(Part of a personal study) Ladies, what do you like in a guy?
Pixie Asked: (Part of a personal study) Ladies, what do you like in a guy?
Ladies, what qualities do you look for in a guy?
1. Looks (Please don't say that looks don't matter, they do to an extent and for this question please just tell me what physical features/qualities that you think look good on guys for you.)
a. Is there a particular eye colour that you prefer on men?
b. Is there a certain height that you like on guys?
c. Is there any particular body type that you find attractive on men? (Fat, thin, muscular, lean with only some muscles etc.)
d. What hair colour and hair style do you like guys to have? (Long, short, shaggy, neat and tidy etc.)
e. Are there any particular facial features that you think look nice on men? (Long noise, big lips, nice smile, good teeth etc.)
f. Do you like any piercings or tattoos guys?
g. Do you like any facial hair on guys?
h. What do you think of body hair? And hair down below? (Natural, trimmed or waxed?)
i. Do you like guys who wear glasses?
j. Is there a certain race that you are attracted to?
k. Any thing extra that you can think of you think look physically good on guys?
2. Style (Clothes, shoes and accessories that you've noticed look good on guys. Is there also any particular brand that you think looks good? Such as Vans, Converse etc.)
3. Personality (The most important one. What personal qualities do you look for in a man? Are there certain interests that you want them to have? Do you want them to have a specific religion? Do you like any particular accents?)
4. Is there anything that would put you off a man? (Things that you could just not deal with such as a certain personality trait like being arrogant or a physical problem such as acne?)
This is for my survey of the 'perfect man'. No such thing really exists but if you could create one then please tell me the specification that you would pick. Just tell me what your dream man would be like particularly with the 4 points that I have written above. Could you please also write it in the numbered format like the one above to make it more clear
To help with the survey could you please specify these things at the beginning of your post:
1. Your age
2. If you're in full/part time education (Please specify what type of education you are in, such as University or Studying A Levels etc.) or if you're NOT doing full/part time education (If so please state what you are doing at the moment, such as working or seeking employment etc.)
3. Your Race
4. Your Nationality
(I'm trying to see if there are any age/cultural differences in the answers.)
Thank you for helping
1) Hard to say. For example, I find Matthew Gray Gubler, Shemar Moore, Saotome Taichi, and Darren Criss to be super-attractive (if you don't know who they are hop onto Google…though lots of the Taichi pictures on Google Image search are outdated by 5 or more years by now). For me it's more a matter of whether or not a particular person's features mesh together well than of saying "I like X eye color" or "I like men to have Y type of hair." That said, I do tend to prefer Japanese or Korean men who would best be described as pretty, beautiful, or androgynous rather than handsome or particularly masculine.
2) Again, I like a lot of different styles on guys, and it depends on the guy. What looks amazing on one guy will look awful on another. That said, I prefer a guy who clearly cares about his appearance and takes time to look good, in terms of keeping his clothes neat and clean and keeping up with personal grooming. This is especially true for guys who expect women to put a lot of effort into their looks — if you aren't willing to work on yourself to the same extent that you expect of other people, then you're pretty hypocritical (note that I personally don't think that anyone has an obligation to maintain a certain weight and that not being thin does NOT mean you don't "take care of yourself" or that you have "let yourself go." Things like not bathing and wearing ratty clothes indicate those things for me.)
3) I prefer an intelligent and well-educated man with a sense of humor and some good goals and ambitions for his life. Ideally we would have a similar level of education. We need to share certain political views. We need to have the same views on the things I consider to be total deal-breakers in a relationship, like whether or not to have kids someday. Given the state of the economy I don't necessarily expect a guy to have a job, but I do expect a jobless guy to be trying to change that. Sitting around on your bum in your parents' basement and playing video games all day is not attractive to me. If we're doing online dating, I expect some kind of proof that any guy emailing me actually read my profile.
4) I have kind of already mentioned some of them I guess…being hypocritical is a huge turn-off. Lack of basic hygiene is also a turn-off. I'm turned off by a lack of intellectual curiosity. Obsession with appearance bothers me, especially when it means ruling out a potential date just because she doesn't look perfect. I wouldn't be interested in someone whose politics were wildly different from mine, especially on important issues like feminism and women's rights, and I wouldn't be interested in someone whose views on my deal-breakers were wildly different from my own either. I am very rarely turned off based solely on appearance, but it does happen.
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