If a man thinks large breasts are important is he shallow?
I doubt anyone thinks large breasts are "important". It may be what they prefer; similar to long hair versus short hair and so on.
Everyone is entitled to have their own "preferences" or be attracted to whatever they're (naturally) attracted towards without feeling guilty.
A man who refuses to date overweight women is called "shallow" while a tall 6ft woman who refuses to date a man simply because he is 5'4" is not considered shallow by most people. It's her "preference".
Generally speaking the only difference between having a "preference" and being "shallow" is when (other people disagree or dislike) your list of requirements! They want to shame or belittle you.
Life is a (personal) journey. Each of us gets to (choose) our own friends, lovers, and spouse. You're entitled to have your own "shopping list". Different strokes for different folks!
I did a lot of studying about fetishes for an article I wrote once. Almost everyone has a fetish, whether they realize it or not. Everyone has something that they really like that turns them on. Everyone is entitles to think whatever body part they like is important. Is a man that wants a woman with cute feet shallow because he doesn't want to commit to a woman with ugly feet because he will be unable to do what turns him on? Whether it be breast, butts, feet, legs, or any other part of the human body a person is entitled to seek out someone with the qualities that attract or turn them on. It is not shallow to prefer certain things in our mate.
He i snot shallow he just likes large breast which is not every body's choice.
The totality of a human being is far more magnificent than are singular body parts.
We aren't perfect. We are all somewhat flawed and all somewhat shallow doing the best we can. Grab hold of someone (even if it's by their boobs) and make a go of it.
If someone refused to date a perfectly lovely and otherwise totally compatible partner based on breast size, then yes, I would say that's shallow.
But I don't see anything wrong with having preferences. I think how much weight you give to physical preferences is what determines whether or not someone is shallow. I prefer men with dark hair, facial hair, a little bit rugged, at least a few inches taller than me... but none of those things would dictate whether or not I dated someone. They're just involved in the initial attraction. I've met several people who I've found to be attractive after getting to know them, even if they weren't my 'type' physically.
Suppose someone states they won't consider a toothless person, or someone who is extremely short, or unemployed, or has a criminal (past) who otherwise they're totally compatible. Everyone is entitled to pursue their "ideal" mate. It's preferences
Sure. I think we all have the tendency to be a little shallow, but it doesn't necessarily make us shallow people. I think to be a shallow person you'd have to give precedence to physical preference over other qualities.
I don't believe you can help what you're attracted to. If you hate coconut, your favorite color is blue, or dislike certain scents it doesn't make you shallow. Those things uniquely make you (you)! Shallow is a judgmental word used to shame us.
I don't really think it's judgmental - having a preference for hair colour or breast size isn't exactly 'deep', you know? I'm also not trying to say having physical preferences is bad, as long as it doesn't rank higher than more significant qualities
Being called "shallow" is not exactly a compliment. LOL! It usually means someone has judged (your preferences) to be substandard when compared to their own. It's an insult. You get to decide what is significant in your life! They just disagree.
Curious Aime, why should sexual attractions be dismissed? Doesn't it matter if the people are a perfect couple but can't find a happy sexual life because of differences?That would ruin the relationship if one was left feeling there wants didnt matter
I never said they should be dismissed. All I'm saying is that is that I think it would be shallow to disregard an emotional compatibility based on something like breast size.
I am perfectly okay with people not agreeing, but those are my thoughts!
Breast, thigh, drumstick. As long as it's a good bird; what the heck?
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