How much does a man's weight factor into his attractiveness?
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I don't really notice a guy's weight too much. It's more like I notice his body (no numbers or a comparison of any numbers). If it looks good, I'd say he's attractive. Now, "good" is totally relative. For me, it's really in the broad shoulders aspect. This is instant attraction though.
Girls can become more attracted to a guy as they get to know him (not just his physical appearance, though that implies a lot about the guy himself--how he dresses, his style, his hygiene, etc.--so physicality could eliminate the guy from this possibility, but only if he hasn't taken control over anything he can actually control, like the things I mentioned). I have found that I get very attracted to guys based on their humor, sarcasm, interests, social/emotional/academic intelligence, etc. So, basically attraction depends on a whole range of things: things that the guy can change about himself and things he can't easily change. The appearance of the body is situated in between these two categories. Half of the factors related to the body are things that can be improved upon easily; the other half can't be or take time to be. Weight can be categorized depending on the guy. If a large guy dresses well, smells nice, and is nice, I won't think about his weight as an obstacle to his attractiveness. If he doesn't, I would consider it more.0