A boyfriend with a beard and side burns comes over as more loyal. Especially if he has cute friendly eyes. A guy's eyes can sometimes be his most attractive feature. I prefer a boy with big blue eyes. I also find it very attractive when a man has thick eyelashes and thick eyebrows. I think Simon Baker is a dream guy. So handsome, yet so cute. I also love dark, curly short hair on a man. It looks so much better when he is wearing styling gel if his hair is dark and thick. Black hair is most attractive on a guy. White teeth and a strong jawline are handsome too. I don't like a strong chin on a man though. Not a weak chin either. Just a medium chin. Thick calves and forearms, although not too muscled, are attractive too. I don't like prominent adams apples personally. My ideal guy is the business-man type. Handsome and fashionable. I personally am not a fan of tattoos or piercings. Orlando Bloom is a very attractive man for example. A mix of strong and soft features. Beautiful and handsome. I like it when my boyfriend is taller than me as well.
0Sexual orientation is a spectrum. Straight, gay, bi, lesbian do not cover the bases. Sexuality is a scale that can change throughout life because of new discoveries about yourself and others or because of new experiences. Very few people fall strictly under one label. Most people have a sexuality that falls somewhere in the grey zone leaning stronger to either black or white but most people's sexuality is not strictly black or white.
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+8I strongly suggest you don't take a sack of white marbles to hippo area of the zoo if you want to keep going back to the zoo...trust me.🙄 More
+7The Republicans control the Senate, the House, the White house, and they still can't get a bill to pass. They're the only team on the field and they'e still losing, amirite?
Is bowling racist? Think about it, 10 helpless white pins being attacked by a big black ball. Doesn't this sound very familiar?
I baked an apple pie this morning and now I'm suffering from white guilt and American elitism. What do I do to make the shame go away?
Do you know anyone who uses their race as a justification for being and indignant princess and for judging others harshly? What do you think about people like this? Are they lazy for not taking responsibility for their own actions in life and blaming everything on things beyond their control? Or do you think the world (especially 'white people') must spend the rest of eternity grovelling in apologies for previous barbaric centuries?