r/TooAfraidToAsk May 26 '22

What really makes a man more attractive to women? Love & Dating

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u/ZaraFlips May 26 '22 edited May 27 '22

Kind, honest, empathetic and emotionally mature. An easy confidence and a self deprecating sense of humour is attractive

Edit: self deprecating in moderation, you don't want to be forever talking about your flaws, that gets old quickly

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u/sailorssaybrandy May 26 '22

Hmm I have a very self deprecating style of humor at times and I’ve been told by friends not to do that around someone I’m “talking to”

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u/ZaraFlips May 26 '22

I think if you can have a laugh at yourself it shows a bit of self awareness and confidence in yourself. How is that a bad thing?

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u/Any-Zookeepergame458 May 27 '22

Agree… but I think there’s a fine line. Too much self-deprecation can come across as a self-esteem issue. Like if I say the mean thing about myself first in a jokey way, no one can say it after in a serious way. Know what I mean?

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u/Gre8g May 27 '22

From what I observed, people are turned off if you joke about serious issues (mental issues, family problems, etc.). Joke about something something lighthearted instead and people will laugh with you (knew a guy whose opening line was something about his bald head)

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u/Anal_draino May 27 '22

That’s a serious issue

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u/ShonuffofCtown May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

I find making self-deprecating jokes about strengths to be successful. I am tall, so I will make a joke about being oversize or talk about my goofy proportions. The goal is to show humility and that you don't take yourself too seriously, but it avoids sounding like you have low self esteem

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u/hfhdhdh6363 May 27 '22

I agree with this my friends Indian and he always makes jokes about it, but it annoys me now cause we have knew eachover for years now, bro your already one of the boys you can stop that.

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u/FormatException May 27 '22

Feakin adorable brosky

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u/Ultinuc May 27 '22

I mean I'm a guy but if I was seeing someone and all they did was talk shit about themselves I'd be out of there after the first date

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u/ZaraFlips May 27 '22

I'm not talking about constantly, that would definitely be annoying. Just occasionally

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u/aquastar112 May 27 '22

That's true. But someone who cannot laugh at himself is also a turn off

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u/Outrageous_Pace_1529 May 27 '22

This apparent contradiction is basically that most women like a confident man who is comfortable in himself, and such a person who can also make self deprecating jokes about themselves. They would come across too cocky otherwise. However self deprecation because you’re really not confident at all and have got issues doesn’t work!

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u/NoHoliday7040 May 27 '22

Since I see a lot of people replying self deprecating humor is not attractive i would like to add I think just a tiny bit comes off as humble. There’s a line between humble and depressed

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u/ZaraFlips May 27 '22

Completely agree. Just an occasional thing in a humorous way. Not a 'woe is me, I hate myself' way

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u/Vi0letSweets May 27 '22

There is a fine line between laughing at yourself and “woe is me.”

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u/cantreadjustwrite May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

Same things that you look up to in other people. Like being driven, kind, humorous etc.

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u/RepresentativeAd7851 May 27 '22

I’d rather drive than be driven… so looks like I’ll be fighting endlessly with my spouse on that one

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u/tfields3 May 26 '22

Funny but not in a mean or negging way.

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u/wolfixoye May 27 '22

I read "Furry" at first.

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u/ParadoxicAaah May 27 '22

Yes, furriness.. Back & front.

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u/undeadasdisco May 26 '22

Hygiene (you’d be surprised how few people meet this very basic standard regardless of gender tbh), proven empathy, kindness, humor, and enthusiasm.

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u/Australian1996 May 26 '22

True. Brush your teeth and clean up

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u/sphincterella May 26 '22

Money and a terminal illness

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u/Grellous8 May 27 '22

Height, jawline, abs

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u/Redcandle_15 May 26 '22

Being comfortable in himself and having a good natured sense of humour, for me.

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u/extractoilz1 May 26 '22

You're so cute it makes me sick... don't mind me Im Just old jaded and agonized by fear

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u/Redcandle_15 May 27 '22

Ha well FWIW it’s a lesson learned after a few missteps.

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u/CrabWearingCowboyHat May 26 '22

Humour and confidence

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u/AbuYates May 26 '22

That and work ethic, respect for others, good hygiene.

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u/DasPuggy May 27 '22

My ex almost forced me to work 60 hour weeks, then wondered why I wanted out.

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u/castledanger61 May 27 '22

You work for yourself, what do you mean almost forced you? Your life is your life. Gain some confidence in your life

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u/bkelly1984 May 26 '22

Spot on. These things signal that a man has an identity and stands tall despite resistance. Women want an adventure and be with someone who is on a mission in life. This person needs to push against barriers, including the barriers the woman creates. "Nice guys finish last" because they don't seem to stand for anything.

Attraction comes from being yourself, not from being what you think is desired.

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u/Swimming-Name2837 May 26 '22

I don’t think you have to push back against things, and I think if you do that too much you’re way more likely to become unattractive and look like an ass. However, having goals and aspersions beyond being with the other person is ESSENTIAL. If you don’t have anything going for yourself, there’s little to grab onto. That doesn’t even have to mean more than just having a few hobbies you’re interested in, but when someone says “I have a job and play video games” and those are the only two things they do, there’s not much to be interested in there. Even if you said you were into game design and talked about that on a blog or something, even just that is enough to be more than the bare minimum.

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u/TheHollowBard May 26 '22

I know plenty of pacifists in happy, healthy, long term relationships. Being confident and having goals, and being overly assertive or aggressive are very different vibes.

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u/bkelly1984 May 27 '22

I did not say anything about aggression.

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u/Stillcouldbeworse May 26 '22

not posting about their lack of sex repeatedly on reddit

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u/MeringueDifferent773 May 26 '22

But who’s gonna know if I don’t say it

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u/Ok-Cryptographer786 May 26 '22

sounds like turbo virgin lingo

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u/HappyMommy77 May 26 '22

For a lot of women, myself included, it's not as much about appearance as much as it is attitude. It's about having humor and being confident, as others have said, but it's also about being caring and showing a joy for life. It's about compatibility. I am extremely attracted to a man who shares my world views, and wants to enjoy life. I've been in a few long term relationships where the man wasn't traditionally "attractive" but I thought he was the best thing ever.

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u/melinalujbav May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

We can be physically attracted but if he’s immature it kills wanting a relationship. A guy definitely needs to be dependable with a goofy sense of humor for me. For me I’m either attracted or I’m not. It so far hasn’t changed after getting to know them.

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u/Knowitall4u2 May 26 '22

So if he's immature he's out but if he has a a goofy sense of humor hes in? Ok, noted.

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u/melinalujbav May 26 '22

Lol immature as in not reliable; can’t keep a job. Stuff like that

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u/HappyMommy77 May 26 '22

I think that's a generalization. I could very well be attracted to a man younger than me if all of the above is true.

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u/hannaamaee May 27 '22

It’s usually because the man is not mature enough

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u/tall-brunette May 27 '22

Age has nothing to do with what that person said haha

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u/Gemini7485 May 26 '22

ok so if it’s not much about appearance then why do most of them use apps liketinderand set their first criteria to be appearance? they first judge the man on its picture:)

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u/HappyMommy77 May 26 '22

I think by saying “most of them” you’re judging a whole lot of women by a very small percentage that use those apps. Obviously, just like men, there are women out there who care more about appearance than personality.

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u/Kewl-beenz May 26 '22

Most women don’t use tinder

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u/slinger301 May 26 '22

So you're saying that all those ads talking about hot single women in my area are lying to me?? Gasp!

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u/upsidedownpickle13 May 26 '22

I've seen decent women with all kinds of dudes. short nerdy looking guys, tall muscular jock looking guys, short muscular guys, tall fat guys, and short fat guys. if you focus only on the physical, I promise you you will not get anywhere if you are a shut-in that never meets or interacts with women in a meaningful way. you know what all of these guys had in common? they had some sort of social life. the most important thing you can do with regards to meeting women is... meeting women (obviously). you can spend hours and hours in the gym getting your 3D delts and hours and hours getting the "perfect hair cut", but if you are not around girls, nothing will fucking happen! And in-person, people! dating apps are probably not going to help you in this respect.

The first rule of success? show up!

Also, don't be a dick and don't smell like shit. Also, if you hate women, you kinda gotta work through that before you can possibly have a relationship with one. think about it rationally: how good is your relationship going to be with women if you... hate... women?

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u/Equal_Significance91 May 27 '22

How to be a motherfucking pimp 101

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u/Apotak May 26 '22

Treating all women equally to men, also the ones they don't want to fuck.

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u/SandyScaredyPants May 27 '22

I would change that to "Treating all women equally, also the ones they're not interested in". Men who treat not so attractive women like trash are so immature.

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u/Apotak May 27 '22

I personally don't want to be treated differently because I do not have a penis. Men who treat women differently (as if we don't have a brain, as if we cannot handle equipment, as if we are weak and vunerable and emotions rule our life) are very unattractive to me.

Other people have other opinions, please feel free to disagree.

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u/alexmikh May 26 '22

Treating all women equally to men

you know, that actually often means "horribly"

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u/LTBR1955 May 27 '22

Exactly lol especially when there's an intruder, or a sinking ship, or a fire ....

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u/Apotak May 26 '22

In that case, the man can easily be avoided.

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u/King-Grey May 26 '22

pretty sure if I said the memes I do to my boys at girls I like theyd call it sexual harassment

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u/Equal_Significance91 May 27 '22

So why do girls start crying when it comes to equal responsibilities?

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u/Top-Original4250 May 26 '22

My wife says one of the reasons she sticks with me is because I always say please and thank you.

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u/Bellydancingwitch May 27 '22

This sounds bad but hear me out: I think we all like it when he protects us but how he should show that protection is different for all of us.

Some of us want to be clearly protected like him bringing us home when it's dark outside.

Some of us just need our reputation protected by him not being shy to share that we are a really strong independent woman.

Some of need him to back us up when we are saying something super valid and no-one is listening.

We don't all necessary need a very physically strong guy who says he'll kill any guy who touches us, but everyone needs some kind of protection or backing up every once in a while and it's just really attractive when he can give us that.

Just want to add that in all of the examples I named we need protection from something unfair, often sexism related, when he protects us he definitely needs to acknowledge us as strong and capable women! He shouldn't project us because he is better, but just because two is often better than one and because sometimes he is in a better position to protect me than I am (like when someone is talking mean about me and I'm not even in the room but he is)

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u/TheGuinnessBuddha May 27 '22

Yeah agreed. I tend to do this, unless she's clearly, clearly in the wrong, and has a really shitty take on something.

Handful of women I've dated expected me to humor some awful takes and when I didn't, they accused me of "disloyalty." Goes both ways. I want a S.O. who'll call me out on my bullshit when I'm wrong too.

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u/Stormlight1984 May 26 '22

Kindness, honesty, patience, and a sense of humor, especially about yourself.

Source: have been in long-term relationships with women this whole millennium.

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u/Bright-Disk-7190 May 26 '22

Being honest and loyal in my eyes

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Not fixating on how they become attractive to women and just living their life.

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u/flapjackbandit00 May 26 '22

So unkept hair and raggity clothes are a go. Got it.

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u/Stunning-Spirit5275 May 26 '22

And short. Basically Danny devito

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Honest and kind for me

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u/Nervous_Mongoose_138 May 26 '22

A cute smile, confidence, and good hygiene

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u/[deleted] May 26 '22

Obviously it depends on the woman and what she feels is attractive.

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u/Positive_Pangolin969 May 27 '22

It’s all lies. Looks then all then stuff comes after. 🤷🏻

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u/KALEmk May 27 '22

This is true tho. If you don’t have the looks they won’t even bother talking to you to get to know you better.

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u/Spiritual-Pirate2813 May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22 Helpful

I’ve rarely seen a pretty girl with a kind, hygienic, unattractive man, so I’m very skeptical of some of these answer

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u/Clone78 May 27 '22

Exactly. In my experience most woman don't really want that kind of men. It's their ideal in their mind. That's what they have learned to say. But when they meet men like that they usually become friendzoned after the 2nd meeting or so, because it's not what they really desire.

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u/racc15 May 27 '22

What if the guy is rich?

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u/GiveMeTheYums May 28 '22

It's true, the guy (and girl) has to be attractive in the eyes of their significant other but that doesn't mean Jason Momoa kind of attractive. They have to be what you see as attractive and also kind and hygenic.

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u/TypicalSelf2085 May 26 '22

maturity, being sensitive and attentive

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u/PickleEmergency7918 May 27 '22

I agree. Us ladies don't want macho jerks! We want sensitive, kind men.

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u/OverlordCatBug May 26 '22

Emotional intelligence

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u/Ok-Variation4380 May 26 '22

i mean, every woman is different. think having common sense is all you need. don't idolize her but don't treat her like the poopoo either.

also - try to see things from her perspective and experiences as well. she will do the same for you if you demonstrate that.

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u/needingtoknow22 May 26 '22

Being able to be honest about wants needs and self. . Speaking up, if its upsetting he takes the time to talk it out . Someone wulling to inform for the sake of a deeper understanding. Doesn't hurt if they are broad with a great ass either

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u/snipsnipbetch May 26 '22

THAT THEY ARE IN THERAPYY. aka emotional intelligence

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u/Barcelona539 May 26 '22

Keeping his word. Less ego more kindness.

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u/RamBh0di May 26 '22

Caring about what they Say and Feel. A man with big sexy Listening Ears gets em every time!

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u/Alwayscurious7991 May 26 '22

Being a great listener. Also balancing being humble & confident, something very few people learn to master. Also someone that knows when to be serious or when to relax.

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u/Superb-General-3403 May 26 '22

the ability to feel deep emotions, empathy, and kindness. and also hygiene, as undeadasdisco said :)

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u/TnHairGuru May 27 '22
  1. Don't be a dick 2. Be able to admit you're wrong when you are, but don't be a pushover by agreeing when you don't actually 3. Say what you mean, passive aggression is pointless & annoying 4. Dudes with a healthy relationship with their moms or other maternal/female figures generally are more likely to be understanding of women's wants/needs. 5. NEVER call her crazy 6. Be secure & trustworthy- Let her have her space & trust her, and have your own life apart from her but don't betray her trust in you.

Physically, for me personally- a nice smile (not necessarily a teeth thing, just a genuine smile that reaches his eyes). I prefer a bigger guy (taller & physically bigger whether it be in shape or a little chunky) just because it feels safe to me.

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u/zozzer1907 May 27 '22

Good personality and good hygiene. You don't have to be the best looking or have the best body but having pride in what you've got and being comfortable in who you are is all a major plus point

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u/whatever_person May 27 '22

Proper respect, instead of niceguy crap or leftist men's "be comfortable sexdoll to any passing man, it is so empovering"

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u/hfhdhdh6363 May 27 '22

I like the weirdos who break the mold ! brightly coloured hair, funny, act goofy and don't care what others think about them 😍

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u/Blodeuwedd19 May 27 '22

Depends on the woman evaluating. For me, being a feminist, not discriminating others, being honest and transparent and having a nice butt.

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u/upsidedownpickle13 May 26 '22

big P... erserverance in the face of danger. They also want a man with a giant d... oggo that they can pet. Don't forget massive C... ommunication skills.

Gigantic PeePee.

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u/Competitive-Talk-451 May 26 '22

Depends on the age.

Younger girls tend to prefer pretty boys, and or bad boys

Girls on their late 20 to early 40, prefer personality like funny and confident.

Older women like stability, a good job, a house, but not because they are gold diggers, they are just at a different stage of life.

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u/OverlordCatBug May 26 '22

Personally I like people with drive in their hobbies. If I’m looking for serious relationships in a partner or friends, it is a red flag if they don’t have a single hobby or interest.

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u/nerdyless May 27 '22

Car rides?

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u/PickleEmergency7918 May 27 '22

Being driven to be a better person is way more attractive than making lots of money

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u/Jjkkllzz May 26 '22

Depends on what the woman is attracted to.

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u/accountforquickans May 26 '22

All the positive adjectives

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u/Iamsofunnylmao May 26 '22

Humor and good hygeine

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u/ThinkIGotHacked May 26 '22

Age 15-30: confidence, funny, fit, adventurous, hygiene, good values, good family. Age 40+: financial stability

30s are a combination.

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u/PresentExamination10 May 26 '22

Skill. Woooooo boy competence is so sexy

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u/Kitchen_Row_2261 May 26 '22 edited May 26 '22

naturally funny, tiny bit cocky but never too much, knows what he wants, has goals for himself, does good deeds in private, open for discussions without resorting to arguments.. i could go on, listens, gives without always expecting something back. little above average height, doesn’t feed into toxic masculinity, good hygiene, intelligent, great conversation holders, nice teeth, passionate about things he loves, honest, not afraid to admit his wrongs, patient, charismatic, vulnerable. i could go on….

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u/PutPuzzleheaded5337 May 26 '22

Confidence and money.

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u/InternalMovie May 26 '22

Leadership qualities, patience, good hygiene, kindness to people and animals, good teeth (not necessarily straight teeth, but not rotting teeth) I guess that falls under hygiene, No smoking or heavy drinking

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u/Big_Pie2915 May 26 '22

Being fit.

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

Nop most of us like dad/fat bods or skinny (very skinny) men

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u/osmangungel May 26 '22

money

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u/LTBR1955 May 27 '22

downvoted :)) for stating a fact truer than the earth is a globe .

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u/osmangungel May 27 '22

some will say that earth is flat

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u/DifficultyAutomatic7 May 27 '22

Money, Cash, Dollars, Bills, Hunnids, Bread, Bankroll, Capitol, Wad,Bacon, Bones ,Bag, Greenbacks, Large, Bucks, Moolah, Paper, Samolians ,Scrilla, Stash, Rack, Guap, Smackeroonies All they want is money

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u/Tungstenkrill May 27 '22

It depends on the woman.

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u/Normal_Man_Dave May 27 '22

Money and status

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u/rocky35921 May 26 '22

Women want a man who goes to therapy. A healthy well adjusted man, or atleast one who is actively working on himself. Thats way more attractive than any other feature someone can throw out there.

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u/Quietbreaker May 26 '22

LMAO

Oh, Reddit. Never change. "Going to therapy, more attractive than any other feature!"

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u/cruz474 May 26 '22

assets

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u/Stunning-Spirit5275 May 26 '22

This is the correct answer !

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u/Obocane May 26 '22

Lmao I always laugh at the responses for these type of “what makes man/woman more attractive to man/woman”, it’s always “Confidice” followed by “this”. If someone is asking that on a website like Reddit where most people talk about not feeling attractive and confident that response probably won’t help a whole lot lol. It’s like telling a depressed person “just be happy bro!”

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u/SeaDirt1 May 26 '22

Cash money! Dollar bills motherfucker!!!

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u/Dizyupthegirl May 26 '22

Common sense, similar goals/driven, humor, not clingy and needy, hygiene, not having a 1950s housewife/husband attitude.

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u/youaresocold May 27 '22

Politeness

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u/Sipher6 May 26 '22

Money 💰

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u/Previous-Catch-7215 May 27 '22

Love yourself. Respect yourself. Take care of yourself. Enjoy yourself. Be curious not judgemental.

If you commit to these ideas you'll be well groomed, healthy, happy and most importantly, not an absolute prickish bore.

Get a pair of jeans that fit right won't hurt either. And always have a puppy.

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u/One_Hour_Poop May 26 '22

Having lots of money?

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u/Imagonnamakeucry May 26 '22

The size of his wallet and his package .

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u/CuriousPincushion May 26 '22

Attention or just company of other women.

I am 100% serious. It signals that other women trust them they the "approved" stamp.

Me and my best friend were very successful wing"men" back in our club/bar hopping time.

Edit: Is "having company of someone" or "having company from someone" correct?

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u/Nulaak May 27 '22

Neither, it's "being in the company of someone."

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u/Sunbrosa May 26 '22

At first glance, it's the clean and classy attire. Once you get to talk to her, it's the confidence and way you speak.

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u/Stridsu May 26 '22

Having a proper backbone.

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u/replicantk1983 May 26 '22

I'm always the one with money, so someone secure enough to handle that without feeling the need to neg me. Also, motivation and a smart sense of humor.

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u/234feet May 26 '22

Heaps of people have said good hygiene. I mean, showering every now and then is good. But I find it attractive if they’re not afraid to be a little dirty. And i like to be able to smell the man - not some artificial scent. If I can’t smell you I won’t know if I find you attractive

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u/bethafoot May 26 '22

To me? Being capable of doing stuff. Fixing cars, building stuff, engineering stuff, all of that.

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u/Electrical-Bed-2381 May 27 '22

Colone or body spray. A good smelling man will make my head turn no matter what he looks like.

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u/Sharp_Hope6199 May 27 '22

Honest to goodness, having integrity, being forthright in the world, a sense of humor and humility, and clear thought about facing the world together with a good heart that isn’t naive enough to be be taken advantage of, but still believes in the goodness of existence and other people.

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u/Ill_Team_3001 May 27 '22

I’ve dated cough a few men and I have been married and now I really feel like I got it right this time lol and the thing I love about my partner is he’s incredibly open and communicative about what he’s feeling, his base line is good natured- I can’t stress that enough I love it. He wakes up everyday ready to go. And he’s incredibly kind and just legitimately funny. He is my catnip.

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u/Ande64 May 27 '22

Kindness and confidence in that order.

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u/BenedithBe May 27 '22

If he's smart and looks healthy and strong and beautiful. She's going to be attracted to him.

If he's kind, empathetic and humble she's going to trust him and fall in love

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u/chiisai_kuma May 27 '22

Empathy and a sense of humor

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u/lelitachay May 27 '22

Confidence, but not cockiness. Hygiene. And knowing how to do basic things without needing a woman acting like his mother all the time (you'd be surprised the amount of guys who don't know how to do basic things, for example cooking or washing clothes and expect women to solve those problems for them).

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u/PickleEmergency7918 May 27 '22

Being a little sensitive. We girls think it's sweet and eat that right up. It's often a sign that you would treat us right.

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u/ConsciousAd5711 May 27 '22

Honestly for me, being an activist and actually sticking up for what you believe in.

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u/DumbassAsian May 27 '22

Don’t tell everyone you don’t know why ur single cuz ur such a nice guy and women should give u a chance…. Everyone who hears you will know exactly why ur single and will probably make sure u stay single

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u/perfumefetish May 27 '22

For me - cats - yes, cats, if the guy is a cat-lover, he already scores points with me. Even more points if he is a kitty cuddler too.

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u/Dull-Journalist-5834 May 27 '22

Work ethic! And respect

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u/niranjim2411 May 27 '22

Honesty. 10 out of 10.

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u/BigRub6379 May 27 '22

Money, confidence, nice teeth.

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u/Traditional_Rip_8094 May 27 '22

Effort. Makes time just for me and to be with me

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u/cmccx May 27 '22

Not being afraid to express emotion. And for the love of god, the ability to communicate effectively.

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u/blood-lantern May 27 '22

There's an SNL skit of a gameshow called "Why is Benedict Cumberbatch Hot?" and I think it might have some info for you.

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u/Wanderingstray May 27 '22

Therapist reacts on YouTube about movies has it pretty good.

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u/nobullshitsallowed May 27 '22

Emotional maturity, humor and confidence (for the long-term)

But at first glance, the fit of the clothes, cleanliness, color of the eyes and quailty of voice

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

If you’re trying to seduce a bisexual woman… grow your hair and get your nose pierced

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u/Silent_Cantaloupe930 May 27 '22

Laid back, accepting, responsible, thoughtful, good sense of humor that isn't making fun of others.

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u/Ferbuggity May 27 '22

Primarily (on first sight) that he has the 'spark' of real intelligence is not girlish or terrified. Then, that he can be appealingly masculine while still having dignity and manners. Good looks help, I cannot lie, but I don't mind a guy with a busted mug who still exudes dignity and manly sex appeal.

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u/MarMeyLing May 27 '22

Money. The ugliest and oldest men have supermodel girlfriends, if they are rich enough.

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u/SpeedsterXP May 27 '22

Being well-mannered

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u/qpham- May 27 '22

Stability. A good relationship with the women in his life. Honestly if he can maturely talk about his ex (obviously we aren’t gonna go into depth. But I don’t him bad mouthing his ex. There are respectful ways of displaying your anger towards them even if the ex was in the wrong).

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u/5_cent_all_i_got May 27 '22

When you’re married, Drama of being single is gone. Just talk to the opposite sex like you’re with your friends. It’ll come and you won’t even notice it. Trust me. I’m not the most good looking guy in the world. Fact is, I’m only 5,2” tall, balding, broke but have a steady job, a bit fat, and old. Married for 10 years now. Having a partner in life really does make a difference.

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u/Mindless-Raise6385 May 27 '22

Stability, security and a great sense of humor.

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u/Kago0o May 27 '22

When they remember small details, have their own style

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u/Business-Party7422 May 27 '22

Confidence, honesty, kindness, manliness and a good sense of humour

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u/1993honsool May 27 '22

already said but hygiene

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u/UnimaginativeNameABC May 27 '22

Morris dancing skills

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u/voicecrack_ May 27 '22

When he respects women

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u/Fyrin839 May 27 '22

His brain! The way he communicates and treat others.

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u/Infinite101_ May 27 '22

Personality? Being passionate about a few things, but also being understanding of different interests and walks of life

Physically? His voice. Being tall, dark and interesting (since the handoms part makes me think of suits and boring people so). I also like the eboy look so there's that too

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u/Apprehensive_Pea_870 May 27 '22

Lets be honest, Physical Attractiveness.

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