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June 16, 2012 9:44 PM
I really wished society would stop judging whats nice and what's not , I'm a 20 year old female weight 118 and im 5ft 1 and my whole life I've had to fight with my low self esteem due to society's norm of what "beautiful" and "attractive " is .
June 17, 2012 12:48 AM
i don't like muscles on men or women.
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June 17, 2012 9:31 AM
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I really wished society would stop judging whats nice and what's not , I'm a 20 year old female weight 118 and im 5ft 1 and my whole life I've had to fight with my low self esteem due to society's norm of what "beautiful" and "attractive " is .


Take it from an aspie. Fighting against societal norms is a futile battle. The only thing you can do is try to learn to treat yourself like an exception to all the "rules" out there that people judge other people by. If you don't believe in them, then they simply don't apply to you and that's that.
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June 18, 2012 8:32 AM
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Attractive to who is the question. It seems like women largely have this weird idea that muscles aren't sexy, but men love them.

Words cannot express how hot this is to me

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She has muscle curves which are much more attractive than fat curves.


Uh. For men... the pose alone is enough. Lol. And the bright colors.


haha I didn't notice the bright colors, however I did notice her eyes!


But you can't say she looks particularly happy... And for me, a happy person is automatically an attractive person.


no she doesn't look happy but she does look determined, i think that is an attractive quality


I think she looks determined to kill the person responsible for making her pose like that...
  2433308
June 18, 2012 8:59 AM
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i think she looks like she thinking, why is no one f king me yet, im gorgeous and in the position! :-)


Tasteless.
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June 18, 2012 9:02 AM
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Attractive to who is the question. It seems like women largely have this weird idea that muscles aren't sexy, but men love them.

Words cannot express how hot this is to me

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She has muscle curves which are much more attractive than fat curves.


Uh. For men... the pose alone is enough. Lol. And the bright colors.


haha I didn't notice the bright colors, however I did notice her eyes!


But you can't say she looks particularly happy... And for me, a happy person is automatically an attractive person.


no she doesn't look happy but she does look determined, i think that is an attractive quality


I think she looks determined to kill the person responsible for making her pose like that...


Her name is Moorea Wolfe. She was very big in the fitness competitor scene for like two years. She pretty much dropped off the face of the earth after though. Stopped competing supposedly because she wasn't a people person and didn't like having to do appearances, conventions, or anything. Also reportedly a royal b*tch.
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June 19, 2012 10:18 AM
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Attractive to who is the question. It seems like women largely have this weird idea that muscles aren't sexy, but men love them.

Words cannot express how hot this is to me

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She has muscle curves which are much more attractive than fat curves.


Uh. For men... the pose alone is enough. Lol. And the bright colors.


haha I didn't notice the bright colors, however I did notice her eyes!


But you can't say she looks particularly happy... And for me, a happy person is automatically an attractive person.


no she doesn't look happy but she does look determined, i think that is an attractive quality


I think she looks determined to kill the person responsible for making her pose like that...


Her name is Moorea Wolfe. She was very big in the fitness competitor scene for like two years. She pretty much dropped off the face of the earth after though. Stopped competing supposedly because she wasn't a people person and didn't like having to do appearances, conventions, or anything. Also reportedly a royal b*tch.


If someone made me stand like that, I'd be pretty *****y too...
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June 19, 2012 10:23 AM
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And you know this because you're a man...?

I know many guys who say they like it too so I guess it goes either way. Basically, they just like boobs that are pretty. Doesn't matter how it got there, fake or real, small or big.

I like pretty boobs. Natural ones, I prefer smaller because they tend to be perkier. But I also like fake boobs, because they can be bigger AND perkier. Saggy boobs do nothing for me.

Also, Moorea Wolfe looks really good IMO. A little more muscle than I prefer, but nothing repulsive.
Edited by ironanimal On June 19, 2012 10:24 AM
June 19, 2012 11:21 AM
Hell yes. My preferred body type is that of a strong gymnast. One of my favorite fitness idols is Jaime Koeppe who looked exceptional at lower muscle mass and higher muscle mass. She was extremely popular during the early '00s.
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June 19, 2012 11:40 AM
I hate this subject. It all comes down to preference. I would never say to a woman that she was to muscular because she worked damn hard for that. I think it looks great and I'm striving for that kind of physique. I've seen so many people post their progress pics on sites only to have others come and comment about them looking too muscular/manly. What the heck?? Whenever I get further along in my progress I don't think it will matter too much to me. I'm not going to be busting my butt for the ideal body according to other people.
Your going to get so many different answers. I personally think women with muscle look amazing. I don't like the skinny with no muscles look. But to others, that looks better. tongue
June 19, 2012 11:43 AM
Here is a blog filled with strong, confident women.

http://wildgorillaman.blogspot.com/
June 19, 2012 11:48 AM
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I hate this subject. It all comes down to preference. I would never say to a woman that she was to muscular because she worked damn hard for that. I think it looks great and I'm striving for that kind of physique. I've seen so many people post their progress pics on sites only to have others come and comment about them looking too muscular/manly. What the heck?? Whenever I get further along in my progress I don't think it will matter too much to me. I'm not going to be busting my butt for the ideal body according to other people.
Your going to get so many different answers. I personally think women with muscle look amazing. I don't like the skinny with no muscles look. But to others, that looks better. tongue
I wish you the best on your fitness endeavors and will be a fan! blushing
  17993426
June 19, 2012 11:50 AM
It's a personal choice.
I find male-like muscle size and definition gross in the extreme. If I wanted that, I'd go be with a man.
Edited by Bobby_Clerici On June 19, 2012 11:51 AM
June 19, 2012 11:51 AM
Yes. Not Ahnold type muscles, but fitness competitors.
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June 19, 2012 11:51 AM
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Hell yes. My preferred body type is that of a strong gymnast. One of my favorite fitness idols is Jaime Koeppe who looked exceptional at lower muscle mass and higher muscle mass. She was extremely popular during the early '00s.
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stealing to revive the hot girls with muscles thread!
June 19, 2012 11:53 AM
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Hell yes. My preferred body type is that of a strong gymnast. One of my favorite fitness idols is Jaime Koeppe who looked exceptional at lower muscle mass and higher muscle mass. She was extremely popular during the early '00s.
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stealing to revive the hot girls with muscles thread!


WOW..I wish I looked like any of them!
June 19, 2012 11:53 AM
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Here is a blog filled with strong, confident women.

http://wildgorillaman.blogspot.com/


Best. Blog. EVER!!!! Some of those look like my wife.
  6647503
June 19, 2012 11:54 AM
attractive to who? You people keep leaving out the actual variable in this scenario. GEEZ survey fail.
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June 19, 2012 11:55 AM
I find it attractive and hope to reach my goal of being an athletic muscular build when I'm done with my journey!
  5782587
June 19, 2012 11:55 AM
I've worked hard for what I have now, and am still working hard to finally get the abs that I have been aiming for since I started.

Muscles = sexy.

I have to say that muscles gained through the use of steroids are not attractive, but the defined muscles that people (men and women) get through heavy lifting, determination and a healthy diet are drool worthy!!
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June 19, 2012 11:55 AM
Is this thread ever going to go away and die?
June 19, 2012 11:57 AM
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Women should stop caring what others think of their bodies and worry about being fit and healthy and living their best life possible. I can appreciate wanting to be attractive, but the truth is that it doesn't matter if you're lean and fit, have abs, have flab, have rolls. Someone is going to find you attractive, and someone is going to find you unattractive. Be who you want to be. Let the rest of the world judge as they see fit.

FWIW, I think women who are fit are incredibly admirable and beautiful from the inside out. Same goes for women who make their health and fitness a priority in life even if they aren't ripped.


^^^THIS.......we see these threads all the time!
Love yourself!!
June 19, 2012 11:57 AM
Lean muscle is hot on a female!
June 19, 2012 11:57 AM
I don't find abs attractive on girls, a flat stomach is much nicer. My boyfriend also agrees which is good x
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June 19, 2012 11:59 AM
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If the chick looks like she may give me some go in a fight, the answer is no.


haha, I find this an interesting gender role example. I find it interesting that lots of men need to be stronger than their significant others. I wonder if it related to our society's definition of masculinity?


I think it may have something to do with it.

I love my abs and muscle definition and I really don't care if someone doesn't think it's attractive or not. I train so that I like what I see on me...no one else.
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