We "as men" are allowed to feel any way we please. But it's unhealthy to set unrealistic standards of beauty for ourselves. Just do the best with what you were given. And if you can't/won't do anything about your body shape or skincare, then well-fitting clothing and a good attitude go a looong way.
It's also helpful to remember that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and when it comes to "studliness" there are plenty of straight women/gay men who aren't into the whole muscle-bound, chin-dimple look. Just as there are plenty of straight men/lesbians who like women with more fat or a more modest bossom than what we're used to seeing in the media.
All that said, I'm pretty sure you're concern trolling. But in the case that I'm wrong... Welcome to GB :)
By your criteria, I think you'll find a fine time in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, or Vancouver. There's no reason you couldn't find the time you're looking for in either city.
I'll still put my vote in for Montreal though. I was born and raised in T.O., and have lived in Ottawa for years (I've only visited Vancouver, but had a really good time there as well). But while there's nothing wrong with any of those cities there's still nothing quite like Montreal.
Go there. There's old. There's new. There's nightlife. There's debauchery. And the most naturally beautiful people in the world (IMHO).
Both pretty weak, but I had an easier time believing Tomb Raider's excuse. But you're right OP, Farcry 3 was under-criticized when taking the complaints about Tomb Raider into account. Such is the fate of Lara Croft. She'll always be scrutinized by all sides for being a monolithic representation of female protagonists in games.
I doubt I'll be uploading my gameplay to any social media sites. But I'm sure I'll be watching friends/strangers play games as that's all I ever used onlive for. Might be a little weird for me when I start to notice people watching me though. I'll probably be gazing at a wall texture or prodding at some esoteric gameplay system, realize how boring that would be to a spectator and feel pressure to "get on with the show".