Can a straight man attracted to tomboy/masculine looking girls?

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I'm a "butch" girl, I wear masculine clothes, rarely wear makeup and work out so I'm more muscular than the average girl. I've always been a tomboy and wouldn't want to change myslf just to make a guy like me. But I'm afraid no guy will like me because I don't look feminine enough. I'm biologically and mentally female just more athletic.
All the guy's I have crushes on tend to prefer dainty girly girls that wear glamerous makeup and that makes me feel like no guy will ever be interested in me.
I added pictures to give you an idea of how I dress and my body type.

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If the girl in the first pic (https://i.pinimg.com/originals/30/5d...43df8d0465.jpg)
wore the clothes in the second pic (https://i.pinimg.com/originals/33/dd...0b898e89dd.jpg)

it would look like 2018 Eminem.
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If the girl in the first pic (https://i.pinimg.com/originals/30/5d...43df8d0465.jpg)
wore the clothes in the second pic (https://i.pinimg.com/originals/33/dd...0b898e89dd.jpg)

it would look like 2018 Eminem.
:lol: lmao I'm dead! I hear you and I get that lool but I still have long hair, wide hips etc. Gotta have hope Mr Right is out there for me Maybe a bi guy?
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I mean, the girl in the first pic with the lady-suit on I'd definitely bang (if she was straight), but I wouldn't be seen out with a chick that dresses like a man. Soz m8, just being honest.
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I mean, the girl in the first pic with the lady-suit on I'd definitely bang (if she was straight), but I wouldn't be seen out with a chick that dresses like a man. Soz m8, just being honest.
Out of fear of what others would think?
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I’ve seen it happen! Just look at Kristen Stewart; I mean she’s dating a girl now but men have been attracted to her and I’d say she dresses pretty tomboy-ishLook at athletes like Simone biles and Serena Williams. Although they dress girly they are very muscular and they are married/dating men. There’s someone out there for everyone. There’s 7 billion people in this world!
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Feminine and dangerous yet maternal and caring would be fine with me 🤭

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honestly some girls are a little tomboy and I wouldn't mind that but she's got to have strong female energy. Even if she's doing something which might be a little masculine as a degree.


Basically I can see some of my friends with tomboys and be happy mainly because they can't be asked with girly girly girls since they seem fake to them. But that's just anectodal and I'm sure there is a guy out there for these kind of girls.
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Out of fear of what others would think?
Not as such, I just like to uphold a standard for not only what I look like, but also what the type of girls I'm seen with look like.
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Feminine and dangerous yet maternal and caring would be fine with me 🤭

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Able to cook and do complex mathematical problems and design. Basically a (design engineering/architect/biomedical engineering(bionics or something)

honestly some girls are a little tomboy and I wouldn't mind that but she's got to have strong female energy. Even if she's doing something which might be a little masculine as a degree.


Basically I can see some of my friends with tomboys and be happy mainly because they can't be asked with girly girly girls since they seem fake to them. But that's just anectodal and I'm sure there is a guy out there for these kind of girls.
LOL I'm a medical engineering student and I'm very nurturing, modest and loving, plus my future partner wouldn't have to worry about me coming from work late cuz I'm stong enough to fight off a creep.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm a "butch" girl, I wear masculine clothes, rarely wear makeup and work out so I'm more muscular than the average girl. I've always been a tomboy and wouldn't want to change myslf just to make a guy like me. But I'm afraid no guy will like me because I don't look feminine enough. I'm biologically and mentally female just more athletic.
All the guy's I have crushes on tend to prefer dainty girly girls that wear glamerous makeup and that makes me feel like no guy will ever be interested in me.
I added pictures to give you an idea of how I dress and my body type.

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https://i.pinimg.com/originals/30/5d...43df8d0465.jpghttps://i.pinimg.com/originals/33/dd...0b898e89dd.jpg
Would you date feminine guys? there's your answer. Yeah, some girls like feminine guys but it's a niche market. Same with guys and butch girls.
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Would you date feminine guys? there's your answer. Yeah, some girls like feminine guys but it's a niche market. Same with guys and butch girls.
I don't mind dating a feminine guy aslong as he is comfortable with both his femininity and masculinity and isn't overly girly.
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LOL I'm a medical engineering student and I'm very nurturing, modest and loving, plus my future partner wouldn't have to worry about me coming from work late cuz I'm stong enough to fight off a creep.
Sounds fine with me
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Tomboys are fine. It's complete nonsense to say that bi guys would be more likely to be attracted to you.

The most likely men to be attracted to you are the ones with high levels of self confidence / self security / genuine high self esteem.
The ones that don't need a barbie type trophy wife to put on the mantelpiece and show off to their mates.
The ones that aren't narrow minded.
Such men are just as likely to be heterosexual as bi or any other sexual orientation.

Maybe the OP is still at school where too many of the boys lack the maturity to have an open mind about their romantic partner's fashion style, hobbies and interests? Anyone with any wisdom would realise that all these things are just shallow surface things. It's what's under the skln that counts. And in this case at least some of that is highly attractive - the athletic body, the feminine inner philosophy combined with the confidence to be who she wants to be regardless of what some (stupid) people think of her.
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I can't speak on behalf of dudes as I'm obviously a girl but I'm rather tomboy.

Got short hair thats haved at the sides and back. rarely See Me in a dress haha 😂

I've got a boyfriend and we're quite happy.

Everyone is different and it's all preference so you're not doomed to be alone because of the way you are
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Yeah i am
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Yeah i am
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Stereotypically masculine dress sense is fine; no make up is ideal; masculine figure not attractive; hoody and wrinkly trousers says chav to me a bit.
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Don't know if this thread is still active but yeah I'd date a girl like that. I'm a guy, 100% straight, could careless what others think of us when were in public. I've always preferred tomboys to feminine women. I think tomboys are hot lol.
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Honestly, humans are attracted to all sorts of things, from the predictable to the down right bizarre. I recall a certain individual was sexually attracted to a particular breed of horse. So you probably have nothing to worry about. If a human can love a particular type of horse, I'm sure you'll be fine.
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(Original post by Dunnig Kruger)
Tomboys are fine. It's complete nonsense to say that bi guys would be more likely to be attracted to you.

The most likely men to be attracted to you are the ones with high levels of self confidence / self security / genuine high self esteem.
The ones that don't need a barbie type trophy wife to put on the mantelpiece and show off to their mates.
The ones that aren't narrow minded.
Such men are just as likely to be heterosexual as bi or any other sexual orientation.

Maybe the OP is still at school where too many of the boys lack the maturity to have an open mind about their romantic partner's fashion style, hobbies and interests? Anyone with any wisdom would realise that all these things are just shallow surface things. It's what's under the skln that counts. And in this case at least some of that is highly attractive - the athletic body, the feminine inner philosophy combined with the confidence to be who she wants to be regardless of what some (stupid) people think of her.
Best reply I've ever seen, I'm a 100% straight guy and could give less Fs about how other people see me with a partner. I find tomboys to be insanely hot and I'd def date her.
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