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    A lot of manly looking men are pussies and many baby-faced men are ********. Baby-faced men get stereotyped as 'nice', but they are more likely to end up in jail for multiple crimes, like drug dealing. Conversely, the same study also showed baby-faced men were more likely to get medals for bravery in the army than their manly looking counterparts.

    Ashley Cole is an example of a short, baby-faced ******* who shouldn't be popular with women but is. Kevin Davies, the Bolton Wanderers striker, has a baby-face but he's a total ******* on the pitch - he regularly commits more fouls in a season than any other player. I guess he's popular with women too.

    So if you ignore what the women say and watch what they do, it's no real disadvantage to be a baby-faced man. If there is any disadvantage it would be when the man is young (e.g. 18 years old) because women prefer older men, but this disadvantage should be complimented with an advantage later when the man will be able to pull 18 year old girls until a much older age than his non-baby faced rivals.
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    (Original post by MancBoy)
    Girls who go for feminine guys are just ****.
    "a little more feminine than usual" doesnt mean feminine.
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    My guys really baby faced.. but pretty manly. it's weird.

    I like men who are.. iunno.. cute. Not rugged.

    But I do like them older, and to ACT manly
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    (Original post by Diaz89)
    Given the amount of androgynous, tight jeans wearing, wierd salon hair having creatures that lurk the streets , it's not a suprise that women are not into manly men.
    Some of us are :yes:

    The afore mentioned 'tight jeans wearing, wierd salon hair having creatures' hold absolutely no appeal for me.
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    To be honest, I like a little bit of both in a guy. My boyfriend is a little bit of both and that works out nicely for me He isn't like a hard, tough manly man, but then he would protect me and is strong and so forth, but then has an emotional side and can be more feminine in ways, but that doesn't actually bother me really I quite like it As long as a guy has a masculine body... then it's all fine with me if he's slightly on the feminine side!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey.
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    Answer: some will, since I'm currently with my second girlfriend, and I'm never thought of as being anything like remotely manly.
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    What do you exactly mean by manly?
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    (Original post by humidex7)
    My guys really baby faced.. but pretty manly. it's weird.

    I like men who are.. iunno.. cute. Not rugged.

    But I do like them older, and to ACT manly
    OP, this is it in a nutshell...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hey.
    Whenever I see girls around my age (I'm 18) with guys, they always seem to be with older guys/ or guys that are fairly manly.
    Is being baby-faced and quite bubbly a turn off for girls? I'm not saying camp or anything, just not a 'mans man'. Just a bit more feminine than usual.
    I kinda get the feeling girls wouldnt want to be seen with this kinda guy.

    P.s dont answer based on principal, answer based on what you would actually do. brutal honesty. cheers.
    As long as you would be willing to fight for her honour (not necessarily physical fighting, could be verbal or something....) I don't think a girl would mind. Personally, I'd be happy with a guy who wasn't manly as long as he was willing to do that one thing if needs be.
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    I'm not 'manly' in the sense that I don't play rugby/football, don't particularly watch it either (apart from Man U and England), prefer playing video games, I care about what I wear and how my hair looks etc, use moisturisers and concealer sometimes (for job interviews and important things) and I don't look 'manly'. But I am chivalrous, regularly go pubs and snooker halls, go gym, don't wear skinny jeans, quite big body, have a ladish sense of humour, would defend my girl mates verbally or physically, and likes pints. I reckon it's a good balance.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    like eh.. cheery.. really enthusiastic about certain things. quite lively.
    The good kind of enthusiastic, or the scarily obsessive, borderline-OCD enthusiastic? I can't imagine many women finding the latter an attractive personality trait.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    What do you exactly mean by manly?
    She means don't act submissively to a women. Don't open doors for a girl you want to fck. Don't treat her nicer than your mum or sister. Don't over-compliment her. Completely dominate her psychologically so that she understands how much of an honour it is to have your company.

    It also helps to eat well, not be fat, work out etc. but I'm guessing you'd take that as standard.
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    (Original post by Toffee_Kid)
    As long as you would be willing to fight for her honour (not necessarily physical fighting, could be verbal or something....) I don't think a girl would mind. Personally, I'd be happy with a guy who wasn't manly as long as he was willing to do that one thing if needs be.
    Cool, but how do you make that known to girls?
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    Hey.
    Whenever I see girls around my age (I'm 18) with guys, they always seem to be with older guys/ or guys that are fairly manly.
    Is being baby-faced and quite bubbly a turn off for girls? I'm not saying camp or anything, just not a 'mans man'. Just a bit more feminine than usual.
    I kinda get the feeling girls wouldnt want to be seen with this kinda guy.

    P.s dont answer based on principal, answer based on what you would actually do. brutal honesty. cheers.
    some guys can be quite un-masculine in terms of appearance, interests etc. but still have that sort of masculine sex appeal that's hard to explain. I know a guy who's like 6ft+, plays rugby (built for it too), has a beard, shaved head... so SEEMS pretty manly but he's a bit of a pussy on the inside.

    This might sound harsh but the ONE thing for me that makes a man un-manly is clinginess/neediness, obvious insecurity.
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    Why any man would describe themselves as 'bubbly' is beyond me. No offence OP.
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    Why any man would describe themselves as 'bubbly' is beyond me. No offence OP.
    Maybe cause i'm bubbly...
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    (Original post by Advanced Subsidiary)
    Why any man would describe themselves as 'bubbly' is beyond me. No offence OP.
    Yeah, bubbly is a feminine trait. Stop being bubbly. You won't even attract lesbians.
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    (Original post by ChunkymunkyDJC)
    I'm not 'manly' in the sense that I don't play rugby/football, don't particularly watch it either (apart from Man U and England), prefer playing video games, I care about what I wear and how my hair looks etc, use moisturisers and concealer sometimes (for job interviews and important things) and I don't look 'manly'. But I am chivalrous, regularly go pubs and snooker halls, go gym, don't wear skinny jeans, quite big body, have a ladish sense of humour, would defend my girl mates verbally or physically, and likes pints. I reckon it's a good balance.
    This should be compulsory for guys. Well, it's compulsory with the ones I grew up with any ways. Got to be 'on point' :yep:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    "a little more feminine than usual" doesnt mean feminine.
    There is no in between. It's either manly or a fag. I have never seen a girl that is proud of her feminine boyfriend. They almost seem embarrassed to be with them.
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    (Original post by MancBoy)
    There is no in between. It's either manly or a fag. I have never seen a girl that is proud of her feminine boyfriend. They almost seem embarrassed to be with them.
    You sure it wasn't her brother?
 
 
 
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