>>47691>hiding in my room
He isn't attractive in the conventional sense, not to male standards of what a man should look like. I supposed a should have clarified, men who are attractive to other men
since it's men doing the trolling. Not in the homoerotic sense, but in the Statue of David sense. Hiding in my room has the androgynous angle that most J-Pop stars have, but most men don't actually like that look or find it admirable.>Onision
Closest counter-example provided. Citing the above, at any point where he's doing the emofag haircut he's not looking admirable to other men. He's attractive in that same androgynous sense when he is attractive. When he tries to fully be masculine he looks anywhere from complete fucking garbage to maybe slightly above average.
Men who are harassing men on their looks are using their own masculine standards for admirable traits in other men. Because men are doing most of the harassment, you have to use their standard for determining whether or not the man is good looking.
>>47692>Women don’t write 15 paragraph posts hating on men for being physically unattractive to them. Only men do that, because of their porn rotted brains that have been conditioned to fapping to factuned 14 year old tiktok/instagram thots shaking their asses on video.
Exactly, and since it is usually moids doing more of the harassment, that means men's standards of who is pretty or not is relevant.
It should also be stated that trolls are also going to attack to get a reaction. If it turns out that woman react more negatively to comments on their looks, then the trolls are going to keep aggravating using that point because if it works it works. No need to be idea logically sophisticated about it.