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Men prefer averagely shaped women


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I think it's cute how guys pretend to be most interested in the type that they can "get."

I think it's cute that you pretend you can speak for all guys.

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just making an obvious observation.

Which be relevant if you knew the type of girls the men on this thread have 'got' (as you put it). So not so much an obvious observation really - more like judging everyone else by your own standards ;)

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As long as the women arn't heavier then me or can beat the tar out of me most likly I'll be interested LOL

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As long as the women arn't heavier then me or can beat the tar out of me most likly I'll be interested LOL

What are you trying to imply about my sister? Remember, I know who you really are!! lol

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hey, whatever makes you feel better about yourself.

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I think it's cute how guys pretend to be most interested in the type that they can "get."

No we dont, we go after what we like.

The women that men want the most are the ones you notice with the men crowded around them. They tend to look good and have none of the negative characteristics in their personalities that put men off them.

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hey, whatever makes you feel better about yourself.

Juuussst curious...did you give your type in this thread?

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What are you trying to imply about my sister? Remember, I know who you really are!! lol

Oh ya thats right your my brother in law LOL your sister is a lovely girl ;) haha to funny

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I like all types. I am not attracted to fat girls though. I find cellulite to be repulsive.

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I like all types. I am not attracted to fat girls though. I find cellulite to be repulsive.

Fair enough, I don't like cellulite either. :( Unfortunately it's common, even on slim girls, and we have to work our buts off to keep it away. lol

I just wondered based on your previous comments just now in this thread, whether it was because you were really picky. No worries :lol:

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I am picky as to who I have a relationship with, as that is based on far more than just physical attraction. I do tend to sleep with women that I wouldn't have a relationship with though. I find something attractive in almost every woman. But there are some universal truths as to what men in modern developed societies find attractive.

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Oh and i suppose your a six pack carrying perfect 'male model' like creature, all those women must be really lucky to have spent bed time with you :w00t:

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But there are some universal truths as to what men in modern developed societies find attractive.

The trouble with that statement is it implies that most men some how have trouble getting women, therefore rely on what they can get, and adjust their preferences to that - but that also dismisses what females find attractive. Your also assuming body type is what all men go for - and whilst it's quite important to me, it certainly isn't to all men.

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Oh and i suppose your a six pack carrying perfect 'male model' like creature, all those women must be really lucky to have spent bed time with you :w00t:

He's an expert, haven't you heard. I only speak for myself, he speaks for everybody.

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I am picky as to who I have a relationship with, as that is based on far more than just physical attraction. I do tend to sleep with women that I wouldn't have a relationship with though. I find something attractive in almost every woman. But there are some universal truths as to what men in modern developed societies find attractive.

That I can understand, I find I'm not particularly attracted to really good-looking men. Reasonably attractive sure, but not like WOW. To me face value I honestly find the average guy more appealing, his internal attributes are more important to me. I've always wondered if subconsciously I find very good-looking men less appealing because I fear it would be harder to hold on to them. Just a thought, maybe we do like (but it's genuine like I still believe) what we feel goes best with ourselves.

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Oh and i suppose your a six pack carrying perfect 'male model' like creature, all those women must be really lucky to have spent bed time with you

Not any longer, I"m in my late 30's and the six pack probably isn't coming back, though I am above average attractive. But this doesn't have anything to do with what I find attractive.

To me face value I honestly find the average guy more appealing, his internal attributes are more important to me. I've always wondered if subconsciously I find very good-looking men less appealing because I fear it would be harder to hold on to them. Just a thought, maybe we do like (but it's genuine like I still believe) what we feel goes best with ourselves.

I agree with you completely. But we are making a distinction between different levels of attraction. There's a base attraction that is more immediate, physical, and based on our imperitive to pass on our genes with the best opposite sex genes we can find. but then there is another level of attrction where we desire what makes us feel safe, secure, and cared for. These are fundamental human needs, and often times our initial attraction is not as important as satisfying these deeper needs, I think.

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I agree with you completely. But we are making a distinction between different levels of attraction. There's a base attraction that is more immediate, physical, and based on our imperitive to pass on our genes with the best opposite sex genes we can find. but then there is another level of attrction where we desire what makes us feel safe, secure, and cared for. These are fundamental human needs, and often times our initial attraction is not as important as satisfying these deeper needs, I think.

Yes, that sounds feasible. :yes: I think that is what you meant in the first place yeah?

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Yes. IN a sense. We want to feel comfortable and secure. Those of us who are not safe and secure with a very physically attractive partner, or cannot obtain one, still need companionship, sex, intimacy, securtity, partnership, etc. etc. So what we do is become attracted on a different level to who can fulfill those needs. But when someone claims that they dont' find someone attractive who is universally considered so, it is often these other factors coming into play, IMO.

We also may harbor resentment to the "type" that rejected us in the past. And there are tons of other psychological factors that come into play. But often, I believe, it is a nearly a matter of survival to convince ourselves that we are most attracted to a certain type, when on a primitive level, we really are attracted to something else. If that was not the case, we would not have survived so long as a species, IMO.

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Yes. IN a sense. We want to feel comfortable and secure. Those of us who are not safe and secure with a very physically attractive partner, or cannot obtain one, still need companionship, sex, intimacy, securtity, partnership, etc. etc. So what we do is become attracted on a different level to who can fulfill those needs. But when someone claims that they dont' find someone attractive who is universally considered so, it is often these other factors coming into play, IMO.

We also may harbor resentment to the "type" that rejected us in the past. And there are tons of other psychological factors that come into play. But often, I believe, it is a nearly a matter of survival to convince ourselves that we are most attracted to a certain type, when on a primitive level, we really are attracted to something else. If that was not the case, we would not have survived so long as a species, IMO.

Simple really, we adapt our standards to suit our needs. Thanks for explaining yourself a bit better. :tu:

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yea, I think that's a good summation. Guys do it with more bravado, often. I think that, also, woman genuinly do find non-physical attributes to be more a factor than men do. But I think this is based in our biology, to some extent. It's very fascinating, don't you agree?

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Simple really, we adapt our standards to suit our needs. Thanks for explaining yourself a bit better. :tu:

There is no sort of template driving relationships in western society, which is being alluded to in the post you replied too. Relationships, and what drives attractiveness in an individual towards another are as varied as there are people on the planet, movitation behind any relationship can't be categorised in the simple terms being suggested.

Any attempt by someone to put a sweeping statement out making generalizations is just one man using his own experience to make his case for all cases, it simply doesn't work.

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