Some of those signals include auto contact or self touching, bending over or pushing the rump in a man’s direction, leaving legs uncrossed or re-crossing them in view, leg twine, putting the chest on display, tossing the head, playing or flicking the hair, object caress, suggestive lip licking, pouting, removing clothing or playing with shoes, hiking the skirt, grooming, the parade or catwalk and hip tilting, The third way a woman indicates sexual interest are proximity related and the desire to increase proximity.These cues indicate that approach by men is welcomed and permitted or that courting which is already in progress may increase in intensity. Put Yourself In Her Shoes – She Wants You To Pursue In order to understand women in dating, we must know that women want and enjoy sex as much as men.If her nonverbal screams do not lead to approach, then you will be cast aside as an unworthy mate.In her view, she is a prize, one worth fighting for, pursing and claiming.I doubt that anyone would show attraction to anyone else if their full set of flaws were showing all at once and initially upon meeting.Therefore, no signals of seduction by a woman will ever be foolproof and accurate as a representation of her complete impression of someone, since the impression itself is incomplete.
Most female sexual signals have some component that is rooted in appearing submissive.
Some of the most common ways women indicate sexual interest, and the first class of signals, are displays of submission.
They include body lowering or body shrinking, childlike playfulness, dilated pupils, eye widening, neck and wrist exposure, coy glances, smiling, giggling and laughing, touching the neck, head tilting, shoulder shrugs, bowing the forehead, downcast eyes, turning the toes in called pigeon toes or “tibial torsion.” The second class of signals relates to a woman’s health and youth – her sexuality and sexual assets.
The impressions we make on people are continuously changing and so is the body language that people are emitting.
Therefore, we must be constantly measuring interest and disinterest. Remember that body language is a representation of the unconscious and very often we deal with limited and incomplete information.
We must also be careful of signals that are evolving during the development of a new relationship.