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How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Brenden » 8 August 2019, 19:45

Take the Evaluations of Male Attractiveness Scale test to find out!

It's a relatively quick and fun test choosing between 70 pairs of photos, with an optional personality survey at the end for research purposes. Best taken on a touchscreen!

My result: The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 81/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby erti » 8 August 2019, 20:05

The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 66/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos.

A lot of the pictures I put "prefer neither" so IDK how true these results are. All in all I tend to be attracted to women with tattoos but not so much men. I'm pretty sure I"m comfortable with sexuality and I'm the queen of TMI (but honestly coming here... I'm nowhere near the new folks who come in and tell us in detail about their sexual encounters.)
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Marmaduke » 8 August 2019, 20:28

The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 94/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos.

I would agree that I prefer traditionally masculine men. I disagree with the suggestion that I would not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. I think I’m pretty comfortable with it, but perhaps not as extremely as I would have assumed. I don’t know, I just feel like there’s no sexual topic which springs to mind that I’m not quite comfortable talking about. I would also like to say that despite my very high score, I do have an appreciation for tattoos.

Edit: actually, no. You know what? I take that back. When I think about the people I’ve clicked with most on the dating/sexuality front, they have not been traditionally masculine men. They’ve been masculine, they’ve identified as men, but I don’t think they or I would describe them as an example of traditional masculinity. I would say that I was, in fact, attracted to a wider variety of men than my score would suggest. I think my masculinity takes a very traditional presentation, and whilst traditional femininity as I interpret it is certainly not attractive to me in an overt and visual way, I’m not at all averse to more feminine personality traits, behaviours or interests. Moreover, I think my behaviours can often verge towards the feminine and I find myself taking an interest in more feminine topics as I get older.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby erti » 8 August 2019, 21:25

Marmaduke wrote:The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 94/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos.

I would agree that I prefer traditionally masculine men. I disagree with the suggestion that I would not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. I think I’m pretty comfortable with it, but perhaps not as extremely as I would have assumed. I don’t know, I just feel like there’s no sexual topic which springs to mind that I’m not quite comfortable talking about. I would also like to say that despite my very high score, I do have an appreciation for tattoos.

Edit: actually, no. You know what? I take that back. When I think about the people I’ve clicked with most on the dating/sexuality front, they have not been traditionally masculine men. They’ve been masculine, they’ve identified as men, but I don’t think they or I would describe them as an example of traditional masculinity. I would say that I was, in fact, attracted to a wider variety of men than my score would suggest. I think my masculinity takes a very traditional presentation, and whilst traditional femininity as I interpret it is certainly not attractive to me in an overt and visual way, I’m not at all averse to more feminine personality traits, behaviours or interests. Moreover, I think my behaviours can often verge towards the feminine and I find myself taking an interest in more feminine topics as I get older.


Do you prefer men with a lot muscles (close to a body builder?) or someone with just a little muscle but carries themselves in a more masculine way? But even unfit men who has a tummy can be classified as masculine too. Hell even thin men can be too depending. Is it more of the way they hold themselves or how they behave? Personally I rather be with a guy who have an interest in games than make up. But I don't want a guy who is obsessed with sports like my dad and my two brothers are. I want someone who has the same interest as I do like music and anime which is neither masculine or feminine. With me I don't find very muscular men to be attractive but I'm no stranger to dating someone who is extremely obese (my ex was almost 500 pounds when he broke up with me). He wasn't very feminine and I watch him play his xbox or play station or anime most days when I lived with him and his family. He wasn't the type to cry in front of folks but I'm probably one of the few that has seen him cry. I mean he is the only example of a relationship I can think of right now because most other guys I've been with we barely had a relationship or was fuck buddies.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby rxxli » 8 August 2019, 22:32

I got 69/100
I choose a lot of "prefer neither" options. But I guess that this is pretty accurate. I tried it again and it gave me a few different pictures and I still ended with exactly the same result.

I guess I agree with the score. I do prefer more traditional masculine guys, but I am not opposed to some deviation.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Derek » 8 August 2019, 23:03

78/100

That test is hilarious. Like, how is this even fair?
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby LostGuy94 » 8 August 2019, 23:32

The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 72/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos. 

I did a lot of pressing prefer neither on this but seems fairly close to sounding right for me. Some interesting pictures in there, think at one point it was like choose someone that looks like a foot or Frank Gallagher from Shamless :lol:
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby rxxli » 8 August 2019, 23:37

Derek wrote:78/100

That test is hilarious. Like, how is this even fair?

Why do I have a feeling that most people here go with the left option?
(I went with the right one)
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Derek » 8 August 2019, 23:47

rxxli wrote:
Derek wrote:78/100

That test is hilarious. Like, how is this even fair?

Why do I have a feeling that most people here go with the left option?
(I went with the right one)

It's more like the left one is a glamor shot, and the right one is of the guy panting and sweating and in motion. Lots of them were like that.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Iamjava » 9 August 2019, 01:43

50/100. Already knew that would happen.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 9 August 2019, 02:22

They’re all gross.
Blow: "Nowadays even Liam can release an album of his screechy vocals and it'll probably go #1..."
Ramzus: I can admit that I'm horny just about 24/7
homomorphism: I used to not think your name was deshay and that Erick was just being racist
Hunter: sometimes I think I was literally born to be a pornstar
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby jimbo_xix » 9 August 2019, 03:05

These are your results on the Evaluations of Male Attractiveness Scale.

The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 75/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos.


I dunno. That last line makes me think this is not serious and may be a marketing ploy to get information on buyers. Tattoos? Lol. What does that have to do with anything? I like tattoos but it's not an issue for or against my sexual attraction to a guy.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby jimbo_xix » 9 August 2019, 03:10

Derek wrote:78/100

That test is hilarious. Like, how is this even fair?


I chose the guy on the right. I'm sure many find him more attractive. He's a real guy. The one on the left is too pretty, blah.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Eryx » 9 August 2019, 03:11

I got 75/100. I learned from the test that I've grown more selective with my preferences and have learned to separate "handsome" from "I'd like to jump on him." The results are kinda lame IMO, I don't think being comfortable with your own sexuality necessarily has to do with having a broad preference.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Eos » 9 August 2019, 09:09

I got 63 which is pretty accurate, I think.
The only thing I saw is that I have a hard time on judging on other people attractiveness.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby rogonandi » 9 August 2019, 09:56

59 / 100 for me.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Ant » 9 August 2019, 14:29

The EMAS measures one variable, traditionalism. Your score was 69/100 where 100 is the highest possible score and 0 is the lowest. Individuals high in traditionalism prefer traditionally masculine men and are inclined to not be extremely comfortable with sexuality. Individuals low in traditionalism are attracted to a wider selection of men and are inclined to appreciate tattoos.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby Marmaduke » 9 August 2019, 15:10

Wow. Who’d have guessed that I’d be empirically the most masculine person here? By some notable margin too.
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Re: How traditional is your taste in men? (Personality Test)

Unread postby rxxli » 9 August 2019, 15:15

Derek wrote:It's more like the left one is a glamor shot, and the right one is of the guy panting and sweating and in motion. Lots of them were like that.

I would say it is. You could argue that a guy panting and sweating is more representative of the classic masculinity while the glamor shot is the non traditional man.

I mean personally I definitely find a guy struggling and sweating quite hot.
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