Once again and as usual, you're wrong.Your self admitted voyeurism certainly fits the description of a staker.
Check out NC Generl Statutes.
§ 14‑277.3.� ; Stalking.
(a)�� ��&# 65533;� Offense. � A person commits the offense of stalking if the person willfully on more than one occasion follows or is in the presence of, or otherwise harasses, another person without legal purpose and with the intent to do any of the following:
(1)�� ��&# 65533;� Place that person in reasonable fear either for the person's safety or the safety of the person's immediate family or close personal associates.
(2)�� ��&# 65533;� Cause that person to suffer substantial emotional distress by placing that person in fear of death, bodily injury, or continued harassment, and that in fact causes that person substantial emotional distress.
(b)�� ��&# 65533;� Classification. � A violation of this section is a Class A1 misdemeanor. A person convicted of a Class A1 misdemeanor under this section, who is sentenced to a community punishment, shall be placed on supervised probation in addition to any other punishment imposed by the court. A person who commits the offense of stalking when there is a court order in effect prohibiting similar behavior by that person is guilty of a Class H felony. A person who commits the offense of stalking after having been previously convicted of a stalking offense is guilty of a Class F felony.
(c)�� ��&# 65533;� Definition. � For the purposes of this section, the term "harasses" or "harassment" means knowing conduct, including written or printed communication or transmission, telephone or cellular or other wireless telephonic communication, facsimile transmission, pager messages or transmissions, answering machine or voice mail messages or transmissions, and electronic mail messages or other computerized or electronic transmissions, directed at a specific person that torments, terrorizes, or terrifies that person and that serves no legitimate purpose.(1991 (Reg. Sess., 1992), c. 804, s. 1; 1993, c. 539, s. 173; 1994, Ex. Sess., c. 24, s. 14(c); 1997‑306, s. 1; 2001‑518, s. 1; 2003‑181, s. 1.)