Are you saying that you never have the urge to turn and look at at the breasts of a sexy woman you don't know?
You missed the point. And it's right in the header of this thread — What does sexy mean to you
/ Look like for you?
It's expected that people will have different responses to cultural stimuli based on personal experience and social observation, and that people's attitudes, opinions, and behavior are subject to modification and reinterpretation.
While I have no doubt that you are sincere, what you're describing as "sexy" is not how I define the term or use the adjective. Sure, I might ogle a tart on full display — not because she's sexy but because she's a spectacle.
I might stare just as intently at some MAGAtard in camo at a local MallWart. Some people don't mind drawing attention to themselves. But I'm not going to have any idea if a woman is "sexy" until
I grow to know her over time and shared activities.
So someone can conform to a superficial stereotyped social standard of "sexiness" — it's all advertising and artifice.
A bunch of well-worn Hollywood clichés and Madison Avenue tropes have wormed their way into the public imagination. I feel as if I'm being sold a bill of goods so why complete the transaction?
“People will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think.”
— Aldous Huxley