While I cant speak for every male on the planet, but in my opinion, a mature male is attracted to a woman on many levels, the more mature, the less the physical is important.
That is not to say that the things that caught our eye when we were young disappear, they just become less important, except for those things that seem to drive all common sense from our brains.
Take me for instance, I have a weakness for deep soulful eyes, no matter what the color, a nice smile, and the final nail in my coffin is an irish or scot accent, and depending on the region, a southern american accent is just as hypnotic.
While I can keep my wits about me if a woman has only one of those attributes, I am sunk if they are in combination, and if all three is present, my brain turns to mush.
I always look at a woman's eyes and smile first, because you can tell what kind of person she is with those two things. A tight smile is a warning that she is a bit short tempered and hard to please, lackluster eyes, and she has lost heart in too many things, and so forth.
The problem today is that both men and women have gotten jaded. Too many times a relationship that is salvagable is thrown away because it needs more work and commitment.
But there are a few of us old guys who still find the idea of a long term, lifetime partnership appealing, if we could ever get pick the right one.
But, guys, I will tell you this, if you are just looking at how a woman is built, you fail to see the whole woman.
To put it another way, look at a woman like you would look at a blue water sail cruiser.
Her strength inside, her heart and soul is just as important as her lines. Many a vessel with good lines have sunk becuase there was no strength inside, or the heart and soul of the boat were negelected.
Please remember ladies, ships, blue water sailing cruisers are referred to as she. Men who spend any length of time on the sea can see that boats are like people. They have thier own personality, thier own preferences, likes and dislikes, and above all, if you listen, they will speak to you, and if you dont listen, that boat is gonna let you down.
Taking care of a nice sloop or schooner is not work, it is a labor of love, just like taking care of a woman, the pleasure is the same. For a man and woman are partners, just like a sailor and his vessel. Two halves that make a whole.