​6 Traits Men Find Attractive In Women That Have Nothing To Do With

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It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what attraction is as it can unique from person to person. Attraction is defined as the feeling of liking someone, and the action or power of evoking interest, pleasure, or liking for someone or something according to the Oxford language. However, there are factors to attraction to women that come down to very specific traits.

These are the features that make women seem extra interesting or desirable that they seem to do effortlessly and without trying.

1. Confidence

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Confidence is beautiful! Men have admitted to liking a woman who goes after them and doesn’t wait for them to make the first move.

Men like women who are original and don’t give in to the latest fads. Women with confidence don’t seek approval, or need any extra attention from others.

People with confidence also possess a strong sense of self. It’s attractive when a girl can steal every pair of eyes in the room, but it’s even more alluring when she knows it.

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2. Kindness

Contrary to popular belief, I don’t think that people aren’t attracted to people who are nice. Who doesn’t like to be treated with kindness?

Men don’t want to be with a woman who is only kind to him or her friends and family. Kindness, compassion, and empathy are absolutely hot.

It’s important to remember, though, that a person who is “nice” to you doesn’t always mean a person is “good.” Someone who is nice to you, but mean to a waiter, is not a good person.

3. Positivity and Sense of Humor

Men are indeed attracted to pleasant, positive, and cheerful personalities in women.

These positive personality traits are associated not only with higher physical attraction but also social attraction—a key factor in choosing a long-term partner.

A natural smile conveys messages like optimism and stability, which are definitely qualities desired in a mate.

This isn’t to say you need to put on a happy face 24/7, but if you focus on being happy and positive, it’s a win for both of you.

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4. Strength and Independence

Having your own interests makes you interesting. Whether it’s your business that you adore, or you have emotionally and creatively fulfilling hobbies, the point is that you don’t need him.

You don’t need him to fill a void or make you happy.

Translation: You aren’t needy! Can you take care of business and hold your own if need be?

That strength takes some of the pressure off him, and allows him to want to be strong for you, as opposed to making him feel like he has to be strong for you.

5. Gentleness

Although strength and independence can be very attractive, so is gentleness, in action, deed, speech and appearance in women.

Men still want to wear the trousers and play protector and provider to women if you’ll let them. There is nothing more empowering for a man than feeling strong and useful to his woman, it’s incredibly attractive.

6. Being Comfortable With Her Intimacy

Romance is so much more enjoyable with a woman who knows what she’s into and isn’t ashamed about it. And, if she can teach him a thing or two, that’s even better!

They can journey into this together. A woman who is truly comfortable with her own body is less likely to judge her partner when he reveals his own preferences and fantasies.

This honesty can boost confidence and take the relationship on all sorts of incredible journeys!

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