Well not too sure about the word 'glamorous' but I suppose if that is the focus, it would most
probable rank amongst the younger people. I mean there is glamor used a lot of ways, in people
attributes, in clothing, in physical appearance, etc.
As for an attraction factor, I think for the younger group it is probably firstly based on appearance.
Not always of course but I would say that is a lot of what attracts younger people to each other.
Personally, I think middle aged men and often older, are more attractive then younger men. That
is just me. For example, I would be much more attracted to a 50 year old Clint Eastwood than a
20 year old Clint Eastwood. Men when young tend to be baby faced. When they grow older, their
face become rugged with character.
In regards to glamor, I see nothing glamorous about a man in general.