Many people, particularly men, look upon two women intimately engaged with each other with fascination, yet without reflecting upon what such intimate engagement signifies. The casual observer stares as long as he dares at their actions; but as to the feelings that the two women have for each other, not a thought crosses his mind. When he speculates on their inner lives at all, he supposes that the two women are merely horsing around for their amusement and the amusement of all who happen to see them - something to do to pass the time until they meet their boyfriends. It doesn't occur to him that the women act upon their feelings for each other, that what he sees is not an act put on for his benefit, but the expression of their mutual desire, the satisfaction of their womanly needs, an episode in the continual consummation of the love they have for one another. If he could see this, perhaps he could recognize woman-love as wonderful in itself rather than as the unknown quality behind the stuff of his fantasies.