Reading Female Signals
So you think women are hard to figure out? Are you constantly left
wondering what they are thinking
and if it might involve you?
Well, when it comes to deciphering signals of sexual interest you
are in luck my friend as the following article will discuss these
matters in detail.
Why is it, when this subject has been studied for literally thousands
of years, that most of us are still clueless about the level of
female interest in us - despite the fact that women may give out
over 50 clear signals indicating exactly that? You'd think nothing
would be easier than figuring this out, right? Well, unfortunately
the signals are often subtle
it's not like women turn bright
red when you catch their eye
or do they? Given the correct
information, you should readily be able to discern whether or not
the object of your desire is feeling similarly interested in you.
Here are some of the telltale signs in general order of occurrence:
Eye contact is your first clue. You can generally tell which
women in the room are potentially interested in pursuing some
form of male companionship by how they take in the situation.
Women who are interested often scan the room upon entering in
a broad sweep over the course of a couple of minutes, gradually
focusing in on prospective partners. If a woman gazes at you
for about three seconds and then looks away repeatedly (often
in sets of three), it may be generally construed as initial
interest. Then again, you have to pay attention to the context:
if she's looking at you because you're making a fool of yourself,
chances are it's just curiosity as to "who is this idiot?!"
If her facial expression is relaxed or (even better) smiling
and she begins to look for longer periods, you can infer that
she is indeed curious for the right reason.
Parading is another behavior that is often seen among females
looking for a mate. This involves the woman (or small group
of women) walking across the bar using posture which emphasizes
their breasts and buttocks. They will exaggerate their hip movements
and additionally often appear oblivious to the man they are
trying to attract
that is, until she gets to where she
is going and then turns around to gauge the effectiveness of
her display. If you notice parading, pay close attention to
which male she looks at first after she has finished her journey
- if it's you, you may be in luck.
Other non-verbal cues include: the hair toss, eye brow flash,
licking the lips, and exposing the neck (with her head tilted
about 45 degrees) to the man she's interested in. Also applying
lipstick, smiling, giggling and pouting are common behaviors
exhibited by females desirous of male companionship.
Additionally, you may look for these tell-tale signals: women
will often appear very animated in conversations with their
using plenty of arm and hand gestures when they
are trying to attract some attention. They may also hike their
skirt slightly or smooth their clothing unnecessarily in an
effort to draw a particular man's eye.