If dark skin is considered masculine why aren't light skin men considered feminine?i never understood this, explain.
Fuck off Goldman, nobody believes this shit.
Dark skin is considered masculine in the sense that men are outside doing manual labor and get a tan.
It's a secondary association.
Dark skin is associated with manual labor first.
Only after we associate manual labor with masculinity can we connect dark skin to it.
Yes, goyim, you better invest in a tan if you want to attract women! Don't worry about skin cancer, we have treatments for that.
that's pretty hot desu senpai
It's not about skin color, but hair color. If you're a blondlet or a ginger, you better have great, masculine bone structure (and I mean chris hemsworth or brad pitt-tier), otherwise you look like a little bitch.
If you're talking about "Tall, dark, and handsome" then pic related is closer to what you're thinking of.
men tend to produce more melanin than girls. that's why the male sibling usually has darker hair then his sister. there's no such thing as a more masculine skin tone. there's big butchy white girls and small petite black girls.
really pale skin can look revolting on certain people but that's usually just because they have shit genes, like blotchy or really thin.
south east indians are dark as shit but they are really small in stature and continue getting dominated by euros and muslims.
Its not light vs dark, women don't have naturally lighter skin by any means, PALE skin was a status symbol showing that the person didn't have to work outdoors aka was visibly upper class.