Square jaw isn't masculine


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It is our theory that squarer jaw in women (and men) is superior in pressure efficiency, is also more beneficial for overall facial and neck growth of bones, and is thus often an attribute of superior beauty.
We also theorize that a square jaw is NOT a characteristic of masculinity, and we will try to demonstrate this in this page.


I) Effect of excess testosterone and growth hormone on bone growth

Square jaw is often associated with masculinity. The reason for this, is because there IS a real relation between jaw bone growth (and more generally all bone extremities),  testosterone (the male hormone) and growth hormone.
It is widely known among the bodybuilders community, that high intake of testosterone and/or GH might cause changes in facial bones, in particular in the jaw bones.

To illustrate this, here are examples of a man with very manly face and body, the wrestler Hulk Hogan.


Hulk Hogan, wrestler


Hulk Hogan was a popular professional wrestler, is 6 ft 4 Inches tall, and weights about 300 lbs. Such a physique can only be attained with high levels of natural or artificial GH and testosterone. Looking at his face and body, there is not the slightest doubt, he is 100% virile. Yet, as you may notice, he doesn't have a square jaw (and no big cheekbones). Quite the contrary in fact, there is almost no angle below the ear, and one can drawn an almost straight line from the ear lobe to the chin. His jaw fits several of our weak jaw standards as defined on our Theory page. Yet no one can say  that Hulk Hogan looks like a woman. So what makes his face so manly aside from the mustache ?
Answer is simple: his well developed chin, his broad nose and heavy eye brows. These are typical signs of high testosterone / GH. This is our point: high level of Gh and testo doesn't have influence on degree of jaw angle: it can have effect on bone extremities growth.
One should note that it isn't systematic: high testosterone / GH doesn't always translate into big chins...... but the fact that high supplementation of these can cause growth in some bodybuilders, establishes a correlation between androgenic hormones and bone extremities. Think of androgenic male hair loss: it is a complex mechanism involving male hormones, yet not all males are susceptible to it although all males have the hormones circulating in their blood.


Brock Lesnar, UFC fighter
In red: androgenic bone growth zones

In the image above, we show in red where high level of androgenic hormones, might induce bone growth.



II) The jaw plane and the jaw angle

To establish the angle of the jaw plane, we are using a simplified method. We draw a straight line, perpendicular to the floor line, and touching the ear lob. Then we draw a second line, that follows the jaw line, and connect it to the first line. This gives us the jaw angle.
The squarer the jaw, the smaller the angle. Perfect square jaw angle would be 90 degrees, but this is extremely rare. Here are two examples:


Small jaw, big angle

Square jaw, small angle

The typical weak jaw on the left has a big angle, where the jaw on the right (actress Kira Clavell), forms a smaller angle, closer to 90 degrees..
It is our theory that this jaw angle, ISN'T determined by androgenic factors: it is determined genetically, and is independent from sexual influences. One can take absurdly high doses of testosterone and growth hormone, it will NOT change the squareness of the jaw angle although it might induce bone growth.

So yes, testo and GH might shape chins, brows, nose and even bone at the angle of the jaw, but it will not change the degree of the jaw angle which is determined by other factors.
How does it translate ?
- Men with big chin, and generally large jaw might look very virile, and it might shaped by high level androgenic hormones, independently or the squareness of the jaw, as shown with Hulk Hogan non square jaw above. So yes there can be a relation between chin / jaw size and virility.
- Man with natural square jaw angle, with high level of androgenic hormones (either natural or supplemented) might give the impression of an extremely big and virile jaw: androgenic hormones might grow bone on the naturally square jaw, increasing its prominence.
- Women with square jaw, aren't shaped by androgenic hormones. Androgenic influence, as we saw, translate very differently, and affects chin (typical masculine chin), brow, nose, jaw prominence. Such women can look 100% feminine, ultra sexy even with the square jaw.
- Women with very big chins and jaws, not necessarily square, can look masculine, just as some delicately boned men can look feminine. It's independent from the jaw angle, and depends more on facial bone mass at extremities.



III) More examples

Here are additional examples of manly faces, with non square jaws.

Nick Nolte, Actor

Jason Statham

Vin Diesel, Actor

Nick Nolte has the typical virile chin, but just like Hulk Hogan, his jaw is not square, and has almost no jaw angle.
Jason Statham has a very manly face, but it certainly doesn't come from the soft angle of his jaw. Rather, it comes from the typical tall chin testosterone shaped.
Vin Diesel, is another muscle guy, but with small non squared jaw and a little chin.

Here is an interesting comparison, between a frequent visitor of this site, called Persian Square jawed beauty, and the profile of Vin Diesel, as charted in our theory page.


Square jawed profile (Persian Square jawed beauty):
  • B-C line, the jaw plane, is straight, almost parallel to the floor.
  • There is a notable A-B distance. A-B is perpendicular to the floor.
  • B is an angle. The smaller the angle, the squarer the jaw. Angle is 90 degrees on very square jawed women
  • Chin and cheekbones are often projecting
  • Skin under jaw is very tight. Double chin is rare or will appear at a later age.
  • Mandible  is often heavily muscular and strong
  • Sexy !!


Non square jawed profile (Actor Vin Diesel):
  • No notable angle at B. No notable A-B line. You could almost draw a line from the ear lob right to the chin point.
  • B-C is curve.
  • Chin and cheekbones are less projecting.
  • Mandible bone is thinner, less muscular.
  • More prone to double chin.

 


It's amazing how Persian Square jawed beauty fits our square jaw chart. We elaborated this chart on our theory page, before ever seeing a picture of Persian.
Do you see our point now? Here is a picture of a young woman with a super square jaw that forms almost a perfect 90 degrees angle, who still look infinitely more feminine  than a muscle guy with a non square jaw.
Who could affirm that Persian Square jaw having more testosterone than Vin Diesel is the reason of her squarer jaw ?
It is evident, in this example that androgenic hormones have nothing to do with squareness of jaw and jaw plane inclination. Persian square jawed beauty has good genetic information that allowed her to develop a square jaw that is simply an evidence of her very efficient bite force capabilities.


IV) Conclusion
Squareness of jaw isn't determined by androgenic hormones. There are very feminine women with very square jaw, and very masculine men with non square jaws. Yet, these men always have more serum testosterone and growth hormone circulating in their body.
Androgenic hormones can affect bone extremities growth, and although big chins and jaws can be the result of these hormones influences, a "manly" jaw isn't characterized by the angle of the jaw itself. Manly jaw is rather characterized by bone mass at extremities which give typical virile shape to chins, massetter attachments and other subtle traits that would deserve another article.
A square jaw is the result of predetermined genetic information and is the translation of increased efficiency in chewing mechanism and bite force. Both women and men can exhibit the configuration. This site is interested in women because of the author's personal tastes and fascination.


Comments

what maks vin diesel

what maks vin diesel masculine then?

Many details: skin

Many details: skin thickness, nose size and shape, same for the ears, skull and forehead shape, lips shape, teeth, face height, neck width.....

i just have one more enquiry

i just have one more enquiry for you if you

will the androgens and gh effect growth of you facial "bones" after puberty?

I think it can only if you

I think it can only if you massively (health threatening) supplement. But it won't change your jaw angle: only make the extremities grow.
You can notice this in some pro bodybuilders: their huge jaw can't be a coincidence.

so how much testosterone do

so how much testosterone do i need in ng per dl. in my blood to make my facial bones extremities grow after puberty?

and what do you mean by extremities growth?

hi i know that black

hi

i know that black africans have the highest testosterone levels

and i wonder how come they dont look very masculine i mean no prominent braws, no well defined chin, big eyes, fuller lips etc etc

and no a completely different question

does testosterone make these masculine changes in you after puberty? or nor

Traits such as weak chins in

Traits such as weak chins in some pure blacks, and other configuration are the result of the negroid racial characteristics (and not inefficient development).
Very high level of testosterones in blacks bodybuilder translates in the same way: growth of bones extremities, but not necessarily in the same shapes as the other races (caucasoid, mongoloid).

yeah, I've always thought

yeah, I've always thought that Caucasians had bigger jaws, but after reading an article, I learned that Mongoloids have larger, more developed jaws. I didn't believe it at first, then I learned that bigger jaws simply mean stronger bite force. Africans and Asians discovered fire after the Europeans, so they needed larger jaws to break down uncooked meat.

I wonder if that's why I, as

I wonder if that's why I, as a Caucasian, have a special attraction to African ladies and ladies from the Americas and Carribbean of African descent who have a square jaw. But in the Americas and Carribbean, many of them also have Native American blood anyway.

Yes, it may be a sign that

Yes, it may be a sign that they have a strong bite force, but it is a particular sign of more estrogen in the system. Men with a flat jaw, from chin to mandible, is a sign he's carrying around too much estrogen. So many men these days have this specific characteristic while more women are showing an angular jaw. This is both responsible for and a by-product of the role flip in society. This very specific feature exchange is responsible for sexual dysfunction, infidelity, divorce, accelerated aging, and pretty much every disease on the planet. The role and physiology flip has benefitted no one.

I know it’s been a year

I know it’s been a year since this post, but for anyone reading this, the first people to use fire were those who lived in what is now South Africa, Israel, and China. People who lived in Europe were the LAST people to control fire, not the first.

I disagree with this

I disagree with this article, first of all most masculine men are ugly, like the ones you have shown, well to me anyway, as I am a straight male and can not understand on any level why women are attracted to masculine men (at least aesthetically ), because the female sex is the only sex that is beautiful IMO, probably because it looks so youthful . Ok I guess Jason Statham is ok.

Women magazines feature mostly attractive women and hardly any males, and as studies show, women are only attracted to masculine men when they are ovulating, because masculine men appear to make women think they are big and strong enough to protect their babies when they are born.

Now I am not saying Women are lesbians, but they prefer to look at pretty women rather than masculine men, because Women are a work of art, both in the face and the female body and masculine men are just so boring to look it.

Testosterone and GH usually ruins males faces by making them less cute and more uglier with big long elongated square jaws, which ironically, by evolutionary standards is considered attractive and used to draw women in, but for this society the face becomes unmarketable. This is why a few cute childstars on tv loose their looks once they go through puberty and are no longer marketable, for example Jeremy Jackson (Hobbie) from Baywatch. However, some males like GQ models don't look ugly with big square jaws and I guess maybe what society considers beautiful as they still have some boyish youthful and non elongated face, rather cute feminine look to them like thick cupid bow lips for example. This type of beauty is called androgynous beauty, having both masculine and feminine or cute boyish characteristics.

I don't know what women want, I only know what is marketable and the majority of masculine men are not marketable, yet women find them attractive by evolutionarily standards, according to studies like Nature Journals, not by me!

Secondly, if I see a woman with a square jaw, the girl looks masculine to me, why? despite what you say, the square jaw is a masculine trait and by Darwinism, women should be attracted to that because it makes the males not look like weaklings. So masculine women that have square jaws like Gisele Bundchen, who looks like a transvestite to me, is masculine looking women.

However, I defiantly agree that a big chin makes a man look masculine, especially when it is squared with a dimple in it, but it is not the only thing.

Thirdly, just because some masculine men don't have square jaws doesn't mean it is not a masculine trait. Any man that I see with a big square jaw looks masculine to me and like a said before, the same thing goes for women. Now does this put me off women? No, because even if the jaw is square but not big like a mans, as long as the inner part of the face, like the eyes and lips are feminine, for example Jessica Simpson, I still think the girl looks hot, again another example of androgynous beauty. However, this is not the case with Gisele Bundchen, everything about her looks like a man to me, I cant see any feminine qualities when it comes to her.

I know it is not a prerequisite to have a square jaw to look masculine as like you said there are plenty of men without it, and they still look masculine, but you can not say it is not masculine trait. Showing a women with an angled square jaw does not mean she has no masculine qualities just because she is a female, she has androgynous beauty.

I look forward to your comments,

thanks,

Steve,

Hi, welcome to the site.

Hi,
welcome to the site.

I disagree with this article, first of all most masculine men are ugly, like the ones you have shown, well to me anyway, as I am a straight male and can not understand on any level why women are attracted to masculine men (at least aesthetically ), because the female sex is the only sex that is beautiful IMO, probably because it looks so youthful . Ok I guess Jason Statham is ok.

It's not honest to say the the female sex is the only one that can be beautiful. You seem  like an hetero that absolutely don't want to sound gay. Well, I'm not gay, that doesn't prevent me to recognize objective male beauty. Not to be confused with sexual attraction.
Also you associate female sex with youth, that's not clear. Youth can certainly be attractive, but it has nothing to do with sex gender in  itself.

Secondly, if I see a woman with a square jaw, the girl looks masculine to me, why? despite what you say, the square jaw is a masculine trait and by Darwinism, women should be attracted to that because it makes the males not look like weaklings. So masculine women that have square jaws like Gisele Bundchen, who looks like a transvestite to me, is masculine looking women.

Nope it's not the case. Square jaw (degree of angle of the jaw plane with floor level / the more parallel, the squarer the jaw) is NOT an androgenic characteristic. Bonne mass at the extremities (chin, jaw angle) is. This is why you can find square jawed women that look feminine, and non square jawed men with typical chin mass that look very masculine.
You will find many women with square jaw, but it is very  rare to find a woman with a man's chin. Testosterone injection, DO NOT change orientation of jaw angle, but adds bone mass to chin and jaw angle, thus jaw may appear square, but isn't truly more square as jaw plan doesn't change. Testosterone induced transformation, is a clear hint at how it affects the body.
I have seen 90 pounds minuscule, frail and feminine asian females, yet with hyper square jaws almost as wide as their shoulders. This was certainly not due to high degree of male hormone in their body. And as shown above, testosterone freaks are not necessarily square jawed.


By the way, the beauty square jaw criterias on this site, apply in the same manner to men. We don't talk about men on this site, because I'm just not fascinated nor attracted by male square jawed beauty.

Here is a picture of masculine man with a non square jaw. The masculinity comes from the chin. There can be no mistake about it. Also you wouldn't be objective if you said he is not beautiful (i'm not talking about sexual attraction).

 

Ron

Dear Ron, I think I might of

Dear Ron,

I think I might of went a little bit overboard about the beauty thing. Most articles I have read agree that women are the most attractive sex, which is what I agree as well. I have nothing against homosexual men, I just don't know what they see in a man that makes them attracted to them, because most men are so boring to look at it. Anyway that argument is off track so I even apologize for writing it in the first place.

However, I still think a square jaw is a masculine trait that occurs through puberty, because the first thing that comes to my mind when I see a woman with a square jaw is, she looks a bit masculine.

Please find me a child with a square jaw like Casper Van Diens for example, then I might believe your argument. Or better yet show me a female that looks feminine with a square jaw, because while the ones on the first page of your website do look beautiful they still look masculine to me, and thus have androgynous beauty. This is a quality most fashion female supermodels have.

Also, I have seen plenty of women with big chins with dimples in them, which I agree with you is a masculine trait and puts me off them but only a little, they are about as common as square jawed women.

I don't think Testosterone will change the shape of the jaw if the person does not have the genetic potential to do so, be it whether they are a man or woman. Growth hormone is more about jaw elongation rather than making the jaw wider unless the person is over the age of 30.

I agree that the last picture you show of a man looks masculine to me, yet still see nothing beautiful about him and can only go by the fact that since he has a masculine chin women would be attracted to him by Darwinism, as he looks like a protector for their babies. Nevertheless, men that look like that are a dime a dozen so I can not see his face being very marketable. However, maybe that is just me?

thanks,

Steve,

Of course, you won't find

Of course, you won't find Casper Van Dien jaw shape on children, because his jaw is massively influenced by puberty testosterone.
But, you can find square shaped and broad jaw in children, when you look at the inclination of the jaw plane. I don't have pictures, but I saw several cases.

By the way, you can find men with square jaw AND androgenic male characteristic. If you look at actor Dolph Lundrgren, he has both. In such cases jaw appears square and very big.

But from your other later post, I can see we finally more or less agree on the principle of the theory.

Examples of very feminine,

Examples of very feminine, dainty square jawed beauties are Audrey Hepburn, Michelle Pfeifer, Shalom Harlow, Vipasha Agarwal, Shipra Malik, Donna Reed, Carole Lombardo...only to name a few. Furthermore, Giselle Bundchen isn't square jawed. Her jaw is quite chiseled and her chin is squared, but her jaw doesn't fall into this site's formula for square. Giselle Bundchen is unfeminine on account of many things. She has a thick nose bridge, somewhat narrow face, and she has no curves on her body, and naturally almost non-existent breasts (I don't know if she had a breast job for her lingerie modeling.) She is not even featured here. Take a good look at the women mentioned and ask yourself if you see any masculinity in them.

Ron: "Nope it's not the

Ron: "Nope it's not the case. Square jaw (degree of angle of the jaw plane with floor level / the more parallel, the squarer the jaw) is NOT an androgenic characteristic. Bonne mass at the extremities (chin, jaw angle) is. This is why you can find square jawed women that look feminine, and non square jawed men with typical chin mass that look very masculine.

You will find many women with square jaw, but it is very rare to find a woman with a man's chin. Testosterone injection, DO NOT change orientation of jaw angle, but adds bone mass to chin and jaw angle, thus jaw may appear square, but isn't truly more square as jaw plan doesn't change. Testosterone induced transformation, is a clear hint at how it affects the body."


The above sentence is a quote from you, which is what I am commenting on.

After doing some thinking, I think you might be right about the square jaw theory. Its not the jaw that is square but the face shape that is square. So because the face shape is square, this might give the illusion that the whole jaw is square.

Nevertheless, IMO, I am not saying I am right but I still IMO I don't see anything attractive about the male sex. I can not see anything attractive about having a square shaped face or big chin with dimples, I do not consider that male beauty, just Darwinism. Masculine men to me look ugly and non masculine looking men look normal or boring.

BTW I am not saying you are gay (not that there is anything wrong with that), for appreciating what you call "male beauty" like big chins and square shaped faces. I just do not see the appeal in it.

Finally, sorry about the multiple replies to your question and thanks for welcoming me to your site.

Steve,

You said: "After doing some

You said: "After doing some thinking, I think you might be right about the square jaw theory. Its not the jaw that is square but the face shape that is square. So because the face shape is square, this might give the illusion that the whole jaw is square. "

That's exactly my point. If you go back above and read what I wrote: "- Man with natural square jaw angle, with high level of androgenic hormones (either natural or supplemented) might give the impression of an extremely big and virile jaw: androgenic hormones might grow bone on the naturally square jaw, increasing its prominence."

You said:" BTW I am not saying you are gay (not that there is anything wrong with that), for appreciating what you call "male beauty" like big chins and square shaped faces. I just do not see the appeal in it. "

I'm not sure "appeal" is the right word. It's more about aestheticism. Just as I might find beauty in a lion or a tree, I might as well find it in a male face, without any sexual attraction implication. You say you can't. I can't be in your head to verify but I doubt it. If you can't see beauty in human male face such as the one I posted, can you appreciate beauty in art or nature ?

Ron

Ron, maybe you and I think

Ron, maybe you and I think of beauty in different ways for me, I see beauty as something that is cute pretty angelic, youthful something that makes me go wow look at that this amazing, like nice to look at. Probably the only guy that I think before he went bald that is beautiful is Jude Law because he has those features I mentioned but even I had to be told he was good looking first before ever noticed him, because he just looked weak looking to me in the movie Gattaca.

Maybe I was a little harsh in saying most masculine men are ugly, the picture of person you showed me does not ugly but he is not nice to look at, at least IMO, just boring looking. If you put a good chin on an ugly person like Nick Nolte does that make that person beautiful?

I grew up thinking that Arnold schwarzenegger, Dolph Lundrgren and macho types were what women wanted because that is what was programmed into our brains when were young as kids. This is because those people looked like people in comic books and that is what I thought you were suppose to look like, but I never thought for a second those guys are nice to look at. Furthermore,, girls tell me those people are ugly and I can see where they are coming from. I guess they do look kinda ugly but I still think they are cool.

I have studied so called male beauty for several years, lord knows why and I still do not know to this day what women want. Personally, I think they just want anything.

Anyway this site is not about male beauty so why are even discussing this? Is this because you think big square chins and jaws are a thing of beauty and should be appreciated in both sexes. I guess it is my fault for bringing this stupid subject up.

Steve,

There are a lot of cute,

There are a lot of cute, dainty, pretty women on this site that happen to have squared faces or have more angular jaws than is common. Their jaws do not make these women any less feminine. Examples are Michelle Pfeifer, Audrey Hepburn, Salma Hayak, etc. in case you cared to look at the galleries. I agree that some of the women featured are a bit masculine, but most are not, and some are extremely beautiful.

You seem to be going around in circles with your argument without paying any attention to what the article is even about. This article is showing the profile of a single square jawed female who doesn't appear to be masculine alongside a few men who are not square jawed, but who are undeniably masculine. This illustration, alone, proves the point, the main title of the article, that a square jaw, in itself, is not masculine. Masculinity and femininity are not definable according to face shapes and this article merely illustrates that.

The attractiveness of these men to women is irrelevant and that is not what is being elaborated on. The more recent example Ron showed is actually a very attractive, masculine man that I, as a woman, do find very attractive. Examples of handsome, attractive masculine men who have both squared and non-squared jaws are Rex Harrison, Clarke Gable, Clive Owen, Denzel Washington, etc. By the way, many women did find Schwarzeneggar attractive, but most would agree that excessive body building is unnatural and strange looking. Examples of attractive square jawed and non-square jawed women are Kim Kardashian, Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayak, Scarlet Johaneson Audrey Hepburn, Sophia Loren Shalom Harlem, Elizabeth Taylor, and Marilyn Monroe just to mention a few. These examples illustrate that feminine, beautiful women can be square-jawed or non-square jawed and that handsome, masculine men can be square jawed or they can be non-square jawed.

Now your presumption that women like men that are "pretty" is really strange and laughable at best. Masculine men are never ugly to a woman though they may not be pretty; they are not ugly or unattractive.

Why are you bothering to

Why are you bothering to comment? Ron now knows I agree with most of his stuff, because I agree the square jaw is not a masculine trait. I myself do not see what women see in men, because the male sex to me is unattractive or rather boring looking, I am not saying I am right, I am saying that is my opinion. I only gave an example of Jude Law because he looks pretty looking and I guess I could see what women would see in him. Everyone else you mentioned just look like average looking people, I find it hard to tell if a man is good looking unless they look pretty.However, I know that from what we are taught in science that a male square big chin etc dominant features are what women are attracted to when they are ovulating, but prefer pretty looking men when they are not. This is in an article I read by nature.

What are you trying to argue to me about?

That is the major problem

That is the major problem with Hollywood all they care about is hiring attractive females, while men are being represented by Average Joes like Jude Law. No wonder people like you think men are boring to look at. Just take a look at one example I have in mind, this male model Harry Goodwins, he is what an attractive male looks like, if Hollywood was interested in male beauty these are the kinds of men they would show to the public. I also saw a magazine featuring Matt Damon as the hottest guy in world. Wow!This is was not only outrageous because i am more attractive than Matt Damon and i am a nobody but insulting as well when I hear women talk about him as if he actually is the hottest guy in the world. So hopefully you get my point that women and men dont take men seriously when it comes to looks. Here's a link to Mr. Harry Goodwins he has a square and a very masculine chin.
http://www.google.com/imgres?hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=TJL&sa=X&rls=org....

Remember, I said "most" men

Remember, I said "most" men are boring to look at, not all, this is not because of hollywood this is because when I walk around in the streets , I hardly ever see men that make me go wow he is nice to look at it he belongs on a cover of a magazine, yet I constantly see a lot of females that look like they should be models or belong on tv.

Jude Law may look like an average Joe now but 10 years ago before he went bald, he looked like the most perfect prettiest male I had ever seen after I had been told by women that is what they wanted, and then I began to study the faces of pretty boys, God knows why sigh.... Jude law has or had boyish angelic looks, like Michelangelo's statue of David, which made him nice to look at despite not having a square jaw. In the words of Natile Portman, "Jude Law just has the perfect face".

Yes I agree that Harry Goodwins guy is nice to look at but it is because he is pretty and looks angelic looking with inner boyish looks, the square jaw or more like a square chin he has, is just a bonus for females. Therefore, you are wrong in assuming model agencies want him because of his square jaw, they want him because he is pretty like a girl and the square chin helps I guess? He basically just looks like a somewhat dominant girl with prominent brows and a square chin, not sure if the actual jaw is square, but it isn't very big like Arnolds Schwarzenegger's.

Your example of that model is actually proving my point that pretty boys are nice to look at and not the Arnold Schwarzenegger types with huge big square faces, which look ugly, well to me and to many women they do, yet as boys we are brainwashed by action movies and comic books, that this is what looks good to women and is what belongs on the cover of a magazine. However, like I said before I still really do not know what women want because women have told me this guy is good looking and I do not understand why they think that.

Yes I agree most actors are not as beautiful as male models (except Jude Law in his prime) and that pretty boy model that you like is better than all of hollywoods current stars. I also agree about Matt Damon being the most sexiest man alive is outrageous!

I guess it is because Matt Damon has boyish looks which makes him somewhat nice to look at, but I agree not the best looking guy. You sound very vane, have many females told you that you are better looking than Matt Damon or can you tell just by looking at your self that you are beautiful?

I am sorry but unless you post a picture of yourself, I won't believe your better looking than Jude Law or even Matt Damon for that matter.

Interesting read. You should

Interesting read.

You should check out Dolph Lundgren when he was younger. Ultimate masculine face, had a great square jaw, looking very good imo.

Beautyking if you are

Beautyking if you are reading this....jesus christ what is so hard to understand? you are heterosexual right? Of course you find cute, innocent, non threatening things attractive and masculine things unappealing...It's in your nature just as it is in heterosexual women's nature to find masculine faces attractive even if you don't think they're attractive.

HAHAHA this information is

HAHAHA this information is so back-assward. Anyone notice that the "men" they use have all (without a doubt) used some sort of synthetic testosterone supplement, probably for long periods of time. The means, in my opinion, they stop producing their own. Anyone reading this, don't do any sort of steroid. Take vitamins. Quit eating fast food. Quit smoking. Quit dipping. Quit drinking soda. Quit eating fried food. Stay away from anything containing chloride, fluoride, and bromide. Start exercising every day. Do this, and I promise, if you are male you will start producing more testosterone, and women you will develop more feminine features. So many things in our every-day lives ruin the balance of hormones that dictate how your body developes. If you have any questions, email me at jacksonq17@yahoo.com

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