what does a man mean when he says....be more womanly?

Canada
April 15, 2008 9:46pm CST
So the other day my boyfriend and i were talking and he said that really got me thinking. Hes a great guy, he always compliments me and finds ways to show his love and affection, but the other day he kinda casually told me he wants to see me look more womanly haha.... What might he mean by that.. Whats the definition of womanly?
6 responses
@ShepherdSpy (8560)
• Omagh, Northern Ireland
16 Apr 08
(.) (.) & ( i )!
• India
18 Apr 08
ha ha ... lol i go with u dude ... dats probably wht her bf is expectin... even i'm expectin the same from my gf.
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• United States
16 Apr 08
Are you the type to never any makeup, hang around in sweatsuits most of the time. Maybe he thinks it would be nice if once in awhile you put on some makeup and dressed in something more feminine. Maybe that's what he means.
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• Canada
16 Apr 08
Makeup ill admit am not to fancy on. When am at home, yea i like comfortable clothing, but when i go out i do dress up
@Ravenladyj (22920)
• United States
16 Apr 08
oOoooohhh I would have slapped him in his mouth! Being "more womanly" means one of two things...Either he wants you to be more ladylike, dainty, prissy etc OR he wants to be more girlie, feminine..and no they arent the same thing...If my husband or bf were to EVER say that to me I'd clock him for various reasons actually..
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@Bethygrl (92)
• United States
16 Apr 08
I say you have gotten comfortable with him and don't dress like you used too. I am a tshirt and jeans kinda gal yet I do it so that its sexy. When we go out I make sure to wear sumn that shows cleavage and my womanly curves. God knows I have curves. LOl just ask him what he thinks is womanly. Keep the communication open.
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• United States
16 Apr 08
I've gotten that once or twice before too, and I'm the type that doesn't wear a lot of makeup either. I'm still not entirely clear what a guy means when he says that type of thing. So I'd say just do what you feel or want to do. Wear some more makeup if you want or whatever. It's really up to you and whether or not you want to do something nice for him when he asks.
@rombi001 (941)
16 Apr 08
I would say act more feminine... maybe dress more in style (sometimes when you are together for a long time you don't find the need to impress him anymore) Or do not try to be like his male friends by trying to watch football or having the same sense of humor...