Lots of great advice in here. No matter what you want from guys right now you’re going to be well-served by developing yourself in whatever ways you find meaningful. Academics, athletics, hobbies, volunteering, and socializing are great ways to spend your time along with anything else you find fulfilling. These are all ways to gain life experience that will make you into a more well-rounded person that will increase your chances of attracting a quality male that you’re compatible with.
To give you some male perspective around your age as best I can (I’m 38, so not TOO old), my 18 year-old stepson is a very fit 6’1" hockey player who is quite handsome. He’s a senior in high school right now and he’s had girls sending him unsolicited nudes, sexting him and more or less throwing themselves at him since he’s been a freshman.
From a guy’s perspective, that’s not as great as it sounds, not when you’re still a child. Adolescent boys are not equipped to process all of that, even if they can enjoy it on a superficial level. He had to deal with the fuckboy reputation he earned as a sophomore when he was nailing everything in sight (thankfully with condoms). He cooled off his junior year and basically stayed away from girls for almost a year, taking up Fortnight and other online gaming with his buddies. Coming up on graduation, he’s finally got a girlfriend who has left a really good impression on me and his mother and he’s starting to think about the importance of females above and beyond getting his dick wet. She’s pulling him in good directions and I’m happy for both of them.
Who knows if it will work out? By all odds it probably won’t, but maybe it will. They both seem to be trying and not just using each other for sex. No matter what, I’m proud of him for learning how to differentiate between girls who want to use him for sex and girls who think something more of him.
I’ve never raised girls, but I imagine you have to navigate the same sort of situations.
Best of luck to you, and I don’t have a grim outlook for any 17 year-old who keeps a workout log on T-Nation. I’m sure you’ll do fine!