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Men Reveal Traits Women Are Insecure About That They Find Beautiful

by Ike Obudulu Last updated on July 22nd, 2017,

Got a big nose, tiny boobs, a pale face and curly hair? DON’T WORRY, GUYS STILL THINK YOU’RE HOT.

In a recent thread, a participant asked men, “What are physical traits that you think women are ashamed of/insecure about unnecessarily? (… Perhaps even likeable?)”

Turns out, almost ALL of your insecurities about your body are NBD.

Obviously, they were never a big deal in the first place, and the fact that these guys are just now saying they don’t care about them shouldn’t really change anything. But hey, a little confidence boost never hurt anybody.

Here are some of the best responses:

Nobody cares how big (or small) your boobs are!

Boobs are boobs, they’re all amazing.

– /u/metralo


Stretch marks are cool!

I couldn’t give two bleeps about stretch marks. They kind of look like tiger stripes.

– /u/raiden_the_conquerer

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If anything, your cellulite is a good thing.

Cellulite. I never really thought that it looked unattractive. To me it was just something women with a big booty naturally have.

– /u/aguad3coco


Your feet aren’t too big.

Big Feet, which is funny because i’ve heard it from multiple women. I like feet, so this works.

Win-Win.

– /u/mercfh85

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There’s a guy out there who likes your belly and your “jiggly arms.”

I like fat girls so most things that go along with that are fine with me. Poochy bellies, jiggly arms, cellulite, stretch marks, these are all good things to me.

– /u/showmethebiggirls


He doesn’t care if your booty doesn’t look like Kim K’s.

Small butts, I like that.

– /u/Daeron1Targaryen

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You’re not too tall.

I like tall women, 6′ 2″ or higher and I’m just 5′ 10″.

– /u/Clyde_Vidrine


Height. Don’t worry too much about it. Too short? Too tall?

It doesn’t matter to me (unless you’re 20-feet tall, then it might matter).

– /u/cylonrobot


Your legs aren’t too muscly for him.

Muscular legs, met so many women who thinks it looks bad their legs have some shape instead of looking like twigs and don’t workout because of it, why ladies!?

– /u/totaled50

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They don’t care about your curly hair.

Curly hair. I wish more women would embrace their curls instead of straightening them out.

Yes, I’m particularly attracted to Mediterranean women with curly hair.

– /u/SalvoCamilleri


Your labia are just fine.

Some girls are upset they have large labia…and there’s nothing I love more than a big clit and large labia.

– /u/shelovesmeeee

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“Thunder thighs” can actually be a good thing.

When I first used the term “thunder thighs” on my ex, I did not know it tends to be used negatively. I thought it was just a term that generally meant nice, shapely thighs.

– /u/DarthSka


Stop wasting all that money on bikini waxes.

Body hair. Yes, society does stigmatize it, but that’s the problem with society, not them

– /u/EHG123


Pubic hair and small ladies

– /u/Rusty51

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Your big nose is NO problem at all.

I like bigger noses. I don’t know why but I’m way into it. Also small boobs, can’t get enough of ’em.

– /u/lazy-lobo


Some girls have bigger noses and dislike them. I’ll never understand this. Look up Sara Bareilles or Hailey Gardiner. They have bigger noses, but I find them extremely gorgeous, nose and all.

– /u/sykilik101


I like a big nose, it can add a lot of character to a pretty face.

– /u/Whatsthedealwithair-


Freckles are definitely not a turn-off.

Freckles… Yup

– /u/Highspeed350

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Your small frame is still saxy.

Small boobs/ass. Friend of mine is ridiculously attractive but has a very small ass and smallish A-cup boobs. She jokes about them but you can tell she’s covering up a massive insecurity, thing is they look great on her. Small frame with ass and boobs to match looks great.

– /u/Dr-Dinosaur

As I said before, we’re strong, independent women who don’t need a bunch of dudes to validate us. BUT a little compliment never hurt anybody

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Ike Obudulu

Ike Obudulu

Versatile Certified Fraud Examiner, Chartered Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor with an MBA in Finance And Investments who has both worked for and consulted with some of the world's largest companies on main street and wall street in over 20 countries, Ike brings his extensive reporting and investigations experience to bear on his role as Chief Editor.
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