Why Being Called Sexy Is No Longer Flattering

Hello future wives and husbands. One of the most flattering compliments a woman can receive is “You are sexy!” When I was younger, I lived for the guy who would tell me I am sexy. Hearing the word “sexy”  boasted my self confidence. But as time went on, I realized that being sexy is no longer a self esteem boaster.

For me personally, being sexy is just one great quality I may posses. There is so much more to me than being sexy. I found out my worth and realized that being sexy is great, but I am also kind, great mother, caring, ect.

When I would go out on dates, they would always compliment how sexy I am. When I asked was there any other quality they liked besides me being sexy, I would get you have a nice smile, or eyes. Don’t get me wrong, I like being told I am sexy but I want to hear something deeper than the physical.

I am gonna keep it real and say I don’t wear makeup all the time nor do I dress up in tight dresses and high heels. My style is more comfort. Jeans and T-shirt. I prefer boots or sandals over heels. When I go out on dates, I always try to look presentable and cute.


Because after all the first thing we recognize is the physical. But I want someone to recognize that I am more than a “pretty face.” Take time to really get to know me. You would be surprised to know that I like camping, hiking and  I never been inside of a club ever! It’s true lol.

I am writing this small rant because I have been getting the “why are you single, you are too sexy to be alone!” I am in no way knocking down a man who know how to give a good compliment. But at the end of the day, I would rather hear ” You are sexy, I would like to get to know you more.”


2 Replies to “Why Being Called Sexy Is No Longer Flattering”

    1. lol I am going to write more lol. Kids been sick and i been under the weather but I got some stuff coming lol


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