So tell me yo!
Well I like to think I'm masculine, even though I don't really like guns, cars, or hunting. I mean guns are cool, but I'm not like super into them. But I don't necessarily think I'm particularly feminine. I don't think I am
And as to who I prefer dating? Well really feminine girls bother me. Not saying I like tomboys, but the girls that have like their purrrrrse, and their lip glosssss, and their make uppppp, and their nailllllls, and high heelssss, and all this crap that most of them don't even enjoy, it just pisses me off. I like a girl to be legit and honest. And... that's the one I'm dating She's feminine, in every way, but she's not a super white girl. And that's what bothers me the most
I'm masculine af, boss, though I only have my definition to go on; I dunno what the popular definition of "masculinity" is anymore. Let's see... I like stereotypically masculine things like rugby and MMA, but I am neither a big sports guy nor do I go out of my way to attend sports events or watch them on TV. I like to think that I do 'masculine' things: I eat lots of junk food and meat, I used to practice MMA religiously, and a host of other stereotypically 'masculine' things. Most of my favorite characters and role models are manly figures, as well. I spend the majority of the time drawing huge, hulking masculine characters. And lastly, I have many masculine traits (hairy, unkempt, rugged, etc.), and I often burp, snort, tug at my crotch, etc. (proudly ;J) depending who I am around at the time. I guess that just about covers it.
That isn't to say I don't have traits that some might find 'feminine', though I can only think of a few. For instance, I can cook if I put my mind to it. I am also quite organized; my clothes are stored and hanged in my closet in a certain order. I'm a decent sewperson(?), as well—having learned from watching old ladies. I'd also rather stay home and clean house than go out and have beers 'with the guys.' Lastly, I'm quite a well-mannered guy when the need arises (it's really effed up that this is viewed as an effeminate trait to some).
As far as who I prefer dating... I dunno. I have little need for dating, being the asexual-aromantic guy that I am, which kind of makes it difficult to gauge my masculinity, huh? However, I was quite close to dating a girl once. She was short and petite, and she was some kind of emo/goth combination, which I found really intriguing at the time. She wasn't too girly—she seemed to like gaming and anime—but wasn't too tomboyish, either. The only downside was I found out she was a drug user. I imagine this is the type of woman I'd fall for if I were into humes, save for the drugs part. If I were into men, they'd have to epitomize my personal definition of masculinity from every fiber of their being.