the perfect man is one that is himself and never pretends to be who he isnt no matter what his faults or good points are. and treats a woman with kindness, honesty, respect and dignity and allows her to be herself no matter what as well.
I think to use the word perfect when you're speaking of men or women is setting yourself up for failure.
You don't have to set ideal man or give some standards. When you love all of that will be useless. Why? Sometimes your ideal man should not be your ideal partner.
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