Psychologist reveals how much time men spend staring at women each day – and everyone is saying the same thing

Psychologist reveals how much time men spend staring at women each day – and everyone is saying the same thing

01/05/2022

THEY SAY: “Ignorance is bliss,” and that seems to be the case for some women who learned a startling fact from a TikToking psychologist.

He revealed how much time men spend staring at women each day, and female viewers are livid.


In a video captioned: “Things you need to know about men,” the psychologist, who goes by @moderndaypsychologist on TikTok, revealed that men spend an average of 43 minutes per day staring at 10 different women.

While he did not note exactly where he got this information, a 2009 survey by Kodak Lens Vision Centers supports the statement, according to a report by NY Daily News.

Women seemed quite disturbed in the comment section of the video, with one saying she was ready “to start a fight.”

“That’s beyond staring…that’s stalking,” another slammed.

Yet a third defensive user said: “I hadn’t planned on fighting with my husband today but.”

The discovery also had users concerned about men who cheat – but not everyone was super rattled.

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“You’re just further confirming that y’all can’t stay faithful,” one concerned woman wrote.

“That's why relationships are a waste of time and I prefer to stay alone and focus on God,” another added.

“I can’t have a problem with that.

"I probably stare 60 minutes a day at different men,” a woman who could empathize with the revelation noted. 

“Still love my man though. Would never cheat.”

“It’s okay. I spend more time than that looking at men on this app,” another admitted.

The psychologist responded to some comments and shared that the same study revealed women spend about 20 minutes per day looking at different men, so they’re not completely in the clear, either.

When it comes down to it, he noted: “Looking is not cheating – in the end it’s all about morals, commitment, and self-control.”

Of course, everyone has their own boundaries and requirements in a relationship, but if you are concerned about a potential problematic partner, a relationship expert revealed seven red flags that should never be ignored.


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