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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Muscles

The massive muscles of a trained bodybuilder prompt polar reactions. 

(Edited to remove the wrong video. This is the link to the right one:) LINK

"Dammit, Janet!"

And men definitely have it easier. Lots of ladies will drool over an Arnold in his prime.....and what are most superheroes other than musclebound icons? Muscled hero worship goes back to Herakles and Gilgamesh.


Der Ahnold

 But what about when the muscles adorn a female body? 

Why do large breasts on female bodybuilders look glued on ?

That's better! (Nice armpits too. LOL)

I think for some the notion of a muscle runs contrary to femininity, but is it? Or is it a matter of degree?

How's this softer version working for you?

But whether you find muscles attractive in a visual sense, there is no denying that they contribute to a particular Amazonian vibe in a kinky environment.

Is he impressed by her flexing, or worried about that strap-on?

What accentuates the feminizing of a submissive male more than a muscled Amazon?

Ultimately whether muscles are a sport, a health goal, attractive, unattractive, or appealing as a fetish, depends entirely on the viewer or participant. What about you? 
Does a whipping from a muscled woman hurt more?

Is this sexy, or a turn-off?

Is there a middle ground?














19 comments:

  1. Each to their own, for me No, especially for the females, I so enjoy a beautiful woman and this is not, but this is my opinion. Jack

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    1. No problem. This post was all about asking for differing opinions....and you are not alone.

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  2. I once aspired to that Arnold look, but I definitely do not have the genetics for it. Regarding the women, I don't mind a very muscled look, and I'm even attracted to it to a certain degree. For me, the third woman in your line up is the most most attractive, followed by the last. As for why the boobs look glued on, because they basically are. To get down to that level of muscle definition requires a hell of a lot of dieting and low body fat, and given that boobs are mostly fat, fake boobs are pretty much a requirement if they want to have any boobs at all.

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    1. Those are my favorites too. And I heard that about the boobs, but it's still freaky to look at. I can't body-build. I was absurdly skinny in my teens and nothing I did helped. My son had the same issue. May father was so thin in his youth that the old photos of him in the Army artillery in Germany (he was lucky enough to be between wars) make him look like a POW.

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    2. I had that same issue. I was naturally skinny, and then made it worse by having really hard physical jobs that burned through tons of calories. When I went to college, I was able to put on some muscle with the help of lots of lifting and lots of supplements, but it was still a fight to put on pounds. Now I seemto have not trouble at all putting on pounds -- just not in muscle!

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    3. By college I gave up on bulking up and jut took up fencing where being tall and thin is an advantage. (If you line up a fencing team, you can usually separate the members into their weapons by just looking at their build......usually. )

      I still don't bulk up but I have a belly. BUT I still can lose weight easily......something others don't like to hear. LOL

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  3. The bolt-ons on an otherwise skinny body builder are definitely a turnoff. Of course that pretty much is my view on boob enhancements and tattoos in general. I like the natural state. Now muscles on a woman are definitely a turn on.

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    1. I like small natural breasts. Muscles are a matter of degree for me.

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  4. I remember a few years ago when I was going to the gym daily - I had a fear of building too much muscle - I believe a female should be soft ... with soft curves. My trainer assured me that I wouldn't land up looking like a body builder - just gonna give me strong muscles to support a healthy life style :)

    As for men - I don't tend to look at muscles - I like my men bald and taller / bigger than me.. I like them to look strong without looking like they take steroids.

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    1. Your trainer sounds about right.

      I am tall but not strong-looking. I'm too artsy-looking and have delicate hands and movements, but being skinny paid off now since most of the athletic guys I know have grown fat and I look better than they do now. LOL

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    2. oh yeah muscle mass goes to flab when you age and when you stop working out :)

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  5. I dont particularly like my men muscular either. I think it makes them hard to cuddle with lol. As for women, i think i like looking at (and being, with no such luck or discipline to do so) trim and lean rather than muscular.

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    1. Rosa says I'm too thin and angular to easily cuddle with even without muscles. But cuddling is overrated. LOL

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  6. If you put all the people I have been in a relationship with side by side, looking like they did at the time, you'd be hard pressed to find a theme, at least in the men, other than none of them were particularly muscular looking. The ability to pick me up off the ground has always been preferred, but not necessary.

    Women(IMNSHO)should be soft, no matter what, but I tend to favor women who are on the larger side, whether genetic or trans, although there have been a few on the slender side.

    I have been known to actively avoid men who are muscular looking.

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    1. I'm a lot like that. My mother used to say I dated "a cross-section of the population". LOL

      I have also been know to avoid men who are muscular looking. ;-)

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  7. I just recalled a line from a work friend from several years ago. I was telling him about my efforts to gain muscle, and he asked me why I did it. I quoted the Kevin Spacey line from American Beauty:"Because I want to look good naked?" His deadpan response:"The bigger your muscles get, the smaller your dick looks." Words of wisdom.

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    1. Well then I'm in real trouble. I'm thin, non-muscular, and I shave.....all things that SHOULD make me look bigger.....and I don't. Oh well. LOL

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    2. I agree with you and Dan #3 and the last lady are the best looking. I believe a lady should be soft and curvey, not worried size if the proportions are right. I don't think the extra bulky muscles are attractive on a man or especially on a woman. I have always been on the large size and in my twenties did a lot of heavy lifting so was pretty muscular without the lifters physique. And yes in the last 40 some odd years some my shoulder bulk has slipped down to my waist. LOL

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    3. Joe: Waistlines do expand but I'm lucky in that mine has been within reason. I used to be 6'3" and weighed 180 lbs.with a 34" waist.......for a LONG time. Now? They say I'm 6' 2" (disc degeneration no doubt) weigh about 195 and have a 36" waist. But by what I see in other peers? I'll take it gladly. LOL

      I lost 10 lbs in a week when I had Covid. I know I could lose 10 lbs with effort......but why? I'm happy at 195.

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