Venti Character Ask 1

As you might be able to surmise by the answer here, I didn’t really know how to respond to this question. I don’t think a feminine appearance is something calculable or scalable, it’s just kinda up to your own impression of someone. However, I thought people might like seeing these two pigtailed boys side-by-side, so I just worked with that as an excuse to draw their butts.

Comments

  1. Wolfragnium

    You both look equally as girly and fuckable to me.

    Also, there are never enough drawings of cute girly butts! (Nor enough excuses to make them!)

    1. Golernsomt

      Wolfraganium. Makes us wonder why you ask for guys if you clearly are focusing on a female aspect. Like, educate yourself: all guys are different to one-another. Some have thicker asses, some are not heavy on muscles, but none of those things have to do with being girly. What does feminine even mean and how can it be evaluated? And since they are guys, the term feminine can’t be applied. If a straight guy wears makeup vs a muscle man who is gay – which is feminine? The muscle guy; even though he doesn’t behave in a stereotypical homosexual manner? I ask this because a woman generally by default biology would pursue a man sexually (lest they grow up with western values and all the modern genderism etc.), so by that logic the muscle guy is feminine I take it? Are African men feminine because default genetics generally provides African+/Black men with bigger butts compared to non-Black men? People need to get over the idea of someone not muscular/thick butt and innocent-looking being connected to femininity. The fact that these characters were not based on females and not acclaimed females in their series means that there are no such attachments even by the creators (aside from one instance of Nag called genderless as a nickname due to a base/andro build but other than that it was drag/cross dressin)

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        Nearphotison

        “Feminine” just refers to something that has qualities associated with femininity. It can be used to apply to anything, it’s just an adjective.

        1. Golernsomt

          No, I didn’t mean to question it literally. It was meant rhetorically, haha. I know what it means; but I do say once again that “feminine” is an obscure term and rather outdated (I would get more into detail but now’s not the time). I was trying to get him to think why does he think this e.g. hair, skinny body/thick ass, and such equate to being feminine and what does it particularly mean to him. As in, why can’t it also be masculine or neutral (which it is). Aspects of cuteness can be found in any character, the butts are an imagination of the mind. Just as we don’t call Scøttish men feminine for wearing kilts–which essentially fall under skirts. It’s like saying women with short hair (often similarly found in men hairstyles) are masculine. It’s absurd, but I appreciate the opinion. Sorry for the ruckus

  2. Devin

    I can see Karma being biased if someone asked him who they thought was hotter he’d naturally pick his boyfriend Nagisa, but Karma and Nagisa are in an open relationship here. So he like everyone else would love to fuck both of their brains out!

  3. Golernsomt

    No, I didn’t mean to question it literally. It was meant rhetorically, haha. I know what it means; but I do say once again that “feminine” is an obscure term and rather outdated (I would get more into detail but now’s not the time). I was trying to get him to think why does he think this e.g. hair, skinny body/thick ass, and such equate to being feminine and what does it particularly mean to him. As in, why can’t it also be masculine or neutral (which it is). Aspects of cuteness can be found in any character, the butts are an imagination of the mind. Just as we don’t call Scøttish men feminine for wearing kilts–which essentially fall under skirts. It’s like saying women with short hair (often similarly found in men hairstyles) are masculine. It’s absurd, but I appreciate the opinion. Sorry for the ruckus

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