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OT Q for all males: What's the most sexy thing in a woman?

Answered on January 02, 2014
Created December 20, 2013 at 11:08 PM

I think the most sexy thing in men is when they are confident, and calm but with that little mischeivous look in their eyes. A straight and proud posture is also important.

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on January 02, 2014
at 04:35 AM

Maybe that's why high heels are considered attractive. They certainly aren't comfortable, but they would definitely shrink the waist/height ratio.

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on December 22, 2013
at 07:39 PM

+1 -- I assumed you meant independantly ealthy.

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on December 22, 2013
at 07:37 PM

ahem. multivariant.

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on December 21, 2013
at 10:05 PM

I agree, gluteus maximus for the win.

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on December 21, 2013
at 02:23 PM

That, and confidence. There's a reason I'm attracted to women in a relationship, they don't act like insecure nutjobs. Too bad women in relationships are the least available women.…

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on January 02, 2014
at 06:52 PM

Hard question to really answer without sounding like a womanizing pig. :P

However I would have to say, intelligence and self reliance. Though as many have pointed out, "the whole package" should be the reality. I find average builds with healthily wide hips sexy. You know, hips that could actually bear a child instead of the rail-skinny girls of today.

My opinion doesn't count much, though, since I'm happily partnered with a guy. :)

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on January 02, 2014
at 05:17 PM

Her brother

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on December 23, 2013
at 06:06 PM

I personally think its the walk and posture. Not stiff, not loose, "slinky?", thats the word that comes to mind. Vulgarity is a major turn off.

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on December 22, 2013
at 01:34 PM

The markers of attractiveness coincide with those of great health. Symmetry, shiny hair, bright eyes, clear skin, good muscle structure (not skinny fat, or stick thin, or just outright fat.) Certainly the usual, boobs, butt, hips, apply, but it's more than just that, and it's not about the size either. (I think we're hardwired to stare at boobs, butts and hips.)

An obese lady might have very large boobs, but that isn't going to be attractive at all. A skinny lady might have small boobs, but, she might well be very attractive if everything else screams healthy. A more muscular lady over a very skinny one would be even more attractive.

The one big turnoff, which you didn't ask about, is waaay too much makeup and strong perfume. I'm more attracted to ladies who use no make up or far less makeup, and look great. Someone who has layers of warpaint on, fake hair, fake eyebrows, comes off as... fake and unattractive.

A cigarette is a total turnoff, doesn't matter how everything else is, if she smokes, I've zero interest instantly.

A lot of it is attitude and the way they move. Ever hear of someone who you can never get a good photo? Who always looks terrible in photos, but is very attractive in real life? If you were to take a video, they'd be just as hot as in person - that's because of the way they move, smike, carry themselves, is what's attractive.

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on December 22, 2013
at 04:30 AM

I'm with @samc it's the whole package but I recently read an article that BOTH men & women tend to 'visually dissect' women's bodies..ie view them as parts, so it's not just men who scan a woman up & down taking stock of all the parts.

Quite a while ago (YEARS) Scientific American had an article about the universality of "beauty" / "sexual activeness of women" across time & cultures.

IIRC it boiled down to waist to hip ratio and it was pretty much independent of weight.... as long the ratio was there. Attractive ratio was in the .65 to .75... the with optimum at the .70 / .71

Super attractive models & actresses fall in this range independent of weight. Slightly over or under weight was ok as long as the ratio was go.

Recent work....In addition to waist to hip, waist to height is important too. For a woman less than .46

Sorry for all the numbers but they quantify the "shape" that is attractive which is really a marker for "healthy" ain't evolutionary biology great?

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on January 02, 2014
at 04:35 AM

Maybe that's why high heels are considered attractive. They certainly aren't comfortable, but they would definitely shrink the waist/height ratio.

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on December 22, 2013
at 03:30 AM

I am a female bisexual and in a woman... ok ok hear me out... just like a man, I am still attracted to the butt + waist ratio no matter how 'curvy' a woman is. The butt is the universal health signal, it's the center of mass on the woman's anatomy (learned this in physics, this is why men can't just bend over to pick up a chair while women can). The breasts, feet, and hair can actually be considered fetishes because they're not universal like the 'asset'.

I know you didn't ask but whatever: I find the healthy man to be the best, because a healthy man looks good and smells good (I can't distinguish between the smells of women). The width of the shoulder, body proportion, his buttock/thighs, and the man's facial features say a lot about his nutritional and genetic history. Height matters too but not as much as the traits I mentioned. There's tons of super tall men who look like they got hit with a bat and they don't have good proportions. Healthy men also have that intoxicating 'scent', unlike Mr. McD who smells like crap. Healthy men are least likely to be fatigued, stressed, nor irritable, so I usually get along with them more.

Health is the main thing I am attracted to. No amount of plastic boobs or viagra is going to help you if you look like unhealthy crap.

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on December 21, 2013
at 08:43 PM

It is a total package, impossible to break it out into components unless you are setting yourself up for a major fail. See high divorce rates!

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on December 21, 2013
at 06:05 PM

My mind has no idea, but my unconscious tells me in a nano-second.

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on December 21, 2013
at 04:53 PM

Attraction is such a massively multivariable problem that it is almost impossible to come at it head-on. It really helps to split the problem up and then weigh the results against each other. Which, really, is just a fancy way of saying that, while I can speak to character/personality preferences, the following opinion is purely from a physical standpoint.

Question made a short quip, "butt. sorry". But seriously, butt. It's an excellent canary for physical fitness. It is quite rare for a person (male or female) to have a nice butt without the rest of the physique following suit. It is a good indicator of a person's level/type of activity. From a genetic lottery standpoint it is also a good indicator of child-bearing ability. We may be huge into contraceptives these days (and in my opinion, rightfully so) but we still find fertility and sexual potency very attractive.

The face, on the other hand, tends to be a general lifestyle indicator. Clean hair, clear skin, well rested eyes, etc. are indicators of a life in check (although, not mandatory). This is the type of woman who uses makeup as a novelty to achieve things such as a crimson lips and shadowed eyes, and not as a crutch to cover their face.

LEGAL ADDENDUM:

We are all beautiful, it's what is on the inside that matters, be you and no one else, sharing is caring and don't get into a stranger's car.

Be157308a0438e382b88d9db4c12ab30

on December 21, 2013
at 10:05 PM

I agree, gluteus maximus for the win.

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on December 22, 2013
at 07:37 PM

ahem. multivariant.

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on December 21, 2013
at 03:38 PM

butt. sorry.

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on December 21, 2013
at 02:33 PM

Not male, but I love Jennifer Lawrence. She's the same height as me, and I'd really love to become as athletic as she is (I am currently lighter, but I need to lose a bit of fat and gain a lot of muscle, including abdominals!). She is blessed with both a very good figure and a very good posture.

Funnily enough, the part of her body I like most is not her figure, but her face. I always wonder whether her eyes are photoshopped (they are so blue!) and I find that her 'hamster' cheeks give her face an endearing childlike quality, and make her look so young and wholesome and natural.

I have also become very fond of the 2 moles on her neck, I hope they never get photoshopped away!

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on December 21, 2013
at 03:36 AM

Besides boobs?

I tend to like women who don't look like they can be easily broken. If she's short and thin, she should be muscular. If she's average build / height I prefer stockier women. Taller ladies look good with an extra 20lbs.

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on December 20, 2013
at 11:33 PM

Independence.

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on December 21, 2013
at 02:23 PM

That, and confidence. There's a reason I'm attracted to women in a relationship, they don't act like insecure nutjobs. Too bad women in relationships are the least available women.…

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(26217)

on December 22, 2013
at 07:39 PM

+1 -- I assumed you meant independantly ealthy.

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