A female Health And Fitness what-kind-of-body-language-is-this What kind of body language is this? Relationship & Sex    age 41-50, anonymous writes:

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Can anyone tell me what type of body language the following comes across in a male (apart from just being a comfortable position).

I was sat next to a male friend on a sofa, he had chosen to sit next to me when there were other chairs in the room, every time he got up he came back and sat back next to me on the two seater. The one time when I went to get food I came back and he had both his feet up on the sofa but in an L shape so one knee pointing towards me when sat down and the other knee was upright. I told him to put his feet down but he refused to so basically sat there ‘open crotched’.Is that a natural stance for a bloke because its more comfortable for them to sit like that. This guy was in his 50s, I would expect it more from a younger guy as don’t think I have ever noticed an older guy do that.

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A female reader, Honeypie Health And Fitness what-kind-of-body-language-is-this-1 What kind of body language is this? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 March 2019):

Health And Fitness what-kind-of-body-language-is-this What kind of body language is this? Relationship & Sex    Yep, I agree, He wanted the couch to himself. THAT is NOT how you sit if you want someone you don’t know REALLY REALLY well, to sit next to you.If it was HIS home I can see it “being comfortable” (but exaggerated) if it WASN’T his home… RUDE.

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A male reader, WiseOwlE Health And Fitness what-kind-of-body-language-is-this-1 What kind of body language is this? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 March 2019):

It meant you were sitting next to a jerk who decided he wanted to takeover the couch and hoped you’d go find yourself another place to sit if you didn’t like it. It meant he had no manners or respect for others when he refused to close his legs and be civilized. He was demonstrating how to be a complete jackass just because you have testicles.No, it is neither necessary nor natural for males to sit like they have soccer balls for testicles. It’s exaggerated machismo which means absolutely nothing. You can attach any derogatory name that you like to someone who has no manners.

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A female reader, Aunty BimBim Health And Fitness what-kind-of-body-language-is-this-2 What kind of body language is this? Relationship & Sex     + , writes (28 March 2019):

Health And Fitness 49f157e9-364f-4a56-bc91-249c21db156e What kind of body language is this? Relationship & Sex    Some people claim it is more comfortable … but if that is the case how come men down through the ages haven’t been painted, or photographed, doing the man spread? Spreading their legs like that was found to be so offensive in Spain that the practice is banned on public transport. Personally I find it offensive … and a clear demonstration of a lack of respect. He clearly wanted the 2 person sofa all to himself.

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