What is Sexy?

I was blog hopping when I ran across this video. My first thought – after “of course I can handle gay pride” – was how focused the video is on hot bods. I mean, look at all that beef cake, most of it bare. So then why am I not the least bit turned on?

It took me a couple times through to figure out exactly what my problem is. I mean, just because the guys are only interested in other guys doesn’t mean I can’t drool a little. I like drooling. So it isn’t that the guys are unavailable or that they are gay. It’s the facial expressions.

These guys all lack a certain intensity. The guys I drool over are the ones who are on the prowl. I like a guy who can laugh, but to really get turned on, I want him to be intense.

What about you? What do you find sexy?

15 Comment(s)

  1. Clint Walker, our April Mr. Hunkalicious. LOL. All drooling aside, the six pack abs and muscled bodies don’t do a thing for me. Show me personality, confidance, and broad shoulders.

    Terri | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  2. I like an intense stare, like I’m the only woman in the world. Confidence is a turn on too, since I have very little. And compassion, that helps a lot too. I remember when I was upset about something, my husband opened his arms to me and said, “Come here. I have big shoulders.” Yep, that was just the right thing to say!

    Christiana | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  3. If you’ve seen one six pack, you’ve seen them all. Most the men I know who have killer bods are dumber than a box of rocks. I want intelligence, confidence and tenderness. Of course, the intensity Alice mentioned never hurt anyone either. :-)

    Sidney/Arianna | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  4. To me, sexy is an attitude: self-confidence without arrogance, humor with humility, quiet strength without bluster.

    I’m more likely to find a man’s laughter sexier than his six pack. :)

    Brynna | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  5. A uniform.

    LOL. Y’all know I love my six packs, but I want all that other stuff too. It has to be the real deal though. A smooth talker oozing with charm sends up red flags. It’s a huge turn-off, even more so than arrogance. I like confidence, intelligence, intensity.

    Renee | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  6. Looks to me like confidence in a man is extremely important.

    More so than a head of hair?

    Alice | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  7. For me too is more an attitude than brawn. Just the right combination of charisma and that certain savoir faire are harder to find than a well develop bod.

    Anastasia St. James | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  8. There is nothing LESS attractive to me than conceit and arrogance. I detest those men who flinch when you speak to them because they assume you’re going to hit on them or try to flirt or something. Guess what, dipshit, not every woman wants you.

    Now, I guess I like intensity since Russell Crowe has been my pretend BF for years. But I’m a beta lover so intelligence, wit, and humor go a long way. A guy who can make me laugh will get me every time. Even with the receding hairline. LOL!

    Well, not too receding…

    Terrio | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  9. Y’all have already hit all the important points on what makes a man sexy, and Brynna, I especially love your description. If I ever find a man like that and he treats me like I’m the center of his world, I may be in BIG trouble! LOL

    Oh, and Alice, a man with confidence don’t need no stinkin’ hair. ;)

    Sasha Allgood | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  10. Hey, there are some super sexy bald guys out there with the right attitude. :)

    Renee | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  11. Thanks, Sasha. And I agree with you and Renee. Bald CAN be beautiful when it comes with the right man. :)

    Brynna | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  12. Vin Diesel, need I say more?

    Sidney/Arianna | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  13. Excellent example, Cindy!

    Sasha Allgood | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  14. Yeah, but Vin’s got abs. :)

    Alice | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

  15. The flinch. Yeah. It makes me want to bop a guy.

    Alice | Jun 28, 2010 | Reply

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