Men and women often have different perspectives when it comes to the qualities and behaviors they find attractive or unattractive in a potential partner. Some traits that women might not even be aware of can be significant turn-offs for men. These traits, as innocuous as they may seem, could be the determining factor between a blossoming relationship and one that ends before it even begins.
Here, we delve into the top 20 traits that men have identified as unattractive when exhibited by women, offering insights that could potentially help foster stronger, more satisfying relationships.
A commentor shared, “A few weeks ago, I sat on a train, and this gorgeous woman sat down opposite of me. 2 stops later, a lot of people got on the train, and people had to stand at this point, she actively makes sure her purse is taking up the entire seat next to her. Instantly the ugliest woman on the entire train for me; have some respect.”
A second added, “A woman that has the, “I want you to change…but accept me for who I am” mentality.”
A third person said“Manipulative/testing behavior or playing games. Hurting others to make yourself feel better is wrong regardless of gender, anxieties, or past traumas.”
A user stated, “When she blames everyone for her own mistakes and can’t see that she is the issue. If there’s always an issue involving you, look at the common denominator.”
A poster recalled, “Expressing how shallow you are. Someone I was attracted to said, “My future husband will have a lakehouse and a boat.” One of her friends responded, “Or maybe you can find the right person and then pursue that dream together!” And she was just like, “Nah.”
A top-liked comment said, “When she disagrees with you, she screams at you. God forbid, as adults, we handle disagreements through conversation instead of anger. No thanks.”
This user added, “Flirting with every guy. If you’re trying to make me jealous/think that you could have any guy at any time, congrats, it worked, I’m out.”
One commentor said, “This obviously goes for girls and guys, but when they focus primarily on themselves during a conversation. I was talking to a girl a few months ago, and it eventually just kinda hit me just how much she talked about herself or would steer conversations towards herself and her problems.”
One person commented, “Being rude or disrespectful without a reason. There’s no reason to behave like an a****ole to anyone for no reason.”
This user commented, “Don’t do mean sh****t. Mean people suck. My roommate invited a girl over, and she just barks, “MAKE ME A DRINK” at him.”
Treatment Of Others
A top-liked comment said, “If she treats animals and waiters/service or retail staff badly. I’m an animal lover people that treat animals poorly will surely treat others the same way.”
A user recalled, “I broke up with a girl recently, and one of the reasons was because she had a cat, and she smelled really bad, like her cat poop/pee. She would try to cover it up with this body mist stuff she had. She smelled like rubbing alcohol and made me cough a bunch because she would put so much on.”
A commentor on the post mentioned, “Having a “You have to work for me” attitude. Like this relationship, we both need to put in the effort.”
Talking About Their Ex
This user said, “Constantly talking about an ex, even in a derogatory manner. Let it go. They’re your ex for a reason. I don’t care if they’re the greatest human you ever met, don’t compare me or trauma dump on me.”
A poster commented, “Lying. I’ve met several women who lie for no reason. It could be dumb little trivial things all the way up to grand larceny. Yes, I said grand larceny.”
A top-liked comment said, “Being Flakey. If we make plans and something comes up, that’s fine but don’t constantly make plans and then flake on me. It says more than I need to know about who you actually are.”
A user mentioned, “Talking negatively about everything and everyone. Uhhh, I can’t stand when women talk negatively about people, especially the judgey kind that just talk sh****t about anyone and everyone.”
This person shared, “Being/feeling entitled. Entitlement reaches into many areas of a relationship, from considering opposite viewpoints, to s****x, to finances, to empathetic action, to working as a partner.”
A commentor said, “Using “self-love” as an excuse to be narcissistic and crappy. Self-love means taking care of yourself. Not making excuses about why you’re a crappy person.”
Finally, a post comment shared, “Throwing around too many TikTok therapy terms in general to justify sh****ty actions. For example, “trauma dump” I cannot stand that saying!”
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