So, one of the constraints I have on designing my world's fantasy races is that all of them used to be human, because these creatures only came about through humans getting access to supernatural shapeshifting powers. This means, among other things, that they all have to conform to human standards of beauty, because (at least with the first generation) they don't magically get their own new standards of beauty upon transforming. All of the creatures I create, if I want it to be at all believable that more than a miniscule minority of people became them, have to be things a human could look at and believably go "yeah, I'd hit that".
But this brought up an interesting question as I was designing them: how should I design a fantasy race so that it has attractive men?
I don't mean that in the sense of "what makes guys sexy", I've been able to get a pretty good idea of that on my own. No, I mean more along the lines of:
What is the male equivalent of a catgirl?
We've seen endless examples of female fantasy creatures with exotic nonhuman characteristics designed specifically to make them more attractive to men, from elf ears, to animal ears, to tails, to those anime girls with wings where a tramp stamp would be, but it's the strangest thing, I can't seem to find much discussion at all about what nonhuman features you could add to the male form to make them hotter.
And you see, the first two races I introduce are basically the "gateway races", intended to ease humanity into the concept of turning themselves into nonhumans, and so they're the least bizarre looking and the most conventionally attractive by human standards (though still capable of having unattractive members, I'm talking more about the upper ceiling). The speed-based race is more traditionally feminine in appearance, the strength-based race more traditionally masculine. The men of the former are the pretty straightforward concept of pretty-boys, so they're no problem, but I'm trying to figure out what sorts of "this clearly isn't human" features I should add to the men of the latter species that would enhance, rather than detract from, their appearance.