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« on: September 04, 2011, 04:33:00 am »

I know getting in shape is a trend for some women these days, especially with all the fitness channels, products, exercise methods, suppliments, nutriants etc. Though are more and more women really getting into building muscle? And if so is this really becoming more of a regular thing? As I am not sure they are, as much as I'd love to see more muscular babes.

In this day and age where men don't have to go out and hunt anymore or do as much physically taxing work to make a living, and women having equal rights and opportunities to men (men not having to be the bread winner) I can see this becoming more the case in theory. As there isn't a need for men to be stronger than women because they (generally speaking) don't need to be physically stronger to work and don't have the upper hand as much in society. This puts men and women on an even playing field, so as more women hit the gym to work out and exercise, a lot of women could realistically overtake men (who aren't also gym buffs or sporty) in being physically stronger. I mean, you have female cage fighters now!

Personally, to see women with bigger and stronger muscles than men as a normal thing in society and culture would be phenomenal. Though I don't know if it will ever happen or if it could actually ever happen in practice for whatever reason.
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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2011, 03:52:57 am »

While there are more women into body building and strength training, they are still a small percentage of the population.   Most of the women I see on a  daily basis range from somewhat overweight to morbidly obese.  I don't see that changing anytime soon. 

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« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2011, 10:43:56 am »

My father, a retired police officer, believes he could beat about any woman in a fight. Any women disagree?
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« Reply #3 on: September 09, 2011, 04:08:15 pm »

Yeah, a woman with muscle is still a very rare sighting indeed, unless you happen to live in a hotbed of action.  The sightings are so slim that I get excited if I see any kind of rise, bulge, or vein. 
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« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2011, 06:32:40 am »

Yes for me too, my wife had a 6pack when we were dating. Even after we had our first child she was still managed to maintain those abs (but with workout of course). I would say that her abs were actually better and more cut after her first birth cos she worked extremely hard for them. She don't even have to squeeze to see those abs at that time. But now that we have our third child. she stopped. I still miss those days man.
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« Reply #5 on: November 21, 2011, 08:55:43 am »

I can say yes, because "for every man's failed there is a woman"  The biggest weakness of a man is the woman!
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« Reply #6 on: December 11, 2011, 07:11:09 am »

It's a fantasy of mine too. As others have stated, muscle women are indeed a small part of the population - but socially I believe and hope [in our lifetime], we will see a shift toward a more matriarchal society. I say this as a hetero-sexual male - generally speaking, male leaders have made a mess of the world. For me it's never been about the domineering aspect of a well muscled women, just the hightened sexuality it adds to femininity. Symbolically also, a muscular women represents a gender-bending concept. As you stated - men are the "hunter-gatheres" of the species, and a muscular male attracts the female attention because he's strong and will be a good provider and pass on his genes. But the muscular woman turns that on it's head!
Women are not supposed to be strong and powerful, and the sight of one makes sexually repressed men (and women) very uneasy. This is a good thing. It forces us to consider the similarities between the sexes and move away from the ridiculous stereotypes pass down through the ages. The strong muscular woman represents everything good we must strive for. She is "the great mother." The savior. The archetypal mother.  
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« Reply #7 on: January 18, 2012, 12:48:44 pm »

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generally speaking, male leaders have made a mess of the world.

when you think of female leader (at least on the republican side of things), who comes to mind? probably sarah palin.  and while not a big fan, you will love this video of Lisa Nova imitating Sarah Palin.  Lisa is HOT! Great legs. pretty funny video too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhTd4_Ids80

I would take her as my leader!!
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« Reply #8 on: January 21, 2012, 10:53:12 am »

The image of a fit muscular woman up against a weak skinny man is an incredible turn on for whatever reason. given the fact that ghere are 5 billion people on the planet there are millions of super fit women out there and millions of extremely winpy guys .. but still ... a very rare situation ...
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« Reply #9 on: January 22, 2012, 10:31:29 am »

Lisa Nova is super hot in that video... but a hardbody?
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« Reply #10 on: October 24, 2012, 01:51:47 pm »

I think there is a shift on what we think the role of a man and a woman is in society as to what it was like before and when you take into account that and some other factors you see an overall de-emasculation of men and more accepted for woman to act masculine.

What I mean is that looking at popular culture you can tell more femine traits are being sought after in guys with the rise of singers like Justin Bieber, Jonas Brothers, and One Directions (Music taste and preference aside these are popular culture.) who are younger, emotional, artistic, and have less masculine features overall facially and in muscle but this is the norm as opposed to the action movie era of the 80's/90's. Now there are exceptions to the norm and woman who will always be in the minority but from my observations this is the way it has gone.

Woman on the other hand are going the other way with it albeit with limitations. Woman are can be more sexually open then once before and have more authority in relationships. There is not a sport in my province that does not have a female equivalent and ones that dont allow woman to play on the same teams are guys, hell I know woman boxers/wrestlers who due to weight classes fight guys and won (Usually using speed over strength). There has been a higher interest in things such as Crossfit and fitness in general and when I go to the gym there are way more woman overall then men although free weights are still male dominated.

Im not an expert but Im just going off my own observations. As men are lucky as we can act more femine then woman can be masculine overall. More woman are seeing being fit and showing some muscle as sexy and more men seem to be accepting of it but I think it has more to do with our societies current focus on health and fitness in this decade and higher fat diets that leads to more naturally muscular woman now then in the past but its a fine line for a woman before being shunned by men for being "too muscular" even at the fitness level.

As each generation passes I think we will actually see a shift in this role more so but not so much that we will see a complete reversal but more of an evening out and that will not be anytime soon but over the coarse of a few generations. Woman who work out now also have better supplements then use to be available to put on size easier but if the trent increases then who is to say each generation of woman wont have an easier time putting on weight/muscle density and if men keep going at their trent we may see a generation of men who have a harder time putting on muscle which seems like it would come sooner then the opposite.

I also heard somewhere that in the Y chromosome that makes a baby male as each generation goes by it is getting smaller. I have heard things disproving and for this so it may play an overall factor but if thats the case it is not something we can help and emasculation is gonna happen but I think even it is a case that the Y chromosome is shrinking Im thinking it caused by our actions rather then on its own but I aint no scientist, just a man who likes woman with big muscles.

Im actually not in favor of this whole role reversal thing as Im just kind of a masculine guy who things a man should be a man but to each their own. I also do not want to say its getting easier for woman to put on muscle to a noticeable degree or not because I dont wish to take anything away from the current generation of female atheletes who worked hard for their results but when I see that 17 year old girl from the UK and Haylee McNeff at 21 and hear they are natural (Which I do not doubt at all.) it makes me think of these things.

Sorry bout the short novel guys but I mum this idea in my head quite a bit haha.
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« Reply #11 on: November 20, 2012, 12:23:47 am »

While there are more women into body building and strength training, they are still a small percentage of the population.   Most of the women I see on a  daily basis range from somewhat overweight to morbidly obese.  I don't see that changing anytime soon. 
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« Reply #12 on: December 10, 2012, 11:22:56 pm »

short answer yes
 long answer yes
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« Reply #13 on: December 22, 2012, 11:57:09 am »

The answer is Yes, women are more mush stronger than men. This is a fact and many time experienced it.
Really? I am not even fit, but nevertheless I am clearly stronger than most of my female friends. I've met women stronger than me, but they are reaaaaally rare.
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« Reply #14 on: February 07, 2013, 04:07:50 am »

I my opinion i am totally agree with"Women are not supposed to be strong and powerful, and the sight of one makes sexually repressed men very uneasy. This is a good thing. It forces us to consider the similarities between the sexes and move away from the ridiculous stereotypes pass down through the ages."
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