Being honest is a "Win/Win" situation. Several years ago, I talked to this guy online for months. The subject of our mannerisms never came up during this time. We met for drinks and got along great, but he eventually said "I really like you but no offense, you're kind of like hanging out with one of my straight friends." He assumed because I was gay that I was going to be a little feminine and this disappointed him. But he wasn't the only one doing the assuming. I assumed because he was into sports and cars that he would be masculine. I was wrong about him too.
And for those who say it's not important, why do you state your height, weight, skin/hair color and fitness level in your profile? All of these things factor into preference and being upfront about them just helps weed out the guys that aren't going to be into you anyway.
To the OP: Yes, I can tell you're feminine but that's no better or worse than being masculine. It's just who you are and I applaud you in not trying to hide it or deceive people like so many guys do. The important thing is that you don't seem to be one of those fem guys that are all bitchy and acid tongued in response to the way you're treated in society. Many guys are attracted to fem guys and as long as you remain a likable person, you'll meet the right person if you stay honest. Always always be yourself.