Why is it bad for a man to desire a very distinctly feminine body, to say they want a woman can run a household, a nurturing force, a "girly girl" who needs him to protect her etc. etc.
why is it bad for a woman to desire a man with a distinctly masculine body and appearance, to say they want a man who is a big provider (makes money,) is the leader, a protective force, a "man's man" who she feels safe with?
Don't you think a part of sexual attraction is in desire the traditional traits of the gender you're attracted to as you see them? As in, if I see blonde hair as feminine and I'm attracted to women it would make sense to be most attracted to blonde women? Am I missing something?
Most Helpful Girl
I don't see anything wrong with it. Everyone has different preferences. Some women just feel offended because maybe they're the type that wants to work and be independent, and be able to do things without having the support of a man. It does kind of make you feel powerful in a way, or like a strong woman.
What I do find strange however is the guys that complain about women living off the provider (him) as a housewife. And at the same time they complain about feminism (who try to make females independent and not live off the man's earnings).
Anyhow society is illogical and confused.
Personally I like manly guys who are protective and whom I feel safe with. But I would prefer not being a house wife simply because chores and household work is really not for me. 😅2
Most Helpful Guy
Feminists and MRAs have convinced men and women that gender roles are oppressive and that they should be completely destroyed, so they get offended when you encourage and say you like these things. Then there are those who just don't fit those descriptions so they get mad too.1