I’ve neglected my blog for a while, and am trying to get back to it (I’ve got alot of things going on offline that are interfering).  But here’s a quick pic of another gorgeous classic actress, Phyllis Thaxter.  What turns me on most about this woman is her lips.  Though I’m not a lip-man, but a hip-man (the most important physical feature on a woman, for me, is her hips–I like them large, it obviously goes back to human evolution), a good set of lips is a plus.  And my favorite kind is the permanent pout, as exemplified by Phyllis Thaxter.  Notice that even when she smiles, her lips look as if she’s pouting.  I think the reason I like lips like hers is that they seem to convey a sense of need.  And everyone–especially every man–needs to be needed.

12 Responses to “CHECK OUT THIS POUT!”

  1. 1 Abby August 3, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    Yes, she does have a nice natural pout. Much better than the ridiculously botoxed duckbills all over Hollywood these days. Just my opinion.

    I find it interesting that men speak of being lip men or leg men or boob men, etc. Whereas women speak more about personality traits they look for. Naturally physical features are also important to women, as are personality traits in women to men, but it’s like God wired us backwards or something.

    • 2 solosocial August 3, 2011 at 9:43 pm

      I definitely agree–botox treatments are just sick, as is most plastic surgery.

      You’re right about God wiring us backwards! I highly recommend John Gray’s book, “Men, Women and Relationships”. This is a life-changing book for me–I used to be angry with women most of the time, because I couldn’t understand them. Now I’m no longer angry. This book explains why men and women are so different–and so much of it demonstrates how men and women do the same things, but in reverse order.

      I will add, however, that women are just as shallow as men, by nature. Yes, men are hung up on appearances, but women are hung up on “security”. Men don’t have to ask women how they look, because that is immediately obvious when they meet them. But when women ask men, “What do you do?” that’s not just to make conversation. It’s to see if men can take care of them, financially. It all goes back to human evolution. Men are hung up on looks because the most attractive women (particularly the women with the most well-developed bodies, especially hips), are the most capable of bearing children. Likewise, women are hung up on money because the wealthiest men can best provide for them and their children. Money is just the modern replacement for hunting skills.

      And the sad thing is that both men and women are hard-wired this way. Men are still hung up on women’s looks, even though they may not want children anymore. Women are still hung up on money (“security”), even though they can work, and can provide for themselves now.

      • 3 Allison September 9, 2011 at 9:38 pm

        Your reply to the comment was every bit as interesting as the original post of pouty lips. I’ve played the Mars/Venus board game, but have never checked into his books– sounds like it might be time to do so (as I’m perpetually confused by Martians).

      • 4 solosocial September 10, 2011 at 1:54 am

        Thank you, Allison! Yes, his books are remarkably accurate in my opinion. And I especially like the underlying argument throughout his books that instead of denying our differences, men and women should celebrate them, share them, and learn from them–that instead of dividing the sexes, these differences can bring them closer together!

  2. 5 duncanr August 4, 2011 at 1:35 pm

    Well there you are !

    And about bloody time too – was almost ready to launch a search party 😉

  3. 7 duncanr August 4, 2011 at 1:37 pm

    P.S. I’m more of a ‘generalist’ than a ‘specialist’ when it comes to women – at my age I can’t afford not to be !

    Basically, if it’s female and it moves – that’ll do for me 😆

  4. 8 duncanr August 4, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    P.P.S. come to think of it – movement isn’t strictly necessary (don’t want to limit my options) 😳

  5. 9 territerri August 6, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    I’ve never heard of her… so I’ll be Googling her as soon as I’m done here. She IS a beauty and she does have a natural beauty. I have to agree with Abby. Current Hollywood types spend too much time and money doing unnatural things to their appearances.

    Personally, I don’t often notice anyone for their physical attractiveness simply for the sake of their appearance. More often, people tend to become more (or less) attractive in my eyes because of their personality.

    • 10 solosocial August 6, 2011 at 9:46 pm

      Thank you, Terri!

      The personality is the one escape both men and women have from their evolutionary programming.

      A man can become attracted to a seemingly unattractive woman, if her personality is to his liking.
      A woman can become attracted to a seemingly unattractive man, if his personality is to her liking.

      From personal experience, I’ve met many women who appeared plain to me at first, but who appeared more and more attractive, as I got to know them.

  6. 11 theduffboy November 14, 2011 at 4:29 pm

    The hips, ah… they are wonderful (the lips also)!

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