Women prefer more "feminine" features as opposed to "masculine"?

Is it possible that SHH could sticky a freaking acronym dictionary in its forums? :csad: ......you know, for us old dudes who actually speak in full sentences :huh:
LOL, I know what you mean. :D

FTW= For The Win.
 
Squinty is a sign of manly. Big eyes just make you look like an anime character. Like about to go emo at any moment.

Well not that big of eyes terry! :oldrazz: Just where the guy looks fully awake and I can see the color of his eyes, not all squinting even when there's no sun :csad:
 
It's interesting, because while I would never say I liked men with feminine features, I looked at the little picture comparison of photoshopped faces to show the "feminine" vs "masculine" features, and I did prefer the "feminine." It was something I wouldn't even consider feminine....the guy's eyes were just slightly bigger instead of looking all squinty, and his nose wasn't as bulbous.

squinty eyes are better for fighting because they are less likely to be blinded, and the bulbous nose is less likely to break.
 
NOt that I look like that or condone violence. I was just explaining the evolutionary causes.
 
I remember when Jesse McCartney came out.
Man, girls went crazy over him. Personally, I thought he looked like a b!tch. :o
 
I don't know that you can feminize someone unless you A) dress them like a girl or B) cut off their penis. Everyone has "manly" and "not so manly" things they do. Even John Wayne had to make sure his hair looked nice and his pants and shirt matched before he went out for a night on the town.
 
Real men don't wear matching clothes. You wear a t-shirt with a logo and some jeans. That's it. :o
 
I think when girls are from age 8-16 they like sissy boys. When they get to about age 18, their taste starts to slowly merge over to guys that actually look like guys and not asexual squeaky voice teens. It all ends up to wanting someone like daddy, or the daddy that wasn't there. :csad:
 
Ew, wasn't he like, 12?

I think he was 17.
If I were him and I was his age, I'd get that facial hair growing in so males could actually take me seriously.

I think when girls are from age 8-16 they like sissy boys. When they get to about age 18, their taste starts to slowly merge over to guys that actually look like guys and not asexual squeaky voice teens. It all ends up to wanting someone like daddy, or the daddy that wasn't there. :csad:

Yeah man.
These teenage girls just want these guys looking like the one dude from Fall Out Boy, or all of these guys wearing girl pants, size 0 shirts, and make-up (only KISS could get away with that, and it was only a gimmick). Shyit, come a few years from now, they're going to want somebody who looks like Hugh Jackman.

That shift is so drastic/extreme, it's like sliding down Mount Everest. :o
 
Um, their definition of what is 'masculine' and 'feminine' features is messed up. :dry: But anyway, I want to be the girl in a relationship. I like men who look like men.
 
That "study" is bulls**t. Women prefer money and big richards. In that order.
 
That "study" is bulls**t. Women prefer money and big richards. In that order.
Not really. It's been my experience that the only thing attached to abig dick is a big A-hole. :o
 
I like muscles... I don't like long hair on guys... I like facial hair on men...
Strange thing about me is that I like beefy guys for some reason...:dry:

What's this about squinty eyes?:confused:
 
Long hair isn't exactly feminine. I don't cut mine, because it would tamper with my Samson-like powers.
 
Not really. It's been my experience that the only thing attached to abig dick is a big A-hole. :o

So I guess it's no coincidence that women like A-holes...
 
I like either. Men with petite features (Hayden Christensen, for example), and man with slightly bigger noses and jaws (Roy Dupuis), or in between (Gerry Butler).

It really comes down to the eyes. If men have sexy eyes, that's everything.
 

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