Living in our American society today, and many other societies in the cosmopolitan world, there are obvious pressures to maintain certain appearances, mostly for women but also for men. Unfortunately, popular culture has pretty much dictated that an attractive woman necessarily must have large breasts, curvy hips, and nice butt. Similarly, men must be suave and have a large penis. Those who do not meet these criteria, well, are sometimes excluded from this category of being 'sexy'. Me, as a 21 year old college senior, I don't have the sex appeal of some guys, but I honestly am one of the most affectionate human beings (not to instill a sense of false pride in myself) people can say they've met. I'm not repulsive, either. I'm a guy in good shape (I ran the Chicago Marathon) and have a presentable face, but don't have a huge penis. But my philosophy of life is to love all and hate none. Therefore, my question goes to the females here (and males too, I want to hear your feedback as well). Can a guy's display and personality of love and respect make up for other shortcomings in sex appeal and penis size? I know women ultimately in bed want to be pleasured with a large penis, but can a guy's pure love make up for it? I believe myself to be truly respectful of all people and cultures, and I honestly have no enemies nor hate anyone. All my friends know me as a soul who wouldn't even hurt a fly. So, can this personality of being very loving and affectionate make up for me not necessarily being a textbook "hot stud"? Any comments would be appreciated!!