Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
What body type is sexier?
#11
I prefer anything from slim to swimmers build, not necassarily musclular, broad shoulders and slim waist are a turn on. Love smooth guys.
Reply
#12
skinny-max average nice personalityBig Grin
i don't really am in muscular guys, but still they to have a perfect personality :| (i don't like dating them, since it's not fair that i hate the gym)
Reply
#13
Slim guys to mild muscle, not too cut, not overly muscular. I like em skinny but not so skinny that the ribs show (major turn off if they're a muscle-less build, not so bad when they're kinda muscular). Height doesn't matter, cute face is a major plus. Ugly personality is a deal breaker though, I wouldn't touch a jerk with a 10 foot pole.

So the exact opposite of my body type. lol.

But hopefully a similar personality :tongue:
Reply
#14
I'm really turned off by guys that are anorexic! Being a big guy myself I'm afraid I might break 'em or something. I prefer my men with a little meat on their bones. And hair is optional, could take it or leave it! :biggrin:
Reply
#15
archubbycub Wrote:I'm really turned off by guys that are anorexic! Being a big guy myself I'm afraid I might break 'em or something. I prefer my men with a little meat on their bones. And hair is optional, could take it or leave it! :biggrin:

Anorexic is frightening. lol. Hair isn't preferred, but as long as its not the Amazon jungle of body hairs its ok :tongue:
Reply
#16
So am I the only gay man out there that likes big fat hairy men with long bushy beards? Seems like everyone wants the same kind of guy
Reply
#17
I prefer "masculine" men.

I like muscle, but not the cut, well defined muscle one finds on the thread of male images (Stud of the Day).

Not really 'fat' but 'healthy' - thick.

I prefer men taller than me. A slightly difficult thing to achieve since I stand 6'2".

Unfortunately I am drawn to abusive men. I'm drawn to dominate mentalities, to men who equate large body-size with strength/power/control over others.

For the past 14 years I have been with a man who is opposite in just about every way from my 'type'. Shorter than me (5'10"), submissive (actually co-dependent), slender (150# and less) and far younger than me - he is 6 months younger than me.

I used to date/partner with older men (5-10 years older) larger, taller, stronger and dominate - too dominate.

My general age range has been in my decade or a tad more. Thus when I was in my 20's I was drawn to men in their 20's or their early 30's. Now I am drawn to men who are in the 40's to 50's. Needless to say, the majority of men on the Stud of the Day thread appear to be mere children to me and I have no interest in them. :biggrin:

I have so few secrets from anyone (including myself). My partner knows my real type, he also knows and I think understands that the reason why I am with him is because he is 'safe'.

My 'type' tends to be abusive, unsafe and those relationships usually ended badly (like with hospital and police involved kind of bad). Considering I have been with him for 14 years and have no real intent of moving on in the near future I think he is secure in the idea that I'm not going to go seeking 'my type'.
Reply
#18
Bowyn Aerrow Wrote:and far younger than me - he is 6 months younger than me.

6 months is far younger than you? I get that you typically like 5 to 10 years older, but 6 months younger is hardly something I would describe as "far younger". I would describe that as basically the same exact age.

There is 16 years between my partner & I, we have been together almost 15 years. That is what I would describe as me being "far younger" than him
Reply
#19
I was being a little tongue in cheek there. Sorry, the humor in my voice didn't carry in the written word.

I should use the winks and smilies a tad more often.
Reply
#20
Bowyn Aerrow Wrote:I was being a little tongue in cheek there. Sorry, the humor in my voice didn't carry in the written word.

I should use the winks and smilies a tad more often.

Oh ok, yeah, humor does not always come across very well in discussion boards without a little help
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)