Everyone, (or at least the National news media) is obsessed with morals lately. If nothing else, this might be a silver lining to the clouds we have in the political arena. There seemed to be little when Bill Clinton had issues with right and wrong, but at least now, they do.
Even our First Lady Mrs. Obama gave an impassioned speech about how she would feel about a man talking about her body, the way Mr. Trump did about other women. Understandable and everyone has the right to "feel" protective of their body.
But this raises a few questions in my mind. With today's "fashion", how can women be surprised/offended if a man talks about their figure? Victoria Secret ads are all over the place. Women talk about erectile dysfunction, condoms, etc.
Are we really surprised that men (most) appreciate the female form? While men (again, most) have evolved to a point where they do not take direct action on women showing their attributes, would women be happy if they did not notice? "Yawn, there goes another female with a tight, revealing, short outfit on. How boring."
It seems to me that you can not have it the way it is and then be shocked/insulted. Besides, I have been around enough women to know this is not an exclusive to the male gender. ;-)