TITLE: What Do Men Find Sexy?
By gene hudgens
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Too many women just do not understand what most men find sexy. Likely most men find something sexy in every woman. I think it was Clark Gable that related that he was especially turned-on by thin sexy ankles, but he fell in love with every woman he met.
What Do Men Find Sexy?
There is much more to being sexy than just a cute body. Everyone can not be physical-body-beautiful and most people aren't.
Vickey Weathers remarked to me, "While every woman may not be stunning, there is something about the scent of freshly shampooed hair or fresh from the shower skin that is irresistible." This is so true. It is the essence of sexiness.
I remember when I was a small boy that my grandmother often related her little quips and quotes like, "cleanliness is next to godliness" or "too many people have a hard time finding water and soap,even though they aren’t expensive" and "nothing changes a person's appearance as much as soap".
A fresh clean body, shiny hair, clean ears, clean shiny teeth, well kept finger and toe nails, clean unstained bra and panties, clean pressed clothes, and polished shoes in good repair (with out noisy heels) definitely promote sexiness. Few men expect a woman to smell like a fresh cake of soap, but few men enjoy a woman that smells sour.
Most women don’t really need makeup. If makeup is used it needs to be completely removed each day before going to bed. Old make up smells sour. Men love to get close to a soft fresh face.
A fresh breath is essential to being sexy. This requires frequent and proper cleaning and caring of the teeth. If cleaning the teeth does not solve a bad breath problem, than see a doctor for possible tooth decay or a sinus infection.
“Sexy is all about style and attitude.”
The expression, “clothes make the person” is sometimes correct, but a better expression is, “proper clothes make the person.” Fashionable, proper fitting clothes that are in season can definitely aid in sexiness. Sensible wear of accessories is important too. Hanging cheap-looking items from the earn, neck, or wrist is tasteless and certainly does not aid in sexiness.
Penciled eye brows instead of hair, excessive lip stick to enlarge the lips, harshly dye-colored hair, and caked make up are certainly not sexy. I just don't find clowns very sexy.
I feel that the strongest turn-offs are smoking, body piercing, and tattoos. Having a diamond or s ring hanging from the lip or nose is unnecessary, abnormal, circus-like, cheap, and revolting, just as tattoos are.
Even as a teen I never cared to date a girl that smoked. I dislike the awful stale smell of cigarette smoke on the breath, hair, clothes, and on room curtains. Smoking is definitely not stylish or sexy.
Small breasts are just as beautiful as large breasts. The hard unnatural feeling of an implant just isn’t sexy.
So many adjectives describe non-physical elements that are so often far more important in radiating sexiness than just physical looks. The ability to hold a conversation, poise, the way a woman stands, the softness of her speech, the stride of her step, the fire in her eyes, the flash of her teeth, her wit, and her character are strong positive elements of sexiness. Expensive clothes and a model’s-size waist are not the major elements of sexiness.
Apparently most women realize the importance of invigorating a man's sensual and sensuous appetite. That is why it's important that they understand that most men enjoy a variation of their diet (i.e. the whole woman...not just a beautiful body).
Many years ago a poet named Maya Angelou wrote the poem, “Phenomenal Woman.” I strongly recommend that every woman and man read this beautiful poem.
Submitted by Gene Hudgens
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