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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    I think there are a lot of good looking females on this forum, but I can't compare that to the number of good looking guys, because I don't know what a good looking guy is, I'm not homosexual. I guess it's a matter of opinion, and what you consider a good looking girl to be- I guess I'm pretty open as I've seen a lot.
    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    You don't seriously have to be a homosexual to say if a guy is good looking or not, do you?

    I mean my brother says he knows when a man could be competition in the looks department, so in that sense he can see it.

    Anyway I'm with the ladies, where is the OP's pic?
    I'm with BerberElla....what does being gay or not have to do with recognizing a good-looking person?

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    Certainly recognizing a hot man doesn't make a man gay. However, the last two men I knew of who had a much higher bar for women's attractiveness than for men's is now doing men. It makes sense. Time for some soul searching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    You don't seriously have to be a homosexual to say if a guy is good looking or not, do you?
    Nah, you definitely don't. It just can't make it past the "I don't want ppl to think I'm gay!" filter most guys have which was ingrained in them by middle school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Nah, you definitely don't. It just can't make it past the "I don't want ppl to think I'm gay!" filter most guys have which was ingrained in them by middle school.
    Yes, that process is pretty brutal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Nah, you definitely don't. It just can't make it past the "I don't want ppl to think I'm gay!" filter most guys have which was ingrained in them by middle school.
    That makes sense, women don't really get lesbian jibes from commenting on another womans appearance.

    Although when I told my friend she had amazing breasts I did feel compelled to add a disclaimer just incase she thought the wrong thing lol.
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    Yes, that process is pretty brutal.
    Especially on those who really are gay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    That makes sense, women don't really get lesbian jibes from commenting on another womans appearance.

    Although when I told my friend she had amazing breasts I did feel compelled to add a disclaimer just incase she thought the wrong thing lol.
    but do you sometimes think 'the wrong thing?' haha. i bet you do..........
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    Too lasy to read all the pages to find out where the subject ended up...

    Identifying whether a male is attractive based on a photo doesn't work as well as a simple picture of a female.

    Men will tend to be very superficial in their judgement of women. Women factor in quite a few other factors right away.

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    That's funny, the last time I made a comment about a guy's tight ass in leather (biker dude), it caught there attention.
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    What is the objective difference between an attractive guy and an unattractive guy? Other than obvious disfigurement and un/tidyness? I can't really see what is special about someone like Johnny Depp compared to the man on the street, they are just guys to me.

    Unless I am attracted to them myself, I can't see how I can give an opinion. I don't believe in objective beauty in women so the same applies for men I suppose.

    What am I supposed to be looking for?
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