When Jesus visited the Nephites, one of the things he said was the following:
Whosoever looketh on a woman, to lust after her, hath committed adultery already in his heart. (3 Ne 12:28)
Obviously this means more than simply looking at a woman, but what specifically does it mean? Is there more to this scripture than simply saying that adultery goes beyond simply as a married person having sex with someone other than his spouse? If so, what constitutes looking at a woman lustfully? Does looking at a woman and thinking she has nice legs constitute lust? Can a man look at a woman’s body on purpose without the thought of having sex with her and still be lusting after her?