I personally think that piercings (anything not on the ear lobes) are not attractive. I also don't like tattoos nor dyed/fake hair or eyebrows. I just think that it's trashy, self-mutilating, and is un-professional. Thus, I don't really find women with these features to be attractive. I might be okay with maybe a belly button piecing or a couple extra on the ears, and I might be okay with a small memorial tattoo that's easily hidden, but that's about it. However, when I voice this preference I almost get attacked but flame-tipped arrows for it. It seems that people (women mostly) find a preference for clean women to be misogynistic, rude, shallow, etc. as though I'm supposed to like it by default. I also always get the "Not all women with tatts/piercings are trashy" person who speaks the truth but completely misses the point. I have found plenty of women who fit my preference (my ex and some crushes being a few) since they're the majority. Why is it considered wrong to not like women with these things?
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It shouldn't be. There's nothing wrong with having a preference. Don't let others tell you otherwise.1