Under the assumption that you are a Catholic, thus called to follow the Christian way of life, rooted on the primacy of charity.
In certain streets, this kind of attitude will get you into trouble. In a Christian forum, however, whether digital or in-person, we try to show each other some love and respect. As such, if, say, I were to meet you and your sister in Church, I probably would not call her a “hot chick”. If the situation is reversed, my sister probably would not slap you because Christ taught us to forgive offenses, but she would probably mention that it is a distasteful and disrespectful comment.
Sure, one must be real and understand not everyone out there lives up to the standards of Christian Catholicism, and in certain places and cultures there are words and expressions that are considered acceptable while being rejected in other places or by other cultures.
So we need to get the context before we try to teach others the lessons we’ve learned. Bottom point: we both agree on the basics that lusting after someone is not ok, while acknowledging beauty is ok.
My comments probably came across the wrong way because we’re only names and words on a forum. I meant no offense. I’m sure that in a personal conversation we would find an easy agreement. We just expressed similar concepts in different ways. That’s humanity.
I still think generalizing can be a slippery slope. There are more people out there who practice restraint of the sexual passions than we think, despite the fact that our culture (especially in first-world countries) has become hyper-sexualized.