do guys really care if you have extra baggage or stuff like stretch marks or cellulite? Does it really matter to a guy? no one is perfect I know that but I'm just curious how guys really feel about a woman's body.
We dont, granted some guys may have strict guidelines but most don't care because we do understood no one is perfect and neither are we. If we love or care about the girl and we say "your perfect as is" we mean it, we don't care if you have veins showing or baggage or anything, if they really care and say you look great, stop worrying so much because your only going to annoy us then :D
Every guy has a different set of preferences. While one guy may see your blemishes, cellulite, weight, freckles, dimples, body hair, etc. as imperfections, another guy might be driven wild by them. Imperfections are relative and confidence goes a long way. If you are comfortable with your body and learn to feel sexy and beautiful, there are going to be guys out there who agree with you.
At first yes it matters a lot, but once you get use to her you just accept it. That's how it works. He is not going to verbalize it because he may not want to hurt your feelings, and after a while when he gets use to it he will forget about it, so don't worry. No body is going to remind him either because everyone knows that you should not speak bad about your friend's girlfriend and if someone speaks up, he will probably break relationships with this person for being a douche, so you are safe there. The only one that can remind him is you and he will deny it, but if you insist and insist he is going to get tire. So what you need to do is not talk with him about it much once he is past the first stages of acceptance.
I remember I had a fat girlfriend and I use to travel, I was away for 3 months and we only got in touch by phone, I liked her, I never cheated on her, every time I went back home I knew I had to kiss her, and I was gross out, but then I remember how many times I done it it in the pass. So I forced myself to kiss her more and longer so I can get use to it fast, in about two days I was back in liking her a lot.
Yes - they do...when they are younger and more concerned about what their peers think of their girlfirends - then they are sensitive to how a women looks and by extension - how she makes him look. As men get older - they'd still like a women to care about herself and be healthy - but a little extra cushion doesn't appear to make a man walk away from a women at first sight. At least if he's grown and matured and isn't shallow.
The more shallow and snestive to what others think of him the more he'll be and remain concerned with how a women makes him look.