Use constructions like so it means to continue an argument or discussion you have just introduced: Tufguy posted a question about "hunk", so I suppose he has recently seen or heard the word somewhere. You can't use so this way after a statement that begins with if.Is it correct to say "If you are talking about a hunk so it means you are talking about a person being muscular than being handsome"?
Tufguy, one correct way to construct your statement would be If you are talking about a hunk, it means you are talking about a person being muscular rather than handsome.
[STRIKE]But[/STRIKE] You have used "being" before "rather than". Shouldn't [STRIKE]be you using[/STRIKE] you use it before "handsome" as well?