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Old 01-25-2013, 03:14 PM
 
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I agree, the other angle to this is since we live in a lazy society it is much easier to be "curvy" or "busty" (overweight) due to lack of exercise and eating right, stuff your giant butt and boobs into provocative clothing and claim you are real woman and degenerate those who actually are fit and sexy for not being this way. Repulsive to me, desired by some.
Pretty much agree. And there is nothing wrong with REAL curves..that are fit and toned. They make a woman look amazing in her clothes, in a way that shapewear (you know what I mean girls) just can't match. But I don't consider jiggly wobbly fat piled on a woman's body, and trussed into a shape SHE might think is sexy....to be authentically sexy. There is a better way, but it's a way tougher way to live than gazing in the mirror, telling oneself lies about how attractive they are with their "curves"
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Old 01-25-2013, 03:21 PM
 
Location: Up in the air
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Pretty much agree. And there is nothing wrong with REAL curves..that are fit and toned. They make a woman look amazing in her clothes, in a way that shapewear (you know what I mean girls) just can't match. But I don't consider jiggly wobbly fat piled on a woman's body, and trussed into a shape SHE might think is sexy....to be authentically sexy. There is a better way, but it's a way tougher way to live than gazing in the mirror, telling oneself lies about how attractive they are with their "curves"
Yes, women shouldn't find themselves attractive unless they fit in the narrow mold of what you feel is attractive.

Got it.

Like I've mentioned before, I have a stomach pooch and will never have a flat stomach no matter how much I work out because of muscle damage from surgery when I was younger. Should I look in the mirror and tell myself every day that I'm fat and unattractive because of that?
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Old 01-25-2013, 03:24 PM
 
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I wanna know who decided a woman should get that beefed up to win a pageant. She looks like she could whoop my ass lol
I think it's mostly an illusion. She is probably a little dehydrated there to make her look more defined along with the tan. And she has some slightly masculine feature, strong jaw and shoulders. In person she's not overly muscled at all.

Oh, and she didn't win, so...yeeaahhh.

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Webb is hot and I want her hair!!!!
That was my first thought, too. It's truly fantastic.

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Old 01-25-2013, 04:11 PM
 
Location: Next stop Antarctica
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I am sure most women only want to be themselves but young girls are constantly being bombarded with images of celebs with over blown boobs,which is bound to influence the way they see themselves.
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Old 01-25-2013, 04:35 PM
 
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I am sure most women only want to be themselves but young girls are constantly being bombarded with images of celebs with over blown boobs,which is bound to influence the way they see themselves.
In addition, when girls start developing earlier and earlier, their 'less endowed' friends see the attention they get and can become very envious. My best friend developed very early (she was a D cup by freshman year of HS) and was constantly asked out, given preferential treatment and opportunities that were NEVER offered to me.
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Old 01-25-2013, 05:11 PM
 
Location: Kansas City, MO
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So,you don't like big hips,nor big boobs.
You like a proportionate woman. Name a celeb who has the type of figure you are looking for.
Where did I say I don't like big boobs or did I say that a while back? I just don't like really big or huge boobs. Shape seems to matter more as far as what is most attractive. And hips? Basically the same deal, just don't like huge or disproportionate hips.

I like the 'girl next door' type more than anything. Celebrities I like? Well that doesn't necessarily have to do with figures, but I really like Alexis Bledel.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8498/8...4179107c_b.jpg

I like this:
http://imagesgonerogue.com/preview/010/kate-upton6.jpg

(I'm not much for hype stuff, but that^ is nice.)
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Old 01-25-2013, 05:37 PM
 
Location: Texas
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Where did I say I don't like big boobs or did I say that a while back? I just don't like really big or huge boobs. Shape seems to matter more as far as what is most attractive. And hips? Basically the same deal, just don't like huge or disproportionate hips.

I like the 'girl next door' type more than anything. Celebrities I like? Well that doesn't necessarily have to do with figures, but I really like Alexis Bledel.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8498/8...4179107c_b.jpg

I like this:
http://imagesgonerogue.com/preview/010/kate-upton6.jpg

(I'm not much for hype stuff, but that^ is nice.)
Alexis... Those eyes pierce through a man's soul like none I've ever seen
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Old 01-25-2013, 05:54 PM
 
Location: Kansas City, MO
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Haha. I feel like mentioning Kate Upton in the same post is degrading to Alexis.
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:41 PM
 
Location: where you sip the tea of the breasts of the spinsters of Utica
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Where did I say I don't like big boobs or did I say that a while back? I just don't like really big or huge boobs. Shape seems to matter more as far as what is most attractive. And hips? Basically the same deal, just don't like huge or disproportionate hips.

I like the 'girl next door' type more than anything. Celebrities I like? Well that doesn't necessarily have to do with figures, but I really like Alexis Bledel.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8498/8...4179107c_b.jpg

I like this:
http://imagesgonerogue.com/preview/010/kate-upton6.jpg

(I'm not much for hype stuff, but that^ is nice.)
I think that second one would be my ideal. Curvy, but neither muscled nor skinny, bedroom eyes. She's just soft enough to make for good cuddling. Women who are too toned and athletic are good to look at, but less fun to cuddle with.
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:49 PM
 
Location: The western periphery of Terra Australis
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Ha, it's so weird to see Katharine's picture all over the Internet. She's not normally that muscular, btw. She and all the girls get more toned for the pageant, but that's not a look they aim to maintain year round.
I didn't see anything too muscular about her. Maybe I'm not seeing something you are?
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