I don’t think I’ve ever come across a complaint from a husband about his wife looking at and lusting after other men. I wonder if husbands ever feel threatened by their wives interest in other men or if they generally don’t worry about it? I’m probably generalizing, but it has never seemed to be the case that a man’s sense of security is tied up in how his woman feels about him, unlike women for whom life often falls apart at the slightest hint that their man might not in fact only have eyes for them.
Sometimes it does seem like husbands are less concerned how their wives feel about them. I’d go so far to say that it sometimes seems like they don’t really care one way or another. They don’t appear to need affection or admiration from their wife. They don’t seem to care if their wife is attracted to them or not. It’s more or less like they’ve already got her. They don’t have to do anything to try to keep her. Far from that they spend their time trying to avoid her and appear to want as little interaction with her as possible outside of sex.
I suppose if a man has a hot wife towards whom he feels possessive he might have a problem with her lusting after other men, but your average husband isn’t paying any attention to his wife in the first place. He wouldn’t notice if she was looking at other men, and even then, he would only care if she went out and had an affair, and that wouldn’t be because he was hurt that she slept with someone else. It would be the disrespect and the feeling of being insulted that would bother him.