Why do some women think muscles = masculine?

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Why do some women think muscles = masculine?
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I was talking with a stranger while shopping yesterday. We got on the subject of men's bodies because I was picking stuck out for my boyfriend. She kept commenting that she can only be with masculine men... I stopped her and asked, what do you mean? She said "You know, big muscles, abs, tall, and fit". Since when are only tall muscle heads masculine!? 

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Why do some men think women need big boobs and curves to be considered feminine? 

It is just what is most desired. She just cares about appearance more than the average woman.

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Originally posted by Dale

Why do some men think women need big boobs and curves to be considered feminine? 

It is just what is most desired. She just cares about appearance more than the average woman.

I never looked at it like that! Like when I see an attractive woman, her body is always curvy, thin or not. I need to see shape or I can't be turned on by her. Maybe some women are like this. I know men are visual in nature, more so than women. 

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It is an ideal form for men to be stronger and bigger. This doesn't mean that smaller men aren't masculine. Thing about it this way, you walk into a room and see a dude wearing an a-shirt with some ripped up jeans, a backwards hat, and he is clearly a buff dude who works out. Next to him is a thin man, with a full beard, thick hair, wearing a suite. Which is more or less masculine? 

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Originally posted by jackman

It is an ideal form for men to be stronger and bigger. This doesn't mean that smaller men aren't masculine. Thing about it this way, you walk into a room and see a dude wearing an a-shirt with some ripped up jeans, a backwards hat, and he is clearly a buff dude who works out. Next to him is a thin man, with a full beard, thick hair, wearing a suite. Which is more or less masculine? 

Ask any woman that and I bet she would not be able to answer. I swear that clothing and muscle are the only two things women debate as "masculine" or not when it comes to men. Maybe facial hair as well. 

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I get what you all are saying but it makes no sense to only deem muscle men as masculine. I agree, a sharp dresser, a man who is well groomed with facial hair, all the things mention are just as masculine. 

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Originally posted by Mr Dixon

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Originally posted by jackman

It is an ideal form for men to be stronger and bigger. This doesn't mean that smaller men aren't masculine. Thing about it this way, you walk into a room and see a dude wearing an a-shirt with some ripped up jeans, a backwards hat, and he is clearly a buff dude who works out. Next to him is a thin man, with a full beard, thick hair, wearing a suite. Which is more or less masculine? 

Ask any woman that and I bet she would not be able to answer. I swear that clothing and muscle are the only two things women debate as "masculine" or not when it comes to men. Maybe facial hair as well. 

I know I can't! I mean to me, they are moth masculine for different reasons. Honestly, I would take a sharp dresser over a muscular man any day. I see him dressed more than I do undressed haha

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Re: Why do some women think muscles = masculine?
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Even at smaller heights, men carry more muscle mass than women. Do you find overly muscular women attractive?

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I think women like that are just shallow. There are plenty of women who lack curves who are chased after by men. Look at models, most of them are flat chested and sticks! Men will date and go for tall, short, thin, fat, curvy, ect. then when you look at the average female, they want a man of said height, aid weight, said muscle mass... Who are the shallow pigs really?

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