Male body language and dating
resize=768:*" /A dude who wants to get intimate will often invade your personal space.
"A sneerlike grin is an indication that he's not being sincere with you," points out body language expert Patti Wood.
Anthropologists call it the eyebrow flash because it's usually lightning-quick.
If he touches his belt, hangs his thumb off a front pocket, or even scratches himself down there, you may need to hose him down — he's subconsciously trying to draw your attention to his, ahem, assets.
You may think you look calm, cool and collected, but look down -- your foot's tapping the floor like a woodpecker. Keeping your body language "open" isn't just critical to changing other people's moods and attitudes; it's critical to changing yours. After a few minutes, you'll get quieter, more introspective and less likely to smile or laugh.
Sexual signals bounce all over the place whenever gay men get together, and they're being sent with heads, eyes, arms, hands, legs, and feet. This concept doesn't just apply to your hands or your palms; it applies to everything. It's the body's built-in feedback loop -- "bad mood" body positions result in bad moods, period. Uncross your arms and keep your palms open for a couple of minutes. Is that your spirit lifting or are you just happy to see me?