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Some physical traits are important to me, others aren't important at all.Weight, height, hair length and body proportions have to fit my preferences.But facial appearance and things like eye/hair color are largely inconsequential to me, or at least, it has never been a factor in me dismissing someone as a potential partner.
Somewhat, after all she can be the most beautiful girl in the world but if we don't click our relatioship would be miserable.
Important, but not critical if that makes sense.A person that looks good can still have a crappy personality, which instantly turns me off. Whereas I've met guys that aren't much to look at? Yet are so sweet and charming- so I'm still intrigued enough to give them a chance.
It is somewhat important but everyone gets old so you got to have a personality to fall back on. I think most women dont know this
I put "very important" but I am weird here. To me, "looks" and "personality" are genuinely a blur. I can't tell the difference always.It's like I use various types of "data" to try to piece together the puzzle pieces to try to get some impression of a woman's personality. Some of that includes what she says (verbal data) but also her sense of style, her overall body language, mannerisms, facial expressions, etc (visual data). Also even auditory data like the sound of her voice.I use all of it to try to piece together a woman's personality. Yet it's not like it was ever important to me that she has an hourglass figure or anything like that. While I do prefer a woman to look to be in decent health, it's not the most superficial qualities that draw me most to a woman. It's more the type of qualities that show through visually that reveal aspects of her personality. I like a woman who is cheerful and smiles often, for example, with an emotive face and voice that aids in communication to help me get a better impression of what she's feeling at all times.
I do consider what a woman "communicates" to me visually to be just as important as what she communicates to me verbally. So I'd consider it "very important".
What isn't important to me though is that say I become attracted to a woman through a combination of all this data (visual, auditory, verbal, etc). It's not important to me at that point that her looks will change with age, because the looks served more as a function to help me deduce her personality, and her personality is unlikely to change too much over the years.
So I consider what is communicated to me visually extremely important, but perhaps not in a way that's so "shallow/superficial".
I would, however, probably overlook the finer points of a woman who is poker-faced, for example, and hardly ever smiles or laughs, even if there's a lot going on in her brain. Perhaps that is a bit on the shallow side but to me, it's functionally crippling as far as communication if I can never tell what she's feeling. I'm not a mind reader so it does help me when a girl is more expressive and gives me more visual cues with her body language to assist in understanding each other.
If I could actually read minds, I'd probably find looks considerably less important. :-D
It’s somewhat important. They don’t have to be a model but I have to find them attractive
Not very important too me. The attraction wears of after a few months so personality is far more important
In some ways it is important I don't want to date a men with dreadlocks and with his teeth missing
Not important to me
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