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This is a generalizing awnser to a generalizing question.
Sounds like they are the type that hang out with guys generally, which makes them more understandable because they are used to the way guys talk and that usually also means they are way easier to talk to. More open and forward. I like that.
And most girls are pretty without make-up as well. If they talk to me like any forward and friendly guy would then the respect they gain could easily turn over any minor imperfections they might have.20
I never usually talk like that. It just isn't my style even tho im sometimes a tomboy girl. I feel like so many people are using these terms and i know its common but it's just not my thing. It seems less lady like.0
Omg im a “bra” girl 😂 i used to wear the plaid shirts with spaghetti strap tanktops and skinny jeans with converse. And i often referred to em as “bra” or dude”. And i haaaate makeup13
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I'd say the girl I dated in high school was close to the idea of a ‘Bruh’ girl. Honestly I didn't mind it and wouldn't have an issue with being with another ‘Bruh’ girl. Simply because the relationship was without a lot of issues and drama that comes with a relationship. Also I dated a very high maintenance, fashion minded and very girly woman later in life. After experiencing a relationship with a woman that fit in both categories, I'd rather date a Bruh girl. Simply because it there was a lot less static and the relationship was a hell of a lot easier in general.10
I think this sounds like a laid back and chill, girl that hangs with the guys, then heck yeah!!!20
Yeah, kinda. It's practical and genuine. I think you can have that style and attitude and still be feminine. I like that it's real and projects confidence in one's femininity that they don't feel the need to try so hard. Not that every girl can pull that off, but for the ones that can? Hot.30
Like girls who like sensitive and caring guys.. There's something attractive about combining wanted features from both genders and not being so generic... Tomboys are more fun to hangout with and relate to i guess and they still have feminine side tho... but you managed to put three people i can't stand in that picture really 😂40
All three of the pictures you provided as examples are women I find attractive. So yes I do. A girl does not have to be ultra girly to be attractive.
In fact a girl that does guy things is going to be easier for me to talk to since we can easily have something in common.10
Eh its just another image girls project like rock chic, grunge girl, punk girl, gamer girl, girl next door, bi-sexual, tomboy, cool girl, car girl etc. Most of these girls are basically average women portraying themselves in a way they think makes them special and stand out thus making them attractive to men.21
So "literally every character played by Aubrey Plaza, including herself?"
They're also usually lesbians/pseudo-lesbians ("bi") like, 90% of the time, as well. Not feminine or graceful enough to be girly, not rational, stotic, or physically strong to be manly. Basically, a disappointment to everyone except lipstick lesbians finally glad they've found a "butch" to their "femme."
Nah, "Bruh girls" are lame AF.11
Why would I be into someone who is actively demonstrating that she doesn't want to be attractive to men? That is if that's the vibe I get. If I know a woman who is sometimes very feminine and other times looks like a lumberjack because she's actually doing carpentry work in her garage that's different.12
Probably the biggest turnoff for me in a woman is anything that makes her seem like she is trying to imitate a man. If I was gay I wouldn't be interested in her would I?
I'm attracted to feminine women who are happy to be women and not afraid to be different from men.34
I find it hard to answer this question because some of the girls that may be classified as bruh girls, are actually very feminine in private and actually have the abilities to understand guys much better.
I would not out these kind of thing into am "either" "or" too fast.0
"not very feminine, not a lot of make-up."
>Posts pictures of three girls who are slathered in make-up and have salon hair.
Yeah, I like REAL Tomboys, not the three little Hollywood blow-up dolls you posted.40
I don't think femininity is strictly related to clothes. Traditionally feminine traits also include things like kindness and sensitivity. If a woman has those traits, I couldn't give less of a crap about what kind of clothes she wears. If she's rude, cold or mean, then she could be the most asthetically feminine girl on the planet and I still wouldn't want to have anything to do with her.10
I don’t care if a woman says “bruh”. I care about her beauty, and who she is as a woman. Women don’t have to wear make up or do their nails etc, some women look way better than others without that stuff. If she is respectable, honest, and treats me good then sure I would be into her.12
I will say... as you insist to have my report on this. A feminine girl for me please, few athletic : if she can have some run with me. But I prefer a feminine girl...
the Tomgirl is not for me as I believe this kind of girl will start insulting me for no reason. Respect before love.0
“Bruh girls” are not a thing. It’s just called a tomboy. There are plenty of people who would be friends with and date tomboys.20
I like to always look like a girl. I like makeup and I like to dress up feminine. But sometimes, I like looking sporty.
And in terms or personality, I’m tomboyish than a complete tomboy23
So she says bruh... That's a deal breaker? Doesn't bother me. As long as she GAF about her appearance majority of the time, refers to me as her man, and not "bruh" at all times. A lot of things don't really bother me as long as there are no contests on who is the man or woman in the relationship.0
I like girls wearing jeans, tshirts, hoodies, ... and: NO makeup!50
Within a certain limit absolutely, i still want her to retain the fact that she's a girl not completely turn into a guy but a woman in a man's world is really attractive to me0
Exhibiting a relaxed personality in this style shouldn’t be criticized in a negative light, especially when it comes to guys who happen to like these kinds of ladies.0
Valkyrie doesn't count, she has a very pretty face and clearly wears makeup. The other two don't look that pleasant. I prefer raw beauty, but some women have given up entirely and that's not a good look. I only require two things of single women Mutual Faith and Mutual Attraction. I've experienced both, but still as of yet not together. Mutual Faith allows for friendship, mutual attraction for more. I have some female friends of various personalities as well as sisters. I have a sister that served in the military, more outgoing then others, but she found a husband from the Marines. There is a general femininity, but different women go different directions with it. Never met a flannel wearer, but from your suggestion they must exist. Personally the women I've attracted and been attracted to have been more soft spoken, artsy, and or technical. A recent one didn't wear much makeup, but tried to wear more around me. I was attracted to her regardless, she was more reserved. The last woman didn't wear much makeup either and was musical and studying neurology, she's a friend. If a woman shares faith she is automatically my friend, but whether that friendship builds depends on time, trust, and attraction. I've met some more grizzly women, but the feeling wasn't mutual. Though there is a certain appeal to a woman who can ward off pursuers, especially out of fear. I would find it comforting if someone were to try to attack her, she'd mess them up. However, supply a woman with a gun and that can happen anyways. So generally I don't attract these types, but can't oppose off arbitrary measures.