[...] but maybe I'm picture [/picturing] it all wrong.
My mental image is like a big mama working at the homeless shelter and giving everyone hugs and soup -- not exactly the most attractive image to my personally.
lol I thought all women are nurturing ( except the bitches ).
@realperson02 This' why I'm asking because in our contemporary with feminism and social gender transformations not every woman is a nurturing person.
@realperson02 Exactly, but is there such a difference between "Nurturing Women" and ordinary women?
@Asker But WHAT does a "Nurturing Woman" look like?
asker I appreciate that you are asking this due to today's feminist world. it's true that women are losing their femininity just like men are losing masculinity. but I guess why wouldn't a nurturing quality in a women will not be appreciated by a man.
@kaylene I guess she wants to say that is nurturing women better than sluts and bitches who don't care for their loved ones ( I am just guessing )
@realperson02 I guess all we can do is wait for the OP to explain precisely and categorically just HOW a "Nurturing Woman" looks different to any other woman.
@kaylene even i am curious too. because nurturing is an innate quality which most women have. Let's see how the question asker makes it clear for us to understand this
@realperson02 I do fear though that we might just be in for an extremely long wait.
hahaha let's move on then 😂😂😂
@realperson02 Indeed we should.
There is no such thing as a look, perhaps nurturing ways of being. For instance, being caring, gentle, respectful, insightful and sensible treating people.
asker I guess that is an innate quality of women. however, nowadays there are very less women actually doing that.in conclusion, it is an attractive quality and it makes a women more feminine and desirable.
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Thanks for asking. Perhaps nurturing ways of being. For instance, being caring, gentle, respectful, insightful and sensible treating people.
so it s about character not looks.and of course I find those qualities good for both genders
Thanks for asking. I've clarified the term. I'm referring more in the nurturing ways of being. For instance, being caring, gentle, respectful, insightful and sensible treating people.
Those are good traits of course but "attraction" more has to do with visuals usually. If she isn't attractive to me her traits don't make up for it.