I'll list the cues, because this makes no sense to me -
I'll scan my environment, and I'll see a few different reactions from a woman looking in my direction. More often than naught, I see a woman with her arms crossed, throwing a glare and a temper (???).
Sometimes I'll see a woman looking right at me. Locking my eyes onto her gets one of two reactions, no reaction, and I keep scanning my environment, or she'll freeze. This is if she is by herself. If she is with one other person, I'll suddenly hear something just out of earshot. He something something, but always muffled. The tone of voice indicates it is negative.
On two occasions, two women would hold back on a reaction. The body language indicated the reaction is positive.
Isolated occasion - A teenager (17) I had familiarity with, was looking in my direction and waiting for a reaction. She didn't get one. Instead I turn around and I see her next to me. Her arms are around me and she spouts about being 18 next year. I'm not interested. She says she isn't interested (???).
Women I have familiarity with, that I see sporadically (how to spell that?) will approach and ask if I remember them (the hell?).
Why is this being displayed? Men do not do this. Men only check if their point is being made.
[Edit] The behavior from women has only started in the last four months. By men and their point I mean their intentions, a nod of the head or a glare.