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Is It Important to You if You're More Prettier Than Your Partner?
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Let's face it, some guys look better than girls.
Do girls feel bothered if their men look better than them?
Do same sex partners feel bothered who's prettier?



I think Michael Jackson wanted to be a flower boy but he failed doing it.
Being flower boy doesn't mean you're gay.
You can still exude manly vibes even if you're prettier than Cleopatra.
Flower boy is well excepted / known in S. Korea.

While here in the US, they just thought Michael was just gay and a child molester.
Michael Jackson was just misunderstood, in my opinion.

I can't read minds and I don't know what each person's preferences on selecting their mates / types.
What one seem uglier to one person might be prettier to another person.
In this day and age, the measuring stick for what beauty is no longer "black and white," --metaphorically speaking.



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a misunderstood crazy child molester
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The Fuck did just read!?
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Eh most guys I see that look better than women are 1 Homosexual or 2 the women are not trying hard enough to stand out.
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Doesn't bother me. Personally I couldn't try to do so even if I wanted to, I'm not a great looking guy. Being pretty shouldn't be the basis of a relationship anyway, relationships should be more based on personality and mental connections, that being said, if someone wants to look pretty to feel better about themselves, then have at.
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? putting the strange out of place Michael Jackson rant aside....

Personally I don't care if my boyfriend is more attractive then me, or vise versa. As long as we both like each other what does it matter? Your question makes it sound like you think everyone is really shallow. When you get older I think you will find that looks don't matter as much as you seem to think they do.
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I don't mind guys who are prettier than me or less pretty than me.

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It is important you find your partner attractive. Fortunately, physical beauty is only a part of that; I noticed as I got older that some women grew "prettier" after I found out they had a kind heart, were intelligent, even something simple like sharing a hobby with me.

If you have issues because your partner is generally perceived as better looking than you... you have issues. This is separate from "...and s/he gets hit on all the time! Flirts back too!". Judging by the "flower boy" comment and re-reading the thread title (and assuming this wasn't a joke to begin with), is this directed only at those that have a kind of beauty that is either androgynous or considered more feminine?

As for me personally, I am uncertain what I would prefer but... I have issues. Among them are body image issues, so I certainly would prefer someone "better looking" than myself. At the same time I have other issues that would probably make me an insecure wreck if they were too much better looking than me. "Fortunately" all those other issues mean I've never even gone out on a date.
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eegah87 wrote:

? putting the strange out of place Michael Jackson rant aside....

Personally I don't care if my boyfriend is more attractive then me, or vise versa. As long as we both like each other what does it matter? Your question makes it sound like you think everyone is really shallow. When you get older I think you will find that looks don't matter as much as you seem to think they do.


Like what I wrote before, the measuring stick of what beauty is today is not "black and/or white" anymore. There's a lot of definition of what beauty is, and from person to person.

If there was a chance that I implied that everyone is shallow, my bad.

That's not my intention.

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If the guy is prettier than me well better not to date him. I mean, come on! Lololol
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I'm sorry but I have never been prettier than a woman that is impossible for me but I'm always more handsom the my significant partner
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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I'm not particularly bothered by it... Scratch that-- I'd love a "flower"/pretty boy who can kick major ass. I'm not traditionally "pretty," and plenty of guys are more "pretty," anyway. But you know what? Pretty is pretty. I like looking at pretty things, be them a smokey quartz or a man. Question is; what all do I consider "pretty"? I have a wide scope; from Orlando Bloom and Atsushi Sakurai, to Patrick Dempsey and Hugh Jackman. If there's a significant difference in attractiveness-- Guess who's involved with the hottie? ME. If he's less "pretty" than I... Well, he must be pretty damn attractive by my standards for me to involve myself with anyone.
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Nope, but I like it.
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I don't care. Seriously. And why does this only seem directed at women who have a feminine-looking boyfriend? Hmm.

I like slightly feminine or boyish-looking guys, myself. I'm no looker, trust me. I'd be fine if people perceived me as less attractive than my partner. Though I will say, if I ever heard someone say that someone I loved was "ugly," there would be hell to pay.
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Partner? What are you even doing here
Posted 5/7/14
Pretty boys are just eye candy...

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