Why do straight women kiss other females in public?
In today’s society, some young girls, and young women; feel they constantly need male attention and praise. Some straight women have been known kiss other females in front of people for attention. Sadly, girls who do this are being praised in the same way people cheer for the dancing elephant at the circus. A girl might interpret those jeers and hollers as a good thing, or even worse; that this means she is, “hot,” or “special.” Even if these women have a boyfriend, they want extra attention which might stem from a personal insecurity issue. Or, some women might just assume since there is a strong clique about men loving the view of two women kissing is understood by society, they feel that gives them the right to do so.
Kissing a Girl In Public Could Put Your Boyfriend In Danger.
Just because guys are known to have fantasies about two women together, doesn’t mean they want to experience seeing you kissing a girl in front of a crowd. Not only is this behavior not healthy in a relationship, it causes other possible problems for your boyfriend. Publicly displaying this type of behavior only asks for trouble. People observing two girls kissing might assume it is ok to approach them in an inappropriate manner. If you get into a position where your boyfriend has to defend or protect you, something bad could happen. Guys don’t usually enjoy being their girlfriend’s bodyguard just so she can feel free to act like an idiot.
This behavior offends people you wouldn’t expect.
Some young women today feel the need to gain attention by kissing other females in a public bar type setting. They believe participating is type of behavior will allow them to be viewed as attractive and adventurous. Not only does this damage the internal value of women, it disrespects the gay community as a whole. Many gay people have struggled with showing affection in public towards their partner for fear of facing ridicule or judgment. When young women, who are straight; put on a show by making out with each other in public they offend themselves, the gay community, and their significant other. People who are truly straight, gay, or even bi-sexual don’t feel the need to put on a show for others. After these young women who are straight leave the bar, they don’t keep kissing when they get home.