Why would a coworker give me attitude, and tell me not to look at her boobs and butt?

She flirts a lot, but once in awhile she has a weird attitude, where she’ll do stuff like crossing her arms and saying “ugh! Stop looking at my boobs” or “stop looking at my butt”. No one accuses me of being a creep, and I’m respectful toward women. If she acts like that, I get pretty uncomfortable, and I’ll walk away and start avoiding her. But if I avoid her, she keeps staring and trying to talk to me.

She wears really tight clothes, and I see people looking a lot (and once in awhile I’ve overheard guys saying they wanted to sleep with her, though I’ve never said anything of the sort). Any idea why she would give me that weird attitude (and seems to imply that I’m a creep and being inappropriate), when I’ve always acted respectful?
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  • Usually when guys think a woman flirting, she’s not and is just trying to be a decent human & the whole “tight clothes comment” and men wanting to sleep with her was irrelevant and unnecessary.
    She’s probably looking at you to make sure you go away, you’re probably THAT weird annoying coworker who swears she wants you because she’s trying not to loose her job by being unprofessional. I promise you she doesn’t like you because she smiles and try’s to not b rude to you or make small talk.
    If she’s telling you stop looking at her boobs and butt which clearly you are, you’re looking at how “tight” her clothes is on ehr and she obviously notices and thinks it’s disgusting and is telling you to stop.
    If you feel uncomfortable too bad, men don’t have to feel comfortable.
    Women have been uncomfortable and clearly this women is too, you shouldn’t feel comfortable overstepping boundaries with a coworker, I bet your not checking how tight your males coworkers clothes on or not and you’re not checking them and assuming they’re flirting with everyone for smiling and being nice. Leave women in the workplace ALONE, I don't know why that’s just a difficult concept; everyone deserve a workplace where they feel safe and like they’re not being watched by a rapist because yes that’s the vibes you give off when you watch women like that it’s weird and she clearly sounds like she doesn’t like it.

    • And she’s literally trying to cover up around you, she’s scared of you and doesn’t like you; leave her alone. Don’t b surprised if she reports you to HR eventually if you don’t

    • Anyone can see if someone else isn’t dressed professionally, so implying I’m a creep for noticing is just silly. If she really thought I was a scary scumbag, she wouldn’t tell me she liked when we’re scheduled on the same day. That’s why the behavior is strange, and why it’s safe for me to avoid her. Some women at work who noticed actually told me I should report HER behavior to HR. I’m not gonna bother though.

    • She got the job and has it right? Okay that’s your coworker and she’s a human being you HAVE to respect and treat like a male coworker. How is that a hard thing to do? You don’t have to do anything other be a decent fucking human being.

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  • If your perception is correct, you should stay away from her. I observed a woman act this way to get attention from men then accuse them of harassment. Once the accusation was made, sometimes her competition would be sidelined or fired.

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