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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 5/1/15
It isn't anyone's business, and one person might love that in a woman while another wont, just like clothing, jewelry, animals , food, etc. While I like guys, I don't think theres anything wrong with those women's looks.
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Amaya- wrote:

It isn't anyone's business, and one person might love that in a woman while another wont, just like clothing, jewelry, animals , food, etc. While I like guys, I don't think theres anything wrong with those women's looks.


I'll be stopping by your city next month!
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Whatever floats your boat. Live and let live. I love people who don't care what others say and just live their life the way they want to.
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It depends.. masculine personality... well, define "masculine", I wouldn't want a girl that acted anything like me... I mean, I guess if she's a little tomboyish, it might be okay.

Masculine looks... Hell no
I would totally support a woman if she wants to exercise and stay in shape, great. However, if she starts building up muscles, I'm gonna leave her ass
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Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/1/15
Is that really so true? Every girlfriend I have had from America where girly. I have only had one tomboyish girlfriend (not really into tomboys kind meh about them) which we always joked about if we had loud sex and used each others names loudly how funny it would be if someone heard us because her name was Ryan and mine was Ashley.
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silversongwriter wrote:

It depends.. masculine personality... well, define "masculine", I wouldn't want a girl that acted anything like me... I mean, I guess if she's a little tomboyish, it might be okay.

Masculine looks... Hell no
I would totally support a woman if she wants to exercise and stay in shape, great. However, if she starts building up muscles, I'm gonna leave her ass


Just meet an American then fly to Japan and mingle with their gorgeous women.

You'll start to associate American women with masculinity. If you don't...

Well, that's weird!
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Magical-Soul wrote:


silversongwriter wrote:

It depends.. masculine personality... well, define "masculine", I wouldn't want a girl that acted anything like me... I mean, I guess if she's a little tomboyish, it might be okay.

Masculine looks... Hell no
I would totally support a woman if she wants to exercise and stay in shape, great. However, if she starts building up muscles, I'm gonna leave her ass


Just meet an American then fly to Japan and mingle with their gorgeous women.

You'll start to associate American women with masculinity. If you don't...

Well, that's weird!


Hey, we got nice dainty girls here... but I'm sure Japan has us beat on cute girls
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Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/2/15
Masculinity is a loosely defined concept and varies from culture to culture. So maybe what isn't considered masculine for a women in America is considered masculine for a women in other countries. I am definitely in favor of society NOT having strict expectations of what a female or male should look or behave like. I personally find confident, ambitious, aggressive, and physically fit women to be very attractive and those characteristics are all considered masculine.
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Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/2/15

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Wait, isn't she female? Well, yes, she is, by are there guys that don't like "boy stuff"? I don't think there are, that would make for a strange young man.


Actually I know quite a few men who aren't into "boy stuff" like cars or sports. Just because society has arbitrarily associated a certain item or activity with a sex does not mean there's some inherent biological drive to do that thing. Or do you think women from 100 years ago were going ga-ga for pink clothing?

Let me rain a little education on your parade: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/when-did-girls-start-wearing-pink-1370097/?no-ist
Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/1/15
I think I'm more guyish to guys and more girlish to girls.
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Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/1/15

Magical-Soul wrote:

If you frequent rooshvforums or other boards where the central idea is traveling abroad. You'll notice that when the topic of women comes up, it's normally general consensus that girls/women in U.S specifically are more masculine than other countries.

Even if you haven't travelled outside the U.S or you never came here to begin with, it should be easy pointing out differences between feminine females vs. masculine/non-feminine.

Recently, after telling a friend of mine to wear something "more female" for the beach, she basically spent the next 20 minutes telling me that she's not a fan of "girly stuff".

Wait, isn't she female? Well, yes, she is, by are there guys that don't like "boy stuff"? I don't think there are, that would make for a strange young man.

Here in the United States, it's almost an insult to call girls "girly"

How do you feel about masculine women? Why do you think women in the United States are so manly?

Personally, I prefer girls that aren't part man.

And men that aren't part women!




With respect, I don't know who you've been talking to. Perhaps statistics uphold this ... masculine U.S. women .. thing. But I've had the privileged of traveling all over the world (first time out of the U.S.A. was around 5 years old) and I have NEVER come up with such a prejudice.

What I HAVE seen is the thought that white women usually don't have a good ass. Then I blinked my baby-blues and that was THAT.

In fact, this whole line of thought sounds very self-deprecating. I'm awesome because I love myself. Who cares what a man in ...wherever ... things about it?


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Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/1/15
I don't really find women who physically look like men to be attractive.

But I don't have a problem with tomboyishness or girly personality traits unless they are way overboard. To me, each trait sort of has a sliding scale and I prefer certain traits to be within a certain range. I apply this same scale to men and women. For instance, I tend to not like people who are too assertive/hasty or too loud or too sensitive.

I think women here are considered more masculine because they are more likely to exhibit traits (or exhibit traits to a greater degree) that people often associated with men in the past. Women here tend to be more assertive, less timid, etc.
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Posted 5/1/15
ya know, i dont really care all that much. i like tomboys and the like.
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Posted 5/1/15

domvina wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:
Wait, isn't she female? Well, yes, she is, by are there guys that don't like "boy stuff"? I don't think there are, that would make for a strange young man.


Actually I know quite a few men who aren't into "boy stuff" like cars or sports. Just because society has arbitrarily associated a certain item or activity with a sex does not mean there's some inherent biological drive to do that thing. Or do you think women from 100 years ago were going ga-ga for pink clothing?

Let me rain a little education on your parade: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/when-did-girls-start-wearing-pink-1370097/?no-ist


I stopped reading when you said "I know quite a few men.." Then I predicted the rest and I was right.

Literally nothing else warrants a reply, sorry.
Posted 5/1/15 , edited 5/1/15

Magical-Soul wrote:


domvina wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:
Wait, isn't she female? Well, yes, she is, by are there guys that don't like "boy stuff"? I don't think there are, that would make for a strange young man.


Actually I know quite a few men who aren't into "boy stuff" like cars or sports. Just because society has arbitrarily associated a certain item or activity with a sex does not mean there's some inherent biological drive to do that thing. Or do you think women from 100 years ago were going ga-ga for pink clothing?

Let me rain a little education on your parade: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/when-did-girls-start-wearing-pink-1370097/?no-ist


I stopped reading when you said "I know quite a few men.." Then I predicted the rest and I was right.

Literally nothing else warrants a reply, sorry.


Not only with that, but the thread itself gets confusing between implying cisgender women that are butch and transwomen a bit, particularly bricks who don't pass.. While my comment was addressed towards cisgender (born, genetic XX females) . No, I have nothing against TS either. not trans, and I'm not into either cis women or trans.
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