Our expert says:
Well, as I'm not looking out for young men, maybe I'm not the best person to ask, and our good readers may have useful comments to offer.
Actually, though, I doubt that your slender build is really relevant here. Individual people have widely differing tastes. Some like red-heads, or blondes ; they find a person taller or shorter than themselves more appealing. They like a partner who is plump and curvy or slim and svelte. They prefer someone who looks rather like themselves, or different.
Often, they find someone who on immediate appearance isn't quite what they fancy, then discover this is a lovely person they really like a lot : the personality is most important, the core content of the person, rather than the wrappings. Strong and lasting relationships are usually based on the participants' nature and the whole range of their interests, likes and dislikes, rather than only appearance.
One factor that sometimes plays a part, is that if you, yourself, lack self confidence and worry about any aspect of your appearance, then other people pick up on that unease and are a little more hesitant to approach you ; and if that in turn makes you feel worse about yourself, that may further discourage them to get closer.
It can be off-putting to others, when someone conveys a sense of uneasy lack of comfort and pleasure in themselves. So, you're a very nice person who's thin rather than fat : that can be very attractive.
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