I'm a teenage guy and this is how I dress/act
-always wearing skinny jeans (not skin tight,but tighter than most guys)
- Usually wear a metal/hardcore shirt or a skate shirt
-Wear High Skate Shoes (Skytops)
-Have medium brown hair- which I straighten (doesn't always look the sexiest, but I put effort into it)
-Not a lot of acne
-Act like a punk (I don't care what you think, disrespecting authority)
- NOT goth- never wear all black
- Wear a stud belt
-Skateboard and Bike a lot0 extreme sports
-Listen to hardcore music a lot
Is this attractive to some girls?
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These will attract 'emo' girls. That means, insecure, needy, suicidal, trendy, or a combination of them all.
If you want these girls, step right up.
But the girls who have had troubled pasts and have been strong enough to push past them without cutting or dressing in black all the time will not be in the group attracted to you. If they aren't emotionally wrecked and still dress/act like this they are probably trendy 'scene' girls who need to hide behind makeup and hairspray. I'm not saying this is everyone, but it's most of them.
Skytops are ugly, btw
Acting 'punk' just gets you into trouble and ruins any chance of getting a good job or going to a good college. Don't disrespect authority, oppose those who are corrupt. Not all authority is bad. Get that through your punk ass head.
Have you noticed that people 30+ don't dress like this? It's because they grow up and realize that not everyone is out to get them. The 'government' is not conspiring against you because you're insignificant, they don't know you exist. You're just another tally in the death/birth rate. I would be more open minded if I were you, you obviously really buy into stereotypes. It's unhealthy and this is how 'cliques' form.
Please don't straighten your hair. Please. It's a warning factor for girls to immediately know that you have feminine tendencies.
I haven't met a lot of guys who can pull off skinny jeans.. but if you can, go right ahead I suppose.
This is coming from someone who has a large group of 'skater' friends. I'm not being prejudiced, just honest. Best of luck.1