People have become infatuated with a random man on TikTok called Kevin who has apparently "mastered" the female gaze \u2013 and unintentionally started a trend in the process. Most people have heard about the "male gaze," when a heterosexual man stares at an objectified woman in a sexualised way \u2013 frequently seen in films and ads. But now Kevin, who goes by the TikTok username @strangek3vin has apparently mastered the female maze, and viewers are going wild. Kevin became an overnight sensation with his first video racking up 22 million views. It shows Kevin nervously lip-syncing to Justin Bieber's 'Boyfriend' before switching to being confident. He has built an impressive following of over 3 million, along with an army of fans obsessed with his unique clips. "Not even my type but I\u2019m feeling it," one TikToker confessed, while another added: "As a gay men... I get it... honestly... can't say what it is but I get it.""The confidence with the eye contact and glance at the lips," a third said.Sign up to our free Indy100 weekly newsletter[tiktok_embed https://www.tiktok.com/@strangek3vin/video/7166290864820555050 expand=1 site_id=24473854 embed_desktop_width=605 embed_desktop_height=150 embed_mobile_width=375 embed_mobile_height=150]Another user suggested that confidence is key, writing: "This is a perfect example of how mannerisms and confidence are everryytthhiinng"."It\u2019s the jaw clench too omfggg he\u2019s not even my type but I got nervous," another said. Apparently, there's more to why women are swooning than meets the eye, and it could be down to science. [tiktok_embed https://www.tiktok.com/@starsinmyeeyes33/video/7166464591680195886 expand=1 site_id=24473854 embed_desktop_width=605 embed_desktop_height=150 embed_mobile_width=375 embed_mobile_height=150]According to an interview posted by TikToker @ohcanadacreative, the female gaze is the female perspective in filmmaking and popular culture. "It\u2019s about emotional intelligence, social interactions and treating each character with respect. When characters are desired by one another they\u2019re not treated as sexual objects."Have your say in our news democracy. Click the upvote icon at the top of the page to help raise this article through the indy100 rankings.