Per dictionary.com, the word pretty is defined in several ways. As an adjective, it means pleasing or attractive to the eye, as by delicacy or gracefulness: a pretty face.
It's all based on opinion, of course. What one person thinks is pretty (or attractive) won't appeal to another. That's important to remember when you're dating; it's so easy to let your self-esteem get dragged down because one person says you're not pretty.
So, we know that different things are appealing to different people; but can one person find different things appealing as well? What I mean is - could someone who finds a young, thin, blonde woman attractive also find an older, chubby brunette woman just as attractive?
If I were to answer this question myself, I'd say yes. My own taste varies; I'm much more attracted to a man's sense of humor, intelligence and personal style than I am to his looks. As a result, I don't necessarily have a physical "type." But I've been told it's different for men; that they are biologically prone to being attracted to a woman's looks.
So I'm asking; if a guy likes a certain type of woman, and I'm not that type, should I assume that I'm not (and could never be) attractive to him? Or is it possible that a guy's taste could also be varied?