Objectification isn't cool and for guys I recommend if you are truly hot and horny, remember one to keep it to yourself. Two, really make sure your needs are being dealt with as you should not project your needs on to hers.

Words matter and they can be weapons.

But dude will be said, and I would say what if you walked along the side walk by yourself and a group of women cat called you and said .... Rapist, Buffon, Small dick, Hung like a horse but shoots fast.

You would feel infinitely small.

Think of your voice as hands touching a naked woman at a party without consent.

Words can hurt infinitely more because it goes right into the soul of the woman. If you truly love a woman, why would you make her feel threatened or uncomfortable, because your are horny.

I also as a guy understand 100%. I have a high libido, I *love* women and humans with strong feminine spirits, and when that wave comes over me because I see a beautiful woman, or better yet I see her empowered, confident and sexy ... I take a deep breath.

I count to 10 and I breath. I realize that is a human being and if I desire to be with her or to be a friend, I need to control "my shit", because without friendship, equality and respect you really don't love or like that person.

It is a fine balance of course. Women do desire to be desired AND respected AND safe. Over the course of a relationship, most men run out of gas, they believe they are the marathon man, when they are no better than a quarter horse ... great for a few go's and boom done.

Be that man that taps and focuses his desire and when consent is in play, pulse it hard on her with consent and love. Then when you are in the bedroom or house ... then a catcall will be appropriate, because you know the human being and love her and desire.

To others .... be a friend

Lover of people, Texas Feminist Liberal Democrat, Horse Farm, High Tech Gadget ENFP Guy, and someone who appreciates the struggle of women and wants to help.