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Is there such a thing as too big?

M76
6 days ago - permalink

For me there certainly is. After a certain size there is a steep drop off in attractiveness of women. When their frame gets to a certain size muscles do not pop as well in my opinion. I'm more interested in the shape and definition of muscles than pure size.

I think women who go the the exterme start to have amorphous muscles. The falloff is somewhere in the phisique category. Some physique competitors already seem like that.

I've plotted the level of attractiveness compared to size in this chart.

6 days ago - permalink

Look at andrea shaw,beutiful. ( to me anyway) i bet in just a few years some of these fbb women will match men in size mostly, but with the beauty.

6 days ago - permalink

Honestly I'd have to answer 'no' to that question. I haven't come across 'too big' yet. While I find most athletic women (at all levels) attractive, women built like Kim Perez, Angela Yeo, Virginia Sanchez, Rene Campbell and Jan Harrel (in her prime) represent physical female perfection to me.

6 days ago - permalink

The bigger the better for me

6 days ago - permalink

@M76, I actually can see where you're coming from. Aleesha Young, Andrea Shaw and some others, still look beautiful and have great detail in their muscularity. Rene Marven has been gorgeous to me in every level she has acheived. There are some, without naming names, that have lost some of their appeal to me.

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6 days ago - permalink

I could never rate attraction based on a chart. This ain't rocket surgery. I'm attracted to who I'm attracted to for a multitude of reasons.

For the record, I love them absolutely massive, masculine and confident :)

6 days ago - permalink

Yes some women seem to lose their femininity if they go down a certain way but that's OK. But plenty more beautiful muscle Women we can love..

6 days ago - permalink

I think it's really at an individual level. Personally, for me, the bigger the better, BUT, most women aren't physically built for bodybuilder sizes, and thus, are not physically capable of reaching that level without compromising what makes a woman conventionally attractive in the first place; it's not the muscles that make them less attractive, but the chemicals that literally make them, at a hormonal level, more male. I'm not gay, so that's a big no-no. There's also the fact that they just don't have the fibers or frame for the physique to look appealing, so the muscles themselves are less attractive.

There's also the fact that a hot girl is a hot girl, and outside of extreme, unhealthy changes (ie, hardcore anorexia, obesity, or steroid abuse), thay'll still be hot . Some guys like them skinny, some like them curvy or thick, and others, like them plump, or even outright fat, or on the other end, fit, athletic, if not outright muscular. The ugliest girl in the world could take the best care of her body, and she'll still be ugly, while a 20 something can party and eat like shit, and still be a dime without trying. So for me, the ideal would be an already athletic and 'built' girl with a nice ass, + heavy lifting and other exercises (yoga, cardio, and calisthenics might not make you jacked, but it's definitely hot), with a reasonable dose of anavar and maybe winny, and I'd be happy. If a girl like that could get to Natalia's size doing that, even better, but that's either impossible or a unicorn. Some of my favorite girls have been bikini babes, others outright bodybuilders, but it really depends on the girl, and some (who have the build) I wish would size up a bit more, while others 'ruin' themselves by going too far, it all just depends on the girl.

6 days ago - permalink

No. The answer is no.

6 days ago - permalink

No. The bigger the better.

5 days ago - edited 5 days ago - permalink

I dunno. I guess it all boils down to preference. As long as they still have really pretty or cute faces (Ex. Denise Hoshor, Aleesha Young, Oana Hreapca) the bigger the better. But when they lose any and every trace of their femininity like Rene Toney or they start to look plastic as fuck like Natalia Trukhina, that is where I kinda draw the line.

M76
5 days ago - edited 5 days ago - permalink

Most of you seem to misunderstand what I'm saying. I like bigger muscles too, but after a certain point, bigger just goes into a blob where the individual muscles don't separate at all. Everyone has a certain frame to build on, if they go beyond a point the muscles will just start to engorge on each other fighting for space. I want each muscle group to pop seperately, but after a certain size that is no longer the case.

5 days ago - permalink

For me there certainly is. After a certain size there is a steep drop off in attractiveness of women. When their frame gets to a certain size muscles do not pop as well in my opinion. I'm more interested in the shape and definition of muscles than pure size.

I think women who go the the exterme start to have amorphous muscles. The falloff is somewhere in the phisique category. Some physique competitors already seem like that.

I've plotted the level of attractiveness compared to size in this chart.

I do get your reasoning but I just can't help myself. So I say "No".

5 days ago - permalink

IMO, yes, definitely. It's all entirely subjective, of course, as "too big" usually precedes the question "too big for who?" or "too big for what?" But I know that we're talking about attractiveness, mostly. With me, at least, there comes a point at which the mass (and sometimes even the definition) goes from attractive to repulsive. Extreme size and definition can still be impressive, though, even if my reaction to them is different.

5 days ago - permalink

If you look like Nataliya Trukhina, NO. If you look like Renée Tony, YES.

There’s femininity and there’s not.

[deleted]
5 days ago - permalink

Most of you seem to misunderstand what I'm saying. I like bigger muscles too, but after a certain point, bigger just goes into a blob where the individual muscles don't separate at all. Everyone has a certain frame to build on, if they go beyond a point the muscles will just start to engorge on each other fighting for space. I want each muscle group to pop seperately, but after a certain size that is no longer the case.

That's like saying powerlifters aren't attractive, to which i must also say a hearty no. One villain who always fascinated me is the Kingpin, and that brutal reveal where we thought he was obese but instead he's pure muscle. I wouldn't mind a female version of that.

5 days ago - permalink

That's like saying powerlifters aren't attractive, to which i must also say a hearty no. One villain who always fascinated me is the Kingpin, and that brutal reveal where we thought he was obese but instead he's pure muscle. I wouldn't mind a female version of that.

Me neither.

5 days ago - edited 4 days ago - permalink

I don't think that you can generalize like that.

For example, Natalia Trukhina is one of the largest FBBs out there and her muscular definition pops like crazy.

5 days ago - permalink

That's like saying powerlifters aren't attractive

Powerlifter physiques look fat with muscle, They're like offseason FBB. What's attractive to you, isn't true for everyone

[deleted]
5 days ago - permalink

^ Didn't speak for anyone but myself, muffin.

4 days ago - permalink

Each person is going to have their own limits of what they find attractive. For me there is a point where you can be too big, but for me a lot of girls also get too shredded and vascular. I like that to a point, but not so much that their bodies look like a road map of veins. At that point it starts to become a negative. Also some of the girls that lose all the fat in their butts and the glutes are all striated isn't attractive to me. Need some cushion down there! I like hot girls with muscle, meaning I like tits and hourglass shape and a feminine face, smooth skin too. My favorite women on this site have a balance of both muscle and beauty.

M76
4 days ago - permalink

That's like saying powerlifters aren't attractive, to which i must also say a hearty no. One villain who always fascinated me is the Kingpin, and that brutal reveal where we thought he was obese but instead he's pure muscle. I wouldn't mind a female version of that.

Well, generally speaking powerlifters aren't attractive to me. Only a few in lighter weight classes who look ripped. I don't care about strength or size, just the shape and definition. That's also why measurement videos are worthless to me as well.

4 days ago - permalink

I have zero problem with size. Sometimes the means by which they got that size has adverse affects that do subtract from their looks. Of course we are looking at this through the lens of attractiveness only and not considering them as athletes. The deep voice. The loss of hair. The strong jawline (although I kinda like a strong jawline it can go too far) the acne. Not to mention their...uhh downstairs region gets a little out of hand. I love big strong women but as far as a ratio of who has the hottest women I would say for me it's physique. I love a big bodybuilder but I'd be lying to myself if I said they all did it for me.

4 days ago - permalink

Never too big :)

[deleted]
4 days ago - permalink

No. I'm not attracted to some of the giants due to their faces or their use of oversized implants but it isn't the size of their muscles that isn't making me attracted.

Fabiola Boulanger, Paula Suzuki, Laura Binetti are just some examples of huge women whom I still found attractive. And, of course, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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