Well, that is primarily not for me to answer.
What goes into making a person "sexy"?
I would like to think that I possess some of these qualities, and I suppose if one is aware of their own qualities, it can only enhance their standing amongst other people, and the ongoing effect is that this person would become liked, maybe even revered, by others, and consequently looked up to as someone who can be relied on in "delivering the goods".
As a young boy and young man, I was shy, and to an extent I still am, Shyness perhaps perversely being yet another quality that makes a person "sexy".
Shy people are often quite humble, and humbleness is a quality that is admired throughout the land.
In reality, not many people can tolerate loud aggressive people, unless they, too, are similar.
Sexiness, for me, is made up of many components.
On an aesthetic level, I look for prettiness rather than beauty.
One can argue that "prettiness" is a form of beauty, and I cannot argue with that.
When I met my ex-wife in the Eighties, out of the blue, it seemed, I immediately "knew" that I had to have her, that she was the one for me, at that particular point of my life.
She was stunningly pretty, had an "hour-glass" figure, and was intelligent.
As time went on, I realised that she was not only all of these things, but she was a caring person and a beautiful spirit.
After losing our child through a painful miscarriage, one night she disappeared out of my life.
But her fragile beauty is one that remains with me, despite everything.
"Sexiness" is a state of mind - it is how you perceive it - the subjectivity of Sexiness is key.............................. :wink: