I’m giving myself a hot new image I want to turn on guys w/ out them knowing I’m doing it on purpose and show them a flirtatious more playful me, *BTW, I’m thirteen, *HELP ASAP, KTHX. (:
You’re 13, you shouldn’t want to turn on guys at thirteen, I know a girl you dressed to turn on guys, she was in my glass in middle school and had a kid in grade 8 🙂
don’t be a ho ho ho 🙂
but if you must be one, tank tops so that when you’re standing up and lean on guys desk to talk you can “accidentally” squeeze you boobs together so they’re right in their face, and it’s all they can look at, and when you sit at tables, sit as close as you can to the table so your breast are sitting on top of it. Also, try skirts, or short shorts. And let your bra strap fall down every once in a while 🙂
& just joke around with guy, but instead of playfully hitting them, rub their leg near their crotch or on it if you’re a risk taker 🙂
Middle School Boy
Heyy. What’s up? My name’s Gwenivere, let me tell you a brief story about myself which I believe may be of some Hẹlp to you… Growing up, I was teased all throughout high-school. You know, I was that girl with the really small breasts that everyone liked to make fun of. I did not hit puberty until a little bit later on in my life. People used to say all kinds of mean things to me, refering to my breasts as “man-boobs”, “mosquito bite titts”, “flat-chested” … it just went on and on. I even had one boyfriend that told me that he was ashamed to be seen with me in public. The ridicule never seemd to end. Because of this, I went through school being very self-conscious about my appearance and my ability to get boys to like me. Even after puberty, I never made it past an A cup.. so my negative self-image carried on into college. The emotional scars left by those mean girls (and boys) from HS never quite faded.
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Take care! I hope you find the answers you are looking for <3
Middle school boys suck. But most of them are just horny and are like a chihuahua humping your leg. I’m sure if you just wore a push up bra (if you have enough boobage to do that), a shirt that shows cleavage, and jeans that flatter your butt, you would do just fine. I’m a sophomore, and middle school seem millions of years ago, but I do remember how much easier it is to attract them lol.
Girl . . . First of all your 13, what the heck are you doing trying to turn on guys!! Your gonna be a woman of worth one day when you get to womanhood so start respecting yourself now and not dressing like a hoochie mama and trying to be sexy because your better than that. Plus the good guy who will respect and love you like a woman of worth is supposed to be will come to just to love you for you, not because you turned him on. Your just a kid still so quit worrying about turning any guys on.
ok im in center college and that i’ve got quite some turn ons and turn offs turn ons: high quality hair, saracasm (no longer overly sarcastic nonetheless), athletic, kinda nerdy men, mysterious men turn me on too turn off: undesirable hygiene, overly obsessive with females, truly smug men, men with low self-well worth
you are too young for that. dress in a way that makes you feel good about yourself not in a way that changes the way people think about you.
Be you and different from all the other girls and guys will like you for who you are