Why do Mexicans stare?
Mexicans are the known inhabitants of the country Mexico. A multiethnic country, the people of Mexico were found to have varied origins that notably evolved, after it was cradled by the Olmecs and Aztecs during its earlier years. After learning an uncommon type of language called the Nahuati language, the Spanish language replaced it by the time the Europeans and the Amerindians were able to settle and colonize the nation. This colonization became an important aspect in the history of Mexico mainly because the Mexican identity significantly evolved and the intertwined cultures of Europe and Amerindian groups brought up of what the culture of Mexico exudes. Directly derived from the country’s name, Mexico, Mexicano is a term used to represent the various peoples residing in the country that emerged to united in the 16th century.
However, today, the people of Mexico, particularly the men, are not as gentlemen as those men living before them. Although they are claimed to be kind and hospitable, with a strong belief in their religion, a lot of tourists have noticed that Mexicans have the habit of staring. For most women, they find it insulting and unmannerly for a man to be staring at a woman, especially when the way the man looks is maniacally. Their staring habit is quite disturbing especially to those who do not understand why they do such act. It has been studied that most of the Mexican population who stare belong to the cluster of men. It has become part of the Mexican culture for men to be brought in the thought that they should dominate over women and that their role as men is to be superior to women. That is why most Mexican men stare at women, regardless of what their nationality may be.