whateveryo saidYou know, a 'real human being' and not someone who has won the genetic lottery or looks like a walking, talking ad campaign.
Most men I've known closely, or even intimately, have had at least one genetic anomaly, internally or externally. Not always severe enough to be classified a deformity, more an oddity. I have some myself, including deformed ankle bones that affect my walking & running ability, but aren't visible to the naked eye.
I've known men with odd hair patterns (one guy had a 2-inch diameter patch of very thick hair to the left of his lower spine, long enough to be a tail), misshapen toes, birthmarks, a laundry list of things. I've concluded that very few people are genetically perfect, that almost everyone has some kind of bodily flaw somewhere, either inside or outside, even if they don't know it themselves.
But for the majority of people it's minor & insignificant, or at least should be, unless they or others fixate on it. As for being attractive, I can imagine that possibility for some people, although I've never met a man with an imperfection that particularly appealed to me. But neither do minor flaws bother me, I hardly think about them unless he happens to mention it, my attraction to a guy being more than superficial appearance.