Hi, I'm not sure if this is in the right place but I have a question for men who check women out. I want to know (because I just cant understand) what a single second glance does for you? My PA husband has caused me IMMENSE pain, you cant begin to imagine how much by these little glances. He does it often and without even realising, to the point of changing position just for a 1 second glance. He denies it completely of course, he says I'm mental. It's got to the point where I can predict accurately what will happen. Once a pretty girl walked past in a shop and because he knew I was looking straight at him he didnt look but I thought, hmm, he'll find a way. She went around the corner and he marched over to some sandwiches where he'd be able to look down the aisle, saying "I want a sandwich". Then the 1 second glance followed by "oh maybe not". Later on, I asked him about it and he flatly denied it. It's happened so many times like this, the girl wasnt even provocatively dressed, she worked in the shop. A pregnant woman in tight leggings walked by today and he wasnt properly positioned to see her ass, I thought again, he'll make sure he looks. Sure enough he walked through a display saying "I think it's over here", glanced, and then walked back saying "oh no it's not, it's over here". It happens all the time. I just want to know WHAT it is that drives him to look, he cant PMO there and then and it's the brevity of the glimpse that leaves me wondering WHY its such a thing. I need to understand why a look is SO important. I believe that he doesn't even realise what hes doing most of the time, it's like an auto pilot thing. I believe he can't remember the incident or even the person afterwards, so WHAT is it? Please, someone let me know. I'm in soooo much pain over this, to the point I'm beginning to hate him with all my heart. But I just want to know why such a tiny glimpse is so, so important.