I like intelligent, confident and somewhat competitive women, but not too serious. As for appearance I like women who are slim, curvy and somewhat toned, medium height, natural looking and I also like a bit of make up, casual jeans and t-shirt or a suit.
wether tall or short...slim or curvy...but most is brainy, natural, simply, smart and kindhearted....
not like bony, want meaty curvy female,
A girl with great personalities, always positive . The way she looks doesn't matter because I'm a stylist. Haha :)
Very attracted to pale skinned women such as Nicole Kidman. I also like black women.
I like a decent looking lady with little to no tattoos that doesn't smoke.
I'm attracted to brunettes, taller than me because I'm 5"2, curvy, a little older than me, I'm 20. Dresses feminine because I dress feminine but not too girly to where she's in her mirror checking her make up more than she looks at me. I'm a dancer so if I'm not in a performance I don't wear make up, it bugs me on regular days lol. I'm kind of curvy but wish I had a little bit more. I don't have any tattoos and the only piercings I have is just the regular earring piercings, 1 in each year because I'm terrified of needles lol.
Big and tall at leas an inch taller than me, short hair preferably a pixie cut , average build , not thin not fat. Depth is what I like most , if she's wise and deep.
I can't stand "girly" or "feminine" types , that s h i t is fake as hell , just designed to keep women down , teach them their nothing but breeding stock and only men are capable of independant action. basically the counterpart to the idiotic macho
type who's taught to be tough no matter what so he makes good donky labor and cannon fodder.
I read this as 'what kind of girls are attracted to you?' I think I broke something...
Smart, sexy ones.
I'm generally attracted to anyone who resembles a chapstick lesbian, though that unfortunately doesn't really work out, since I'm not female.
I've always liked tomboys, but unfortunately, the ones I've crushed on turned out to be lesbians
Sexual orientation has nothing to do with how somebody dresses or gender roles