Nope, I've had a huge crush before on a girl who was definitely not very girly. I've also had a meh crush on someone who was girly awhile back.
I'm not going to turn down a potentially good match because of something like society telling me what a girl "should be." I like who I like, and that's about it. A girl being girly or not is neither a turn on or turn off for me. It is just... There. 😅
Not really "reject" in that sense. I crushed on this guy for some time, he's really good looking, he works out a lot, and does manly things. However my friends were asking me if he's bi or gay I asked why, and they told me his movements were kind of feminine. And after that I realised it really was, and I couldn't stop getting turned off by his feminine movements 😂 And so in the end I just stopped liking him after a while... I couldn't help it. We're really good friends now anyway so its all fine ahah.
Doesn't matter to me. I just can't stand guys that act like lost puppies. That no matter how many times you tell them it's fine and comfort them. They still act like the world is going to end and everything. Then repeating yourself on comforting them over a billion times. You end up reacting your limit and say fuck it.
Don't know.. all the guys I've been with were quite manly (they were into kickboxing, boxing, racing, etc...). So, I don't exactly know if I would reject someone who's not manly enough. I do prefer tough guys, so..
I equate being manly with being self confident. If a man is confident about himself and doesn't feel the need to prove anything to other people then that's the ultimate turn on for me. For example if a guy is very short and constantly expresses his insecurities about it then that's a deal breaker for me. Confidence is key to me..
My FIRST criteria to lose interest in girl. is when I find ANYTHING unfeminine about her. My criteria is almost to the level of being unrealistic but I see 100's of girls everyday who do fulfil that criteria. So yeah, I WOULD lose interest.