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It’s okay, guys. People have different tastes.

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18th December 2020
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2 months ago #9851697        
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Yes I agree, we all have different tastes. We are all different.

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2 months ago #9851587        
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You know, we Koreans really *don't* appreciate being represented by anything Japan...... Just don't mention Kpop in the first place and that would be even better.


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2 months ago #9851507        
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It's all about supply and demand. Fit, buff guys are a dime a dozen, especially with the million or so Americans on steroids (yes, this many).

The absolute best is to be a dwarf.

Why?

1 in 25,000 men have dwarfism, but 1 in 50 women have a dwarf fetish, and many more than that are simply curious.


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2 months ago #9851582        
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Scotswomen can protect themselves - we dinnae need a man tae dae it fur us.


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2 months ago #9851692        
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Hormonal birth control tends to flip their preferences, and I wouldn't be surprised if chemical pollution's doing similar as it disrupts puberty.


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2 months ago #9851527        
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Beware of generalizing. I am an American woman and my favorite masculine figures include Michael Rennie, Anthony James, David Tennant, Peter Capaldi,and other figures who follow the template "tall, dark, and bony." (I list actors that most people might have seen/heard of, lest someone say, "Who's that?") I like Dwayne Johnson *in spite of* his muscles, because he can act and is funny.


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2 months ago #9852502        
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Netflix adaptation

2 months ago #9852074        
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As a gay guy I prefer masculine buff men, the K-pop thing is a major mood killer for me, but that's just my "flavor." :P


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txag70

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2 months ago #9851826        
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I strength train for myself. It's essential to my physical and mental health. In my experience, it tends to be that those who strength train just for attracting women only tend to fail at doing both.

My message to men is simple: Invest in yourself, and improve yourself in the things you like to do, and women -- what's more, women that share your interests -- will tend to find you. If you don't like to lift weights for your own self-benefit, don't do it.

That said, Attraction preferences are a two way street. I for one have little interest in the conventional 36-24-36 but a girl that can lift and play rugby with me? PHWOAR!!!

...too bad that so many of them around these parts "swing for the other team", if you catch my drift.

Humility

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2 months ago #9851650        
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Fact: There is no such thing as masculinity. There are only things that are feminine and things that are gender neutral. Even historical masculinity has been defined purely by the absence of the feminine.


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