An urban male with a heterosexual orientation who rejects many macho attributes often linked to masculinity. He adopts many traits often associated with heterosexual females and gay males -- e.g. expensive hair care, stylish clothes.
a guy who likes to shop, is into fashion, likes to go to the spa and girly things
a male, that lives in a metropolitain
a man that dresses really really really nice to the point of other men thinking that maybe he is gay
a man that knows masculinity is not about being rude and dirty, but being well-dressed, well-groomed, well-mannered, well-cultured, and well-balanced
a man with a strong interest in personal grooming and other female-associated pursuits
an individual (neither referring specifically to a male nor a female) who defies behavior that society deems as appropriate for his or her given sex
a straight man that acts like a gay man
a straight man who, breaking with the traditional male aversion to beauty products and extensive grooming, spends a fair amount of time, energy, and money taking care of his hair and skin
a straight man who enjoys an urban environment, who knows how to wear a suit, would rather go to a club, bar or coffee shop than hockey game, sports bar and monster truck rally
a straight man who is sensitive, wears the latest fashion, uses male make-up and often comes across as gay
a trend-driven, metropolitan kind of guy who likes to date girls but likes to primp like us, too
a young man with money to spend, living in or within easy reach of a metropolis because that's where all the best shops, clubs, gyms and hairdressers are," Simpson wrote in Salon
An affluent and often handsome heterosexual man whose self value is derived from his lifestyle and his appearance.
Any urban dwelling male who has learned to accept his Venus and not project it onto women.
Metrosexuality is the trait of an urbane man of any sexual orientation (usually heterosexual) who has a strong aesthetic sense and spends a great amount of time and money on his appearance and lifestyle. American trend spotter Marian Salzman coined the term in 1993.
Metrosexual (Thai: à¹à¸à¹Šà¸‡à¸Šà¸°à¸™à¸µà¸à¸±à¸šà¸à¸µà¹à¸à¸š or Gang chanee gap ee-aep) is a 2006 Thai romantic-comedy about four women who believe their best friend is about to marry a man who is gay. The film was directed by Yongyooth Thongkongtoon, who also directed The Iron Ladies. The five female leads all co-host a daytime talk show on Thai TV Channel 3.