After encounters with women (I don't think the women thought of it as encounters, more as passing a random stranger, or if it was indeed an encounter more as having a normal conversation with someone) I used to evaluate that manually. If you get my drift. Now I don't do that anymore. I have removed the link between seeing women and instant gratification afterwards. So there's no need for new input now. New input (looking at women in a sexual way) has become just a burden. It was ofcourse always a burden, but it did have a pleasurable side to it. No more. Just a burden now. With that in mind, I went to the supermarket with a new mindset. My goal was to look at women as little as possible. For the first ten minutes or so, I was doing really fine. I was focusing on the groceries. Then I saw a woman with a really nice face. Even looking at her face sent extra blood to my brain. Or less, I don't know how that works. Without rationalizing it anymore my penis decided that I could make an exception for really beautiful women. So there was another woman that needed my attention. When I was outside, packing my car, I saw this woman passing in some sort of a Yoga-outfit. (With a small jacket on top of it ofcourse.) I thought: "For crying out loud". Then I thought: "This is going too far again. What's happening? Relax dude, it's just an ass, nothing more nothing less. I can't comment on it and I can't touch it". These thoughts calmed me down quite a bit. Why is she wearing those clothes anyway? Perhaps she likes to be seductive to men, perhaps she just likes to dress leisurely and is not aware of the effect that it has on (some?) men. It doesn't matter she has the right to dress that way and the problem is in my head. So with the not so pretty women (physically, just to my opinion ofcourse and perhaps they are wonderful on the inside) it went well not looking at them. With the women I find attractive: not yet so well. I have a lot of work there ahead of me. I still have a hypersexual mind that sees women as walking vaginas. I have to slow down my mind.