Do men love women with deep husky voice or soft appealing ones..?
As a lady,i might not be in the best position to answer this,but i feel men prefer women with deep husky voice.sounds romantic and mature.soft voices could sometimes sound whiny:]
Halima oh wow thank you, Iv read this too, your comment is appreicated.it also depends how the man feels in reaction to voices...i presume..everybody has their own taste and choices...
Mistress of spice
Laughing out loud! This is a funny question, but generally speaking, if a women has a deep husky voice it is usually an indication that she may have a hormone imbalance. So, it is likely that she has other "manly" features. Unless the guy likes manly women, no guy is going to be attracted to a deep husky voice. Soft is cool though.
don't ask where I get this:
the women who have husky voice on phone, they looks prettier than those women who have appealing voice on phone.
I find it extremely sexy. No lie, I love it when a dude has a deep voice. Very manly indeed
Good grief,.......as women did not have enough to worry about!
Bust size, waist size, hip ratio, arch of eyebrows,
color of hoisery,
hem of skirts,
tops.......tailored or boxed
shoes......pumps, heels, spiked, flats........
NOW, our voices..........
no great wonder that women are crying out "F:" you.........just leave me alone is my battle cry.
i don't really care about a voice. i care about personality and mutual attraction.
It depend on how husky, or how soft, well i guess i would let the men answer the question, since i am all stuff up this morning(
Either voice type can be attractive. I know for me if a woman has a raspy sort of voice it can be extremely attractive. I think its all about the uniqueness of the voice because squeaky can be hot as well. If you've ever heard Kristen Schaal's voice (she's on the daily show, and also had a role in Toy Story 3) its squeaky and almost goofy but I find it strangely hot.
Onegoodwoman makes a strong point. Why worry about it; haven't women got enough to worry about?...
However, I'd like to mention something that might not have been thought about. When we meet someone for the first time, our immediate opinion might be of, say, "Wow! this woman has got it!" And then they speak, and the whole image is shattered.
This is because, whether we like it or not, we ARE judged by how we sound and what we say, as well as how we look and what we do.
Of course, this is only one old guy's point of view. I'm sure there are many others.
Your phrasing of the questions is interesting; your use of the word "appealing" shows that you have an answer in mind that you might like to see confirmed.
That being said, this seems to be one of those things that depends on the person. Some men love women to be petite, some men like women to be more substantial. (See what I did there?) It's all a matter of personal taste, I guess.
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