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  • What matters is how you feel around her and how you are attracted to her. How other people feel about the situation shouldn't matter. I don't think it's weird at all to want to date and possibly have a relationship with anyone that you like or feel comfortable around.
  • No. I think it's normal. There are plenty guys out there who'd rather have a tomboy. In fact, a woman who is too girly can be hard to deal with. I have an aunt who has a princess complex. She's ultra-feminine and she excepts a man to take care of her for everything.
  • My ex wife was athletic and didn't wear a lot of make up. My current girlfriend is girly and likes to shop. The only difference is that I have to wait more often now for her to get ready and she shops while I stay home and watch sports. The ex would watch sports with me. Aside from that, basically the same in the hay:)Men are very easy to please.
  • Not all women are "girly"....gay or straight. I know plenty of straight women who are less girly than I am. I know I'm not the girliest woman in the world, but I'm certainly not "butch" either. My hair is short, but I wear makeup and jewelry and I carry a purse, too. You're attracted to who you're attracted to...what does it matter how "girly" she is?
  • I can see where there would be lots of benefits actually.
  • NO, why would that be a problem. It's not wrong or BAD to be a woman who isn't "girly"
  • No, its not weird, lots of guys date females who are not very feminine, its a matter of taste
  • It could be cool. My gf is girly. It takes her 2 hours to get ready to go out. However she loves football and basketball. So that's a plus.
  • I am like, one of the "guys, but I also, clean up well, LOL. I have just as many (boy) clothes, as I do, feminine clothes.
  • It's just your own taste in women-not neccessarily weird.
  • There's a lid for every pot
  • ..lots of men, including me, prefer strong women...usually athletic types (but not always)...with a sense of who they are (that they don't define in relationship to the "pack or herd")....typically, these women are labeled tomboys(but not always)...
  • Of course not. Your FRIENDS may tease you (and if they overdo it, or are totally unmerciful, they aren't your friends in the first place), but "love knows no bounds." Go for it, if you like her. Good luck! ;-)
  • Whatever works for you is what works for you. I personally would rather have the really girly type. I like to watch sports and go fishing with the boys. For me, space is a big deal in a relationship. If you have a partner that has completely different interests than you, she will be less likely to be upset when you go out with the boys and not take her. My wife never even wants to go with me to a football game, and I don't like to go with her to the mall. So if it works for you than fine, but be careful about being with somebody who has the exact same interests as you.
  • In poetical style: IT IS NOT WEIRD YET IS 100 PER CENT ABSURD!
  • I am not "girly" and that has never stopped me from getting dates. I am not "butch" either, I just don't think that "girly" is all that attractive in some situations. I can play a "Barbie doll" with the best of them when I'm in the mood to.
  • No way! I'm not girly..and my husband likes me that way...It could be because i have interests that he can relate to...I'm not into shopping and things that alot of girls are into.
  • I hope so, otherwise I'm screwed! I've found the girlier ones tend to be more high maintenance (of course this isn't always true). I don't wear makeup often at all, loathe shopping, don't own a lot of clothes or shoes, don't care much for fashion, blah blah. And I love video games and beer. Guys I date seem to like all that stuff about me, haha. That's really all I can say.
  • If I understand your question correctly, Of course not! Why would it be weird?
  • oh, it's totally weird ;P haha and im really offended... :) lol, just kiddin zack :) ovcourse its not weird, and i dont think you've offended anyone :)
  • No its not weird at all.
  • No, why would that be weird, unless there's more to the story. Everyone has their own taste - that's what makes the world go round. It's nice that there's someone for every type of person.
  • Nothing weird about it Zack....i'm no girly girly, i lift heavy stuff,independant, i will do a man's job, get my hands dirty, drink beer, i wont cry if i break a nail and i think thats why some men dig me....:) nothing wierd with tomboys :)
  • Not at all! My wife is a real "tomboy" as they say at times; it's wonderful. She cleans up nice too. (an old saying). (-:
  • no thats not weird....Im not a girly girl and I think thats why some guys like me...I like to do a lot of the same stuff they like to do :)
  • I was a tomboy when I was little and at 46 I am still a tomboy. I am glad that there are guys who like that. If people all liked the same thing they would all be going after the same woman. I suppose it also makes me a little more aggressive in the bedroom which my partner seems to enjoy.
  • not at all :)
  • I don't think so. I'm not "girly" and my dating track record has been quite good. To me, "girly" means high maintenance..focusing on self entirely too much..."am I fat? I "need" to have designer clothes...what can I do with my hair? My nails need to be done...maybe I should have botox? There's a great sale..I need a whole new wardrobe" It's always me me me me me me me. So I don't know where you'd even fit in a "girly girl's" life, Zack! :)
  • There's nothing weird about that at all. I dated the ultra feminine types when I was younger and I think it would be refreshing to get involved with a rugged female sometime in the future.
  • No offense taken Zackie. I am not a girly girl and men still date me with no problem :)
  • I don't really like very many girly-girls. I like a girl who can change a flat tire. A girl who's not afraid to get her hands dirty. there's lots of guys like us out there.
  • Not at all Zacky. My ex wife was not a typical girly girl and I loved her in some ways for it
  • i am far far from girly.........but i have found that men like that, it doesnt take me hours to get ready,
  • Not at all! I am in a relationship with a guy who is deluding himself that there's some ultra, low-maintenance hottie out there for him (I'm nothing to toss a stick for, but he's got younger woman syndrome, I think. He's 35 and I'm 38), and I'm kind of a tomboy that loves to fish, hike, boat, do crazy things, and who's really hot in the sack but 100% loyal. He won't commit to me, but won't let me go, either. I know it's my fault (why invest in the cow when you get the milk for free, eh?) and I'm not hurt over it, but I need to get out of this before I suddenly become attached (I totally wasn't for the first month, but I've become exclusive with him as far as sex, going out, staying in, etc. Oops!) or something and get hurt (I keep feelings out, and other guys in, as far as talking on the phone and coffee. For some reason, those guys are FASCINATED with me!). So, if you like this chick and treats you like you're the only guy in the room (even tomboys like to give sexy, furtive glances to their man), then go for it!
  • I saw this and HAD to answer! I am far from being a dyke, but I am a football loving, mud rolling, fishing, hunting, gun loving woman. It is more than possible to be attracted to more than just girly girls. My opinion is, what would be better than drinkin a beer, watchin football right next to a chic as opposed to getting yelled at for it??
  • Not at all. I'm a woman and I was a tomboy growing up. I used to hide my chest because boys made fun of me because of it. I hated wearing dresses and skirts. And I was allergic to make-up. I also had a hardcore star trek addiction. But my man saw my beauty that was on the inside and made me feel like a beautiful woman. I wear tighter shirts now and it drives him crazy. He had a star trek addiction too, so it worked well that way. So guys do not like the pomp girls go through and just want simple yet beautiful. Or someone they can relate to, like a girl who likes to play or watch sports. Or you may be gay/bisexual and not sure how to deal with these feelings and project them onto less girly women. But you would probably know if you were attracted to men. So this is the less likely answer of them all.
  • It's not weird at all, I would rather date a not so girly girl because then we can do things like tramping and camping and climbing etc. +5
  • There are many different ways to be feminine and "girly" if you will. I run marathons, like to workout, hike with my dogs, and scuba dive. I personally think it's more feminine and sexy to be strong and take care of your body instead of sit on the couch and paint your nails.
  • Sure it's weird in my opinion but don't let that stop you. If you like it why not?
  • No. It's good there are people who like different kinds of women. (and men) This way not everyone is fighting for the other ones... And there are more women for me. ;) Hahaha. ;) . Besides it would be a sad world if those who were not exactly "perfect" (in some people's opinions) to be left alone. What matters in the end is who You enjoy. And You might see "perfection" in a person that others see as uninteresting and vice versa.

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