosmetics. They also spend $104 billion on apparel. This totals $134 billion spent on beauty and fashion annually. Some of you do all of this and say you do not want men to look, go figure.
Do you think we can be immune to what we see. Because of what we are, not who we are, this we cannot do. The doctor, the teacher, the preacher or nun is a title, a label, not what was born in us from day one. Do you think they do their jobs with their eyes closed, that they have no feelings or that they leave them at the door when they come to work. No matter what you learn in school and as dedicated as you may want to be, nature will have her way and it is then up to us to control what we do. So go on and try to convince yourself that they only see a form when they see you. This is not so, for when they look they see that you are flesh and bone as all of us are.
When he peers inside to see if you have changed or not or when she cups the scrotum to feel for bumps and lumps they think nothing about this is what you would like to believe. And the thing is, many of us dress up and smell our best to go to the office, the school, and church or store. You say that your only intention is just to be who you are. You have the right, you say, to dress, or not, the way you want to be. But in the eye of the beholder, there may be more to what they see. It may not be personal, it is the way it is meant to be. You will not bend nature to your will. The creator brought us here so are you saying it was a mistake, he did not know to do. It is by nature that we are who we are. It is a fire that burns within us, it is the warmth by which we live. When the fire dies down, so does our desire, then, there will not be a thing, with life, left to be. And for some, the fire burns more bright and longer than for others. You may say this is all just being an animal. Sure, you are right, that is exactly what we are. We act as if we are so civilized. If you want to know how we are not, observe another animal species and then you will know.