New research has shown what we girls knew all along, we check out other girls out. Researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln hooked up college-age men and women to eye tracking devices to determine the nature of our roaming eyes. They found that both men and women were likely to gaze first at sexualized body parts. Researchers say this shows that its not just men—women also objectify other women. Researchers say that anecdotal evidence supports eye-tracking results, which show that though women and men both check the ladies out, women do it because they’re comparing themselves to other women.