I don't frequently wear saree. For me, saree is the most glamorous dress, which reveals some parts of your body, which is otherwise covered with modern cloths. Also, saree showcases your body shape, unlike in other casual dresses. Yet, saree is the formal office attire in my country, so we are required to wear a saree for any formal meetings with the government authorities. Today, I wore a saree, since I was suppose to meet the highest district authority. Honestly, I wasn't that familiar or comfortable with a saree. Without my knowledge my hands would try to shape and re-shape the saree by thinking it has messed up somewhere. Today, I would have done the same too. I don't know. But to my surprise a young man, who is happened to be my new direct supervisor has apologized to me repeatedly saying he has some sight issues since the past few hours due to pressure in his eyes. So, his vision is complex; that's why he stared at me. He went on to say that he did not intend to make me uncomfortable by staring like this, but his vision is to be blamed. He further explained as to how his vision problems started a few years back, and how he believed it was all treated until this morning when it returned all over again. He has also asked me to keep this confidential and believe that his intention wasn't wrong. I was clueless, as I did not notice his staring, nor I felt uncomfortable for it. I don't even remember showing discomforts that publicly. But he said that he felt further uncomfortable by looking at how I was feeling uncomfortable due to his staring. Thus apologizing. Feeling very much confused, and do not know how to react. In fact, his apology made me uncomfortable for that unknown body language of mine (if it was true), which I guess due to the saree.