All of the above, in a loli.
She is neither cool nor beautiful nor sexy. She is the most retarded in an anime in which everyone is retarded. That is an achievement in itself.
>the original semen demon
>implying her damedame isn't cool
>implying her face isn't beautiful
I think something might be wrong with you anon, I suggest watching her show again.
What category do tomboys fall under?
I would say it should go cute > pretty > beautiful > elegant (or maybe glamorous)
I don't think sexiness works as part of the scale, it's a separate aspect, a character can be cute and sexy.
I don't think so. Cute and sexy are two opposite sides of the spectrum. Cute character is someone more akin to a puppy. You want to pet them, take care of them, spend time with them, snuggle with them, play with them. Generally, you have no desire to fuck them or do any lewd things with them, unless you're a sick bastard (looking at all you perverts who sexualize keions). On other hand, sexy character is the exact opposite. They're someone who are oozing sex appeal and make your dick go diamonds. They tend to be more on the slutty side in terms of personality and looks. They have hourglass figures and ample bosoms, opposite to cute characters who have tend to have petite figures and small breasts.
What if there is a girl with the sexy qualities you just described that also gives me the desire to hug her, caress her cheek and the back of her head, carry her, etc. What then?
But what about, for example, the imouto from KnK. OP lists her as sexy, which according to you means she
>oozes sex appeal and makes your dick go diamonds. She tends to be more on the slutty side in terms of personality and looks.
This doesn't describe her at all. She's sexier than Mirai, but she still has a cute face and a big chunk of her personality is cute too. She's not mature enough to be some sexy slut. She has large boobs but she's still quite cute if you ask me.
Another good example is Mio from K-On!
Say that to my face and not online motherfucker
What about cool type?