I honestly don't understand why so many guys consider glasses on a girl sexy. My ex had told me that wearing glasses would make me sexier and that kind of made me cringe a little bit. I had started wearing glasses at the age of 3 and then stopped later on. I had worn glasses because I actually had bad eyesight which is a real disability. It's just kind of odd to see people wearing glasses when they don't actually need them. I'm not judging anyone who wears glasses just for looks. I just really want to know the reason why many people find glasses to be sexy.
Sorry if i offend anyone, but i think the whole hot girl with glasses is generally associated with p*rn . You know the whole one minute she's the smart quiet librarian... then she lets down her hair, rips the glasses and her clothes off and she's up for anything p*rn characterization. I think it's predominantly a sign that that dude watches a lot of p*rn . Or he just thinks the girl is cute and will compliment the most obvious thing she's wearing, in the hopes that she'll be flattered and like him. Version b) is definitely the more sincere and pg version, but I'm guessing option a) is the more likely.
What gives me the shits: Knowing certain girls from school that would go around teasing anybody that wore glasses calling them nerds etc. then seeing them 10 years later on Facebook wearing glasses when they don't need them and tagging #nerdlife just for the likes, just to look cute or sexy. Nothing is more unattractive than that: insta delete from me.
Here comes my unpopular opinion. Will probs get a lot of hate for this, but I don't really care.
I don't find glasses attractive on anybody. Sure, if you pick a nice pair of glasses you can still look good. However, I still think anyone looks way better without them. I switched from glasses to contacts at the age of 12, just because it made me more confident about my looks.
Maybe because geeky girls are attractive to some fellas, in the way Lois lane, and wonder woman are appealing. Also I think that specks convey a sense of helplesness, which taps directly onto the males protective instinct