If your girlfriend or boyfriend were unattractive, would you feel embarrassed to be seen with them?
This isn't a question on morals or how you shouldn't feel embarrassed. Answer completely honestly -- even if you chose to ignore your embarrassment, would you feel it at least a tiny bit, at least at the beginning?
Most Helpful Guy
I was married to a girl who was cute and fit when we got together. We went everywhere together. She ended up getting fat and ugly. I wouldn't be seen in public with her if I could help it and when we did go out anywhere I pretended she was just my roommate. I finally divorced the pig and now I am dating a girl with one of the hottest bodies and most attractive faces I have seen. I used to cheat on the ex and I couldn't imagine cheating on the girl I am with now0
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Most Helpful Girl
I can't see myself choosing to date someone who I think would be so unattractive to the point that I'd be concerned about others seeing us together, or knowing we're an item.
Deny it all you want, but a big part of who you are interested in dating is based on physical appearance. Sure, a good personality is important as well but if that's all they're giving you, wouldn't that just make them a friend?
If I felt embarrassed about being seen with a guy, I wouldn't become any more than friends with him. I've never had that sort of experience. The most similar I've had was going out with my boyfriend who's a little shorter than me when we first got together. I always worried others would look at us weird for that reason, or more so that older Asian individuals would disapprove of him being with a white girl. In any case, I got over that. Now, if I think someone is giving us a weird look for whatever reason, it's more like a 'fuck yeah I'm with him.'1