The right thing would be to tell him you noticed these emails, tell him how you feel about it, and pay careful attention to the way he reacts -- body language, emotions, words -- and run it through the filter of what you know about him already.
Then you decide whether this is something, and he is someone, you need to worry about.
There are just too many possible explanations for what you saw.
At first, he replied that he has a couple of times, and then when I was unsure whether he was being honest, I asked again and he then said a couple of times a week.
He said that he only looks at it to use the function where he can look through it and he can click on “yes” or “no” (i.e. He says that he always clicks on “no” even if they’re good looking.
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Put it this way: I don’t go to Amazon to browse books. There IS a temptation, for both men and women, to try to continually “trade up”.