Flirting with Walking Funny Women

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
I am curious to know, what is it about "bowlegged and pigeon toed" girls that causes some men to go "ga-ga" over them? (You know, the girls that walk funny?) That seems to be such a turn on for most guys-why is that? Advice
I think you're mistaking what they like. People actually tend to look down on people who are really pigeon toed or bow legged. Both are signs of medical problems, usually, and in flirting people are drawn to healthy bodies for sort of obvious reasons.

What guys are trained by MTV to like in girls is a sexy hip-movement walk, which is what happens if a girl wears high heels and then walks by putting her feet in front of each other - like how a model walks down a catwalk. The exaggerated hip swing shows off the ships - which are the ULTIMATE sign of fertility. So it's the whole "I'm a woman" thing that draws the guy in.

However, I have to say, this sort of walk is nice to look at, but I don't know any guys that think any more than that. It's like looking at a nice sunset. Sure, it's nice to see. But for anything meaningful, you want something more than a nice look. So I really wouldn't obsess about how a girl walks. While it turns a guy's head, his head then turns back to the girl who actually cares about him and will support him.

-- from Jenn
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