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And where does that put me?
I dress well, speak well, when I carried it was a.380 now I am looking at aI am looking at an umbrella. I drive a smart car, etc. I also have 43 years of martial arts, still work out, make swords.
You know most of that. Truth is I don't give two figs what anyone thinks, I do me for me. I have a great relationship with my wife and even if I was single I get how that game works... I'm not your typical "manly man," but I'm not a puss either... What do they call us, not Alpha not Beta maybe Gama or Delta lol... or just guys who refuse to play the stupid game...0
@WowwGirl careful, you're going to get flamed because you happen to love masculine men.11
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If he is monogamous and a good person probably. Most men as they age mellow anyway so I don't see really the difference. I just read recently that bi men tend to rate better as partners and dads. Again for me it is if the man can be monogamous and is kind and easy going so there isn't much drama.0
How feminine are we talking about?0
Being feminine myself, I always want my guys to be my opposite in all things except the fact that we love each other and that we share common beliefs and hopes for our futures. So, not to be offensive to anyone, but honestly I don't think I would date a feminine guy as it kind of creeps me out when I see guys that act like girls. I like guys that are real GUYS, if you know what I mean. If they want to be girly then they can be my friends, as all of the girls I know are. But if he wants to be my boyfriend... then he'd better "man up."20
Hmm, well, naturally, I am more masculine (energy-wise). I am more attracted to masculine men; however, I would be more compatible with a feminine (energy-wise) man. Being feminine doesn’t necessarily mean a man dressing, or acting, like a woman. If you are referring to a man that dresses, speaks, acts feminine (trying to mimic a female), then I will take a pass. Not really into that. However, if you are referring to a guy that is feminine (personality/energy-wise) then maybe, yeah! Never have dated a “feminine” man, but I have friends with a few. We get along great!0
I am already, there's nothing wrong with a feminine man just like there's no big deal about manly men, neither of them are better than the other. They're both good in there own ways besides I've just always had more in common with feminine men then masculine men10
Oh hell no I have a friend who dated a guy I guess they call metro sexual all did up. It just another example of a confused person I couldn’t even talk to him. My friend ended up dumping him after the first time they had sex 😂 She said it was pathetic I figured I think if I was going to lean that way might as well just make it a girl 😂0
Haha, I actually thought of that video with Sal playing "sensitive guy" for the student as soon as I read your question, even before seeing that you posted it. I will never say never, I am open to the person that truly pulls at my heart strings even if they aren't my usual type.0
Wouldn't date someone who is very feminine or effeminate but having some feminine characteristics or being a bit softer than the usual guy doesn't sound like that big of a deal unless those 'some' feminine traits include things like gossiping and being dramatic. I am saying that specifically because I personally know a few men like that in my life and they are annoying as heck.0
I am not sure where to stand here... the correct answer is, hell no, why would a guy want to be feminine! Next question! Easy!
But I am a sensitive guy, puke, blah, hard pass...
I know, but that's what I am 😞10
I'm no feminist, but i am a soft guy. Maybe a push-over to a large degree. Sometimes i'll think to myself, on some days, if i was still my personality but i hit the gym or i was in excellent shape, the ladies would always be wanting my attention. So you know; if the guy is built, he can be emotional as, and still get the ladies :)
That lucky guy haha0
Feminine guys are great. Just means fewer dudes in my competition.11
I don't date guys! I certainly would date a feminine woman! 😆😆😆21
'feminine' is simply stereotypes. Men cry sometimes, I am fine with that. I am not into cross dressers as I see it as a fetish. Women aren't a costume.10
I would. There lits of reasons why some guys are more femanem
My best friend is feminish he was raised by a single mom an four sisters. My little brother is also a little femanem bc are dad walked out when he was five an he was pretty much raised by mom an I.10
Let's just correct the fact you think a man crying makes them feminine. That's some toxic stereotyping there.10
Absolutely, I think the most important thing for the type of guy I look for is that they are confident in being themselves and just dont try to become thing to please others so I wouldn't say I only like feminine guys or masculine guys , I just like a guy who can be respectful, caring and level minded0
I personally wouldn't date a feminine guy but depends on how your defining feminine qualities in a guy I don't think that someone who can show they can cry is femme exspecially with all the stigma around it. I think men that can show how they feel are very strong and masculine but if it's about how they look feminine I probably wouldn't but that's just because I'm attracted to more muscular men and tattoos0
I feel like I’m going to be an extinct type of man when I pass away, all this wear a dress and high heels and feminine men, is crazy.10
I am not a feminine man...
I have a beard , scars , busted up body from years past I love the second amendment, i have military and law enforcement service under my belt...10
Personally no. I’m definitely drawn to more masculine men. But that doesn’t mean id judge feminine guys negatively. I just think each to their own & live and let live.0
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Physically? Or personality wise? There are a lot of negative traits we associate with femininity. Things like being overtly emotional, super sensitive, delicate and fearful. I wouldn’t find those traits attractive in a man, and yet I wouldn’t expect a man to find those traits attractive in me either. There are other designated feminine traits, like compassion, empathy and the possession of an even temperament, that I would find attractive in a man.
In terms of his appearance, being slight and short and having delicate features wouldn’t be a particular turn on, but neither would it be a turn off if he had the right personality alongside it.
The most important “manly” features I would want a man to possess would be confidence and courage of conviction. Anything else is unnecessary.