OK, now I am just pissing time away. (And then I wonder why I'm stressed out?) But I couldn't resist checking out this page of different experiments and questionnaires that Richard mentioned in one of the comments threads.
So I took the masculine attractiveness test-- and my results say that I preferred the more masculine face 90% of the time. But when I look at the three male faces together (masculine, average, and feminine), I think the feminine male face is definitely the best looking and the masculine face not so much. And I could swear I was choosing the options that looked more like the feminine face each time. It's all very confusing. (Not that being masculine is bad, but I do have a history of preferring more delicate features in men.)