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Posted 6/30/11


Thank you, that is all.
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Posted 6/30/11

magicuser360 wrote:


zerokill wrote:

Well, once the testosterone levels are high enough the masculine features should come in. Though most of the causes is probably genetic or the social perception of what is masculine or not. See my idea of masculine:

Epic mustache=extremely manly
somewhat epic mustache=meh still more manly than usual
A dirty stash=too manly
no stash=normal guy
rough shaven=tough guy
clean shaven=suave and well kept


Your list made me crack up XD


I am here to entertain and make witty remarks
Posted 6/30/11
I see no rules in what type of guy or girl we are =P if girls can be tomboys, why cant guys be feminine? ^,^
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it's not that this is something new.

The only difference is that ppl now accept it a bit more than ppl used to do in the past and openly show that they do that.
Just look at all the gay things, those used to be also banned in alot of countries (some are still). Those are legal also now.

It's not that it wasn't there. It was hidden and not shown or spoken off.
If you did you would not fit in the group and be an outcast.

-update-
to add on the list a couple of post ago.
Bald ppl sould also get on the list, as it's somewhat tied to high testosterone levels
Posted 6/30/11
I have a friend who is a guy and let me tell you, he's really feminine. He's more feminine than me lol.
But it doesnt really bother me because he's a really awesome guy in the end and if people judge him because he's feminine then their missing out.
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Posted 6/30/11
I personally don't care whether a guy is feminine or not. The way he dresses or acts has nothing to do with how manly he is because i have plently of gay guy friends who dress manly, act manly and talk manly. If you didn't know them, you would think that they r as straight as they come, even tho they r 100% down right i like guys and nothing else gay.... Its just the way they want to carry themselves, no harm in that....
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Posted 6/30/11

Juji_chan wrote:

I see no rules in what type of guy or girl we are =P if girls can be tomboys, why cant guys be feminine? ^,^


I agree with u 100%
Posted 6/30/11

magicuser360 wrote:

Does anyone else feel this way?


This guy does. http://blog.marshillchurch.org/2010/08/21/the-world-is-filled-with-boys-who-can-shave/

It's part of a sermon, but it's on topic and I thought it was interesting.
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it's a turn off for me..im a little boyish, and its so awkward to see a guy more feminine than me
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Posted 6/30/11

magicuser360 wrote:

Feminine Boys/Men

I've noticed that quite lately, a lot of boys and sometimes men as well are not looking as fully masculine as they used to. Many are looking very feminine in the way they dress, act, and get their hair cut. It's been a topic that has been picked up and talked about quite a lot lately, and I'm wondering why they look so girly all of a sudden?

Because they want to be, just like girls wanted to be when they had a revolution and started wearing pants. If you are so old fashioned do you think that all females should wear dresses every time they leave the house? Because the last time i checked pants was masculine in the old world.

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Personally, I don't like feminine boys and I know many people don't. I think guys should be masculine because if they're feminine, then the line between male and female is blurred. Unless you're gay (and not every.single.gay.guy is feminine!) or transgendered or something, then you should be masculine.

Why would any straight girl want to go out with a pretty-boy or girly looker?

I'm going to hit on "unless your gay". So gay guys have the choice to be or not but straight guys have to be masculine? How many double standards do you have?

The line was blurred when girls took a more masculine look (see point above).

Everyone is different, not every straight girl is you, and there are plenty that like these kind of guys.


I'm not trying to be mean, I'm just pointing out all the double standards you're post has, if you don't like them, then don't date\friend\look at them and don't expect anyone to conform to fit your liking.
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Posted 6/30/11
The media.
Posted 6/30/11
I'm all for androgynous men, especially to an over muscled mass who seems to be compensating for something.

I hate the misguided notion that the definition of a real man is someone who doesn't care about clothes and how he looks. Its all such bull. There was a time where tights, ruffled shirts and embroidered opulence was the height of fashion for men. From the beginning the clothes a person wears has been used to signify status/class, an image. Much like how the colour purple was reserved for royalty.
Even those who claim that they don't give a damn about their looks are still projecting a certain image so in actuality they are being hypocritical.

What the definition of being masculine/feminine is all based on the era/time and times a changing.
Posted 6/30/11
I prefer them over most muscular meatheads (say that 5 times fast,) but they both seem kinda dull.
Posted 6/30/11

Odincore wrote:


magicuser360 wrote:

Feminine Boys/Men

I've noticed that quite lately, a lot of boys and sometimes men as well are not looking as fully masculine as they used to. Many are looking very feminine in the way they dress, act, and get their hair cut. It's been a topic that has been picked up and talked about quite a lot lately, and I'm wondering why they look so girly all of a sudden?

Because they want to be, just like girls wanted to be when they had a revolution and started wearing pants. If you are so old fashioned do you think that all females should wear dresses every time they leave the house? Because the last time i checked pants was masculine in the old world.

magicuser360 wrote:

Personally, I don't like feminine boys and I know many people don't. I think guys should be masculine because if they're feminine, then the line between male and female is blurred. Unless you're gay (and not every.single.gay.guy is feminine!) or transgendered or something, then you should be masculine.

Why would any straight girl want to go out with a pretty-boy or girly looker?

I'm going to hit on "unless your gay". So gay guys have the choice to be or not but straight guys have to be masculine? How many double standards do you have?

The line was blurred when girls took a more masculine look (see point above).

Everyone is different, not every straight girl is you, and there are plenty that like these kind of guys.


I'm not trying to be mean, I'm just pointing out all the double standards you're post has, if you don't like them, then don't date\friend\look at them and don't expect anyone to conform to fit your liking.


I did say, in my post - this is my personal preference unless you missed it. I was only asking for you opinion on feminine men which is the topic, - not to have a go at my personal views which you seem to be implying in your statement.


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Posted 6/30/11

magicuser360 wrote:

I did say, in my post - this is my personal preference unless you missed it. I was only asking for you opinion on feminine men which is the topic, - not to have a go at my personal views which you seem to be implying in your statement.




I was pointing out the double standards yes, it wasn't meant to be an attack, but if you want to take it that way you have the right to and I'm not going to try and change your mind.

And i did state my opinion on the matter. Though it is rather subtle.

Why I think they do:

Because they want to be, just like girls wanted to be when they had a revolution and started wearing pants.


And my general thoughts on the whole matter:


if you don't like them, then don't date\friend\look at them and don't expect anyone to conform to fit your liking.

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