CONFEDENCE… knowing that there is a piece of you that is beautiful and holding onto that.
In this world there are many different definitions of what is truly beautiful about anything.
What is Beautiful about a boy (a child) His innocence is by far the most amazing beautiful thing and his ability to grown and learn how to become a well developed functioning member of society or rather a man. when I think of beautiful or beauty I think of what brings satisfaction to the mind, so what brings intense satisfaction to my mind? The little moments in life and the lasting memories the moments create things as simple as being able to have a long deep conversation with a man that would stand out from the Everyday chitter chatter, the beauty of a man is not within his blue eyes or his built body, its in the moments or the friendship you share, the conversations you hold and the similarity and differences between the two of you. simply… the things that built the bond that is so beautiful.
Justin Clynes is the most beautiful man, physically, that I can think of having ever seen an image of.
This is an extremely difficult question to answer. Immediately, I’m faced with the dillema that men aren’t often described as beautiful. In fact, to match many or most of the ideals of men prescribed by our society, it’s more often than not the goal to precisely not be beautiful. But as a gay male, artist, and open-minded person (not to mention, your friend!), I am going to attempt to plow through the problem and the question.
What you’re asking is slightly abstract… not very concrete or specific, so I’ll assume that it’s intentional on your end - so you can see the myriad of responses to such a question. I can think of beauty in three aspects of a man, and I will describe each: physical beauty, emotional beauty, and beauty of character or personality.
Physical beauty: I’m not one of those people with a specific ‘type’ that I’m attracted to. Hygiene is probably the first factor. They must be clean and show a certain level of vanity or self-awareness… Yet not overly primped. Neat eyebrows, but not sculpted. Facial hair is a plus (in fact, I’m not attracted to men without visible facial and/or body hair - contrary to the opinions of other men and women), but again, it must be neat. Long eyelashes add beauty. I have a ‘thing’ for noses - a beautiful nose, to me, is strong and linear. I don’t happen to be attracted to small, short, round, thin, or flat noses. Visible jawlines are beautiful, as well. As for the body: body hair is a plus, as mentioned, a firm and visible butt is better than none, and physical size or body type is not important - but an interest in health and wellness is.
Emotional beauty: Having an open-mind, yet a firmness enough to hold their own beliefs is beautiful. The ability to listen and learn, yet also to tell and to teach. Interest in the world around them, and an optimistic realism. The ability to respond to their environment and to the emotions of people around them. In a nutshell: open eyes and a guarded, but open heart.
Beauty of Character/Personality: No fear in being who they are; doing what they want in public and in private (cuddling, holding hands, saying “sweet nothings”). Ability to be soft, caring, nurturing and loving. Desire to never stop learning; intelligence. A sense of charity. A never-ending strive for betterment of all things. Not having an aversion to “manly” activities - fixing things, building, getting dirty on occasion, car maintenance, using hands, etc.
In conclusion, it’s hard to put these thoughts into words, let alone organize the thoughts. As someone who truly tries to take people as they come and not premeditate on these sorts of things, it feels wrong to formulate any expectations of strangers and unknowns. While most of these are qualities that I consider when dating or looking for a mate, they’re definitely not all that makes up a beautiful man… But this is simply my limited viewpoint. If anything more comes to mind, I won’t hesitate to share.
What is beautiful about a “man” or “boy”?
For a boy, well for children, their innocence because they still haven’t been exposed much to the world.
Hm…for a man, physically? I guess the structure of their body.
What does it look like?
Innocence? The beauty of not truly knowing about the dangers that the world holds.
Their broad shoulders and how they are lengthened out.
What does it make you think of?
That we all are walking a path in the same world. However we all are walking in different directions based upon our influences and our dreams.
It reminds me of strength. The beauty that the body’s form has a function.
What do you find beautiful about them?
The beauty of similarities and differences. We all are starting from a point and end at another. However we all are different people, living in a world with other living and nonliving things. We all are on this earth, connected in some way.
The beauty that the way the form is structured influences the performance of its function.
Confidence, happiness, and in control of his life. Can have messy hair and be able to get away with it.
Beauty is not a look but an attitude.
Narrow hips, defined nose, TATTOOOOOSSS, well thought out and well executed. a guitar helps too <3 J