Sexy Vs. Slutty: How Men Differentiate

Dr. Drew's Lifechangers
Sexy Vs. Slutty: How Men Differentiate
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Lifechanger and Master Matchmaker Steve Ward says "There are many women everywhere who waste a lot of time and money to look good for us. Apparently, many women can't tell the difference between what we consider sexy and what we consider slutty."

Here's the problem: men aren't helping you make the distinction any easier. Why? Because at the end of the night, it really doesn't matter. Most men take what they can get.

Bringing a woman home to meet the parents is very different from taking a woman home to bed. We've been taught never to take a slutty woman seriously. This is all just a matter of perception, because sometimes even the sluttiest-looking women turn out to be quite prudish.

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Here's what looking slutty means to most men like me: It says, "I don't have much self-respect and have to expose myself in order to attract a man. Value me for my appearance and worry about my character and personality traits later (if at all)."

Slutty is trying too hard. Sexy is natural. Slutty is over-exposure. Sexy is just enough. Women can be sexy and sophisticated, classy and intelligent: relationship-worthy. Slutty can not.

Sexy can actually be high maintenance or low maintenance. Some of the sexiest outfits I've ever seen on a woman consisted of a camisole top and yoga pants, a cotton spring dress or even a turtleneck top. Sexy is confident, fun and approachable. Let's face it; a man can be attracted to a light pole. It's not the clothes that make a woman sexy. Nor is it the makeup, hair, shoes or accessories. It's an attitude. It's a look. It's a demeanor.

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