To understand my perspective on the female body, it is important to know one thing: I, just like most men, don’t understand why so many gorgeous women fret over perceived imperfections that they either cannot or should not change.
That being said, I’m a firm believer that women are naturally beautiful, and the overarching theme of my point can be summed up in two different ways.
One, less is more. I can not tell you how many times I’ve been stunned by how truly beautiful my girlfriend is after she takes off her makeup at the end of a long day. After removal she says something like, “I’m coming out, and I don't want you to be horrified, it's just me!” I don't know what conditioning she went through for this opinion to stick, but it truly confuses me. In my not so humble opinion, there is nothing sexier than the female form in its most natural state.
Two, work with what you got. It never ceases to amaze me how far beyond sexy it is when a woman embraces who she is (perceived imperfections and all) and is comfortable with herself, in her own skin. Trust me when I say there’s someone out there that will think your “flaw” is adorable. One of my ears sticks out REALLY far, and up until recently it's something I’ve always hated ... but my lady loves it. So one day I decided that I was going to let it go.
Being a man, I have no clue what it’s like to be a woman, but I do know what it’s like to be a human being. While we all go through different trials and tribulations in our lives, a fundamentally universal theme everyone seems to struggle with, is being happy with “all this”! *gestures from head to toes*
So, stop working on attaining “perfection”, and start working on embracing yourself. You ARE sexier than you give yourself credit for.