Confessions from a Wing Girl #21: "How does my appearance affect her?"

Each week, THE FIVE-STIR brings you "Confessions from a Wing Girl," from Marni Kinrys--a woman who puts her insider knowledge to good use for the betterment of all men by telling them what women REALLY want, not what they say they want.

Marni has worked with 100's of thousands of men all over the world to help them understand women so they can attract, date, seduce and get any woman they want without being a jerk. Her method, The Wing Girl Method, is based on the key principle of "You gotta turn yourself on first before any woman will ever be attracted to you". For more about Marni, click here.

HERE'S A QUESTION FROM "P"

Marni,

I dont see with 1 eye, lost it in childhood. And people notice it. i used to wear a pirate"s tie lol, but not now.  From a womans perspective, how would it affect you if you saw a guy with this injury, and who would start talkin to you? Some woman said that some girls want a man to be perfect, because how would they be seen in public ? Please,  be honest with me!
--P

AND SOME WISE WORDS OF ADVICE FROM MARNI:

P,

Honestly, it would effect me.  But so would seeing a short man, a man who was not my ethnicity, a fat man, a guy with zits, a bald man. If would effect me for as long as that was the only thing that I knew about that man.  But as soon as a man shows me more of himself, that ONE THING starts to become either larger or smaller.

If a man has a bad character then I am going to focus more on his ONE THING.

If he's awesome, I'll start to shift my judgement of him and his ONE THING will become smaller.

What I am getting at, is that the eye is not all of you. It's part of you but there must be more to you in order for anyone, including yourself to like you!
Marni
 

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