I definitely don't think that I am ugly in a conventional sense, but at the same time I feel unnoticable and like the kind of guy that girls don't want because unlike all my friends and peers, I am the only one that has never even had a kiss... I'm a pretty social guy that makes friends pretty easily, so I find it super weird that no girl has ever shown any sign of interest. I am admittedly a bit shy, but I'm not creepy or totally awkward. I don't have an annoying or high-pitched voice, I don't smell bad, and I am not super short (I am 5'8"). So there isn't much left to think that is offputting other than my looks. I actually tried several dating websites in recent time and had no luck whatsoever.
Are my standards maybe too high? Currently, my standards are not extremely high, but definitely not low either. I am admittedly not into overweight girls, it's just not my thing. I tend to find quite a lot of girls cute or pretty. I like girls that I find cute, but not necessarily drop dead gorgeous. I guess I like girls that are a bit above average, but not supermodels. I would be too shy to ask a supermodel out anyways.. I would say I usually aim for about a 7/10.
This is me: https://imgur.com/a/PJli7
I have posted on another website in something called a "rate thread" in which people would rate each other's level of attractiveness on a scale of 1-10. I had a lot of really negative feedback from the female posters. Instead of just passing it off as shallow girls, I was very shocked because overall, they were finding a lot of the guys attractive. Like they would find both the boyish or more feminine looking guys attractive as well as the masculine ones. They would also find many guys attractive regardless of race, so I was really weirded out that they rated me so low. I would also receive some terrible comments like "down syndrome/10" or "Do you have Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?"
I'm just looking for some totally honest feedback, preferably from the opposite sex. Thanks
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You've been going far above and beyond in your search for peer approval. I don't even know how many times I've seen you post questions such as this, sufficed to say, more then 10 times. No matter what responses you receive you've proven to yourself time and time again, it will never quench your thirst.
Physically you do not overreach, but emotionally, you do, and this isn't my opinion, it's yours. Anything beyond yourself is unobtainable for the time being.
You need to overcome this deeply rooted desire for validation. I don't know how someone such as yourself goes about achieving this, but I do know all things first start with a realization.
Recognize that you have a problem.
p. s. this is my honesty opinion and feedback to your question.0