For example: I feel that these words describe a woman the best: dainty, curvy, polite, proper, made-up, overly-emotional, voluptuous, and caring. The image that pops into my head is that of a pin-up girl, 50's housewife type, with lots of makeup, hair always done, and a soft body. But ... I don't necessarily think that being "proper" or "overly-emotional" is a very attractive aspect of a person's demeanor. And I don't think that my image of femininity is really the only true definition. I just wanted to know what others thought of when they hear "feminine" and "masculine."
For me, masculine can be defined as stoic, handy, sturdy, lewd, powerful, strong, and authoritative. This might be a sexist view of men and women, but it's what was instilled in me at a young age. I grew up in the South, and I know that my cultural upbringing around very "Southern Belle" type women (who were not really practicing what they preached at aallll lol) skews my perception of these ideals. But, do I find stoic, handy, lewd, powerful, strong, authoritative men to be attractive? Sometimes. But I also know that the words that I used to describe a feminine woman would be an attractive trait in a man, as well.