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Do men prefer women who are ladylike or the opposite?
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I'm not big on gender labels, but I'll admit I'm partial to girls with "tomboyish" traits.
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26 / M / New York
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I dumb myself down to damn near retarded to fit in so I don't give a shit. However even if the girl is "unlady like" or whatever she should have some idea how to smooze drinks off rich people all classy and such and be somewhat intellectual and stuff if necessary.
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pirththee wrote:

I don't have parameters ,but breathing is a plus.


what horrible taste, don't you know breathing causes pollution
Pollution is our friend.I would like to commemorate all of those nameless anaerobes that eons ago mindlessly polluted so that we can breathe.We venerate them with each symphony written and with each body burned,yet they receive no mention.
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26 / M / Atlantic Beach, NC
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To me all that's important is to just be yourself. I have only had a few girlfriends but they have all been vastly different from each other, I don't really have a checklist of attributes I'm looking for in somebody. All I really want is somebody I connect with (which is surprisingly difficult as I've become an adult).

If a chick is a tomboy, that's great. If she's well mannered and ladylike, that's also great. It shouldn't matter if we get along well enough. You don't choose who you fall in love with, if you did it would be a lot easier but a lot less special.
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BigDaddyDelish wrote:

You don't choose who you fall in love with, if you did it would be a lot easier but a lot less special.


I feel like this sums up everything I would want to say here, and does it in far less words than I'd probably spend on it.
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uncletim wrote:

like the old saying goes "A lady on my arm and a whore in my bed"


This... This right here is your answer! Period! Case Closed!
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As long as the guy isn't homophobic, sexist, racist, closed-minded, cheater, and/or without manners (rude) then... he and I will get along perfectly.

When I say rude I don't mean burping (I'd burp right in your face if we're friends) or not holding the door for me (I have hands, no need to hold the door for me) what I mean is the immature guy who thinks playing pranks such as pulling the chair when you're about to sit, being a donkey, loves to argue, and such. (The stereotype of a jock)
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Yeah to me, it pretty much is being yourself. If they act ladylike or the opposite, then that's probably how they are and I don't want them to change.
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Just be yourself, there's no point in trying to be someone else since in the end you'll always be the same person and not another.

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guys like how I was the complete opposite of being a girl...I curse like a sailor and I don't sugar coat anything. I'm bluntly honest, but that also made some guys upset when they asked me about certain things.

my bf was a jock, and he was always dating these preppy girls. his last 2 girlfriends before me was a chic who was always at the club and a scene kid. I was making my transition from dressing in all dark colors to soft colors when we started dating. he said I was a nice mix really, I'm honest but sometimes in a brutal way. he said guys rather have girls who were confident in themselves really, and guys really are attracted to girls with nice NATURAL hair.
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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I've been under the impression that "girly" and "ladylike" aren't necessarily synonymous.
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aeb0717 wrote:

I've been under the impression that "girly" and "ladylike" aren't necessarily synonymous.


Same.
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22 / M / UK
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I prefer ladylike.
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Really? That is attractive to some guys and other types of guys are attracted to different kinds of girls. I find it appalling that you ask this question based on your own opinion. Do guys find that attractive? Yep or else a lot of girls would be alone. I act more like that and don't care and for some reason it's seemed to get me a lot of guy friends and boyfriends over the years. Who would've thought since I'm not "ladylike" or whatever that crap is.
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22 / F / mars
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I'm like a girl whose a big nerd. Just a massive gigantic nerd. Yep.
But I dress and act like a lady though I swear a lot in front of my best friends but I don't really like swearing in front of others.
I compare swearing to cigarette smoking. I smoke, so it kinda feels like weird hanging out with people who don't smoke.
I like the weirdness I come with as I'm not like all the other girls.
I only let my hair down in front of friends.
I like being a freak in the sheets but it freaks guys out unless I'm in the same level of weirdness with them.

BUUUUUUT,,,,

I date girls, not guys. Guys are of different matter to me.
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