I write philosophical thought exercises on all sorts of subjects. These thought exercises are designed to expose people’s prejudices. The ‘opinions’ expressed in these thought exercises do not necessarily reflect my personal views on the subject matter.
But I hope you’re not suggesting there is anything wrong with men wanting to ‘ogle women’s bodies,’ including their breasts, are you? These would be perfectly ethical desires for a man (or woman) to have, wouldn’t they? And how would this be relevant to this particular article? Please explain yourself. I’d be most interested to read your explanations.
I hope you’re not suggesting that simply because a man has such natural and perfectly reasonable inclinations, he should be treated with suspicion and as a likely sex attacker — are you?
Oh, and please get your facts straight: At no point have I tried to enter a “women’s changing room.” The fitting rooms at Primark are for the use of any customer that wishes to use them — as confirmed to me by Primark’s customer services manager.