Since I know women feel like they need to be perfect (because of the media, celebrities, bla bla bla), do you, as guys, ever feel that way?
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AND - do you feel like you are under more or less pressure than women (regarding this topic)?
Just posted some male celebrities...typical examples of Hollywood foxiness...
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Yeah at times. For me in particular I always feel like I'm chasing rainbows when it comes to making an attempt to be more appealing to girls. I was never one for getting into fads, dressing for girls, going to the gym for girls, or that general attitude that young guys have where girls are their sole priority lol. Lately, I've been making an effort to present myself better to people in general while still doing what I like.
My biggest "flaw" is that my facial hair growth is light- similar to how Hispanic men grow facial hair, that's me (minus the Hispanic part). So I can never get that sought after "stubble look", which is unfortunate but alright.
I workout for me, but have been dressing to show it off a little more as a side effect. Girls like slim guys...no they like toned guys...no they like a guy that looks like he can take care of himself and her easily...no they like skinny guys...no, they can like any guy for his personality. I don't know what's the deal with all that, so I don't really know what "standard" seems to be encompassing enough.
Girls like tall guys. Well I'm 5'10" which is taller than most girls out there...but then there are plenty of taller guys than me. It's the average height of US males, but something tells me the ACTUAL average is closer to 6 foot, because I see a lot of them.
Hair styles- I keep mine tight and clean because that's how I like it and how it's most comfortable. Girls seem to like the messy hair look, which I don't think I'm willing to grow my hair out for.
I'm not nearly as suave and charming as Hollywood guys seem to be, though they understandably get more practice at it. I'm charming about half the time which feels great, but I can't help but feel kind of drab in comparison.
I'm more introverted than extroverted. Even introvert celebs make it work for them, but they also have more going for them.
And as for comparing it to women, I honestly can't answer that because I don't know what it's like.2