Defining sexy is someone considered pleasing sexually attractive or exciting. Our society has gotten really good at hushing the word SEXY because we’re afraid of over using it on under-age girls, mis-using it on all women, and offending someone by using it too much–or too little. There are some people that are just plain appealing they’re like magnets and I think they should own it.
“When you walk into a casting, into a dinner, or even on the street, you want to be noticeable. You want to have that poise, that strength, that confidence.” – Sarah Joffs (Model)
“Sexiness is essentially the truth,”. “You can’t be sexy if you are trying to be somebody else. People I find sexy are not trying to be more cool than they are.” – Nick Rea (Male Model)
Sexiness is voice. It’s a way of moving. It’s a curve of your body. It’s lip movement. It’s the way you dress. It’s a gate. It’s an inherent way of looking individual. It’s the flutter of an eyelash. It’s what you bring into a room when you walk in. It’s well manicured hands. It’s nice shoes. It’s a beautiful watch. It’s the tilt of a high-heel shoe.
“Saying confidence is sexy is the sexual attraction version of telling a class of kindergartners that the sky is blue,” – Stoya
Maybe what’s sexy is just about having sex, or the possibility of it. For all this talk about confidence and authenticity, there is always going to be something wonderful about the way a woman crosses her legs and absentmindedly rolls her foot in small circles, or the way her neck smells when she rests her head on your shoulder. Lucky enough to be dating that woman, it’s a great idea to tell her exactly what you find so sexy about her. Because that builds her confidence which in turn makes her even more sexy. It’s a vicious cycle, but one that works in your favor