A great hub about a womans choice in men
Yup this is me in my dressed for networking look, but its not a Metrosexual look at all
Awesome hub Tammyswallow wrote, it was very well written, very professional, but what I loved most was her courageousTopic
First off I would like to tell you that I have experienced many differing phases as a young man, leading up from puberty and all the way out into grown adulthood, or manhood as most men would put it.
Peer pressure has always been my pet peeve though, and surely when it comes to looks and everything ever since I we're young, first it begins with parental pressures, and then siblings, then friends, and finally strangers all saying similar things as I grew over the years, and all about what they think it is to be a man, when much of it was their own opinions pretty much.
I never totally listened to it all, and simply decided to do me, by learning about manhood without the added distractions. What I discovered is that it takes a whole lot to endure what a male goes through in life, due to all these pressures of acceptance, and high expectations from even their own family. This is not to say that any of it is totally wrong, but its also not totally right either.
As a child I always knew there was something majorly wrong with many things, and especially that of many social groups crafted out of this kind of pure acceptance, approval/disapproval means, that many of my peers actually chose to associate with. Society as a whole seemed to even follow such social trends, and so I thought that maybe it was influence coming from a higher source or format that lead to this occurrence, and the whole role model game (Maybe Television, media, movies, etc....).
The point I'm driving at here, is that good ole term known as 'superficial', which causes many people to lose sight of what it is to simply be human. People tend to think its all about looks, the whole modeling imagery of Hollywood glamor, and that includes both male and females who stay so status conscious. This is why I strayed so far away from such high standards as a child, and now into adulthood to avoid being stigmatized into such stereotypical demographic groups or many people know it today as becoming a follower type of person. You know those people whom tend to strive to remain grouped into the popular trends of society, and similar to how the Metrosexual males aim follow many of the hot trends of fashion, in their own ways.
Yes, I do feel its important to have immaculate hygiene, and yes it is important for anyone male or female to show they take pride in how they appear to others, but no I cannot agree with over doing it all, and so I like your philosophy and take on the whole Metrosexual thing. So I chose to purchasing lower standard clothing, and more average looking stuff, and I don't do the manicure or pedicure thing at all. I simply clip my nails with a nail clipper, plain and simple.
Tammyswallow a class act on facebook - She's a Awesome writer
I hope that tells you what kind of Man I've grown to become, just a plain old simple hard cut guy, who cares less about looking spiffy, or like a billboard model or something. Its just a matter of personal preference for sure.
Awesome Hub and Metrosexual, or what ever sexual titling doesn't really phase me none @tammyswallow, people have the right to look and feel the way they choose in my most humblest, and honest opinion just as is, its your right to like whom ever you choose out of the bunch.
Now just think, imagine if everyone looked the same in the whole entire world, where would there be a choice of variety to choose from, things would simply go dull, and boring to me. So I do agree that your choice in men is a great one, but I think everyone should have their own look and choice to choose as well, but I respect your views for sure. Thanks for writing such a cool hub, and for showing us all your point of view on the mating game, and selectivity of one.
Tammyswallow is a prime example of a writer who holds nothing back, I provided her profile up above, and a image of her hub about Metrosexual men has inspired me to write this hub here. "Thanks Tammyswallow for the inspiration, your hard work and dedication as a true writer on hubpages will bring you great success, and I wish you only the best in your future travels in life as well."
Her Awesome Hub Titled---> Give Me a Cowboy Any Day- Why Today's Metrosexual Male is Unattractive to Women
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