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Nachtengel
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018, 08:41 PM
Is there a perfect female body?

Apparently, there is but it is not the body that you think.

The fashion industry will let you know that the best woman’s body is usually thin and slim but according to the researchers from University of Texas, for a female body that is about 1.68 meters in height, the bust should be a 99, the waist a 63 and the hip is 91.


https://www.peacequarters.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Kelly-Brook.jpg

If in case you are feeling alarmed because of the large numbers, you should not be.

The typical woman is considered to be plump.

There are a lot of talent scouts and well known fashion industry magnates who will say that a plump woman is someone who cannot be booked for modeling and is not attractive but in the real world, it can be quite different.

Of course, it is not only about the body that matters. A lot of men also look at the woman’s facial features. If the features indicate youth, then there is a possibility that they will be noticed more. Men usually go for women who look younger than they are.


https://www.peacequarters.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/KB.jpg

A lot of men are usually attracted to women who are considered to be youthful and healthy. This is a known fact. It does not matter from where a man is from. He will always become more attracted to a woman who is a bit curvy and youthful rather than a woman who is thin. Two men from different places and cultures would still go for the woman who looks young and healthy.

Why are there a lot of thin models in the runways?

Thin models are known to sell clothes really well because clothes are meant to improve the clothing lines and all of its structure. Clothing on thin women usually sashay down the runway and look amazing but it does not mean that these models are appealing to men.


https://www.peacequarters.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Kelly-B.jpg

Men would usually choose women who are a few sizes larger than the normal runway models because they think that women who are too skinny may be unhealthy. Of course, men would not want women who are also considered to be too large. If you want to be attractive to men, you need to find a healthy weight.

The ideal body size may change from decade to decade.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IpWdOZkdk0
https://www.peacequarters.com/ideal-womans-body-looks-like-according-science/

Sigebrond
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018, 10:32 PM
Some chubbiness is good in both men and women. Women also naturally have a higher fat-muscle ratio and there's pretty much no way of getting around with without either starving yourself or using steroids (or both).

We live in an age of body disorders - thankfully fashion industry-triggered anorexia is going out of fashion a bit, but instead it's been replaced by women obsessed with being muscular and athletic or the other extreme of "body positive" greedy land-whales who just embrace a ridiculous movement to excuse their complete lack of regard for their own physical well-being.

Bring back the "Renaissance woman" :) The most attractive traits in a woman are "motherly" and "homely" traits, i.e. a bit of fat, ample bosom, birthing hips etc. Attractive women don't look like male athletes, Africans or morbidly obese losers. Obviously though some people are just naturally "slim" (as opposed to skinny) and there's nothing wrong with that.

Siebenbürgerin
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018, 10:51 PM
I think it's good that they're showing someone closer to normal than one of those skinny models. Ideally, a woman shouldn't be too thin, because that's not healthy for pregnancy. That's why men prefer women who have "a little bit of meat on the bone", and traits like hourglass figure or "childbearing hips". It's the subconscious screening for reproduction.

Here an interesting sketch where men and women "designed" how an ideal body would look like:

https://www.affairesdegars.com/webroot/usr_img/2016-04/avril/semaine2/corpsparfait1.jpg

https://mir-s3-cdn-cf.behance.net/project_modules/disp/caf96418191805.562c568186eff.jpg

https://cdn.images.dailystar.co.uk/dynamic/161/photos/957000/Perfect-vs-ideal-487957.jpg

The left one is women's ideal and the right one is men's ideal.

Another sketch taking celebrity body parts:

https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/screen-shot-2014-04-16-at-3-58-25-pm.png

There seems to be a clear difference between the male ideal and female ideal. Women want to be thinner and think thinner is the ideal, while men prefer an image closer to normality and which shows healthiness and ability to take care of the self and bear a child. Of course the other side of the spectrum isn't healthy either, being too fat or obese.

Uwe Jens Lornsen
Thursday, May 17th, 2018, 01:00 PM
The fashion industries highly likely sells more to people of average body shape,
than to the few "ideal" body persons.


In a generalisation of "Money is substitution for sexual frustration" :
Food as substitution for any frustration: Fatter people appear frustrated,
and that would be the reason that they eat more than they would need.


Who wants to flirt with an apparently frustrated person ?

Sigebrond
Thursday, May 17th, 2018, 06:33 PM
I think it's good that they're showing someone closer to normal than one of those skinny models. Ideally, a woman shouldn't be too thin, because that's not healthy for pregnancy. That's why men prefer women who have "a little bit of meat on the bone", and traits like hourglass figure or "childbearing hips". It's the subconscious screening for reproduction.

Here an interesting sketch where men and women "designed" how an ideal body would look like:

https://www.affairesdegars.com/webroot/usr_img/2016-04/avril/semaine2/corpsparfait1.jpg

https://mir-s3-cdn-cf.behance.net/project_modules/disp/caf96418191805.562c568186eff.jpg

https://cdn.images.dailystar.co.uk/dynamic/161/photos/957000/Perfect-vs-ideal-487957.jpg

The left one is women's ideal and the right one is men's ideal.

Another sketch taking celebrity body parts:

https://timedotcom.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/screen-shot-2014-04-16-at-3-58-25-pm.png

There seems to be a clear difference between the male ideal and female ideal. Women want to be thinner and think thinner is the ideal, while men prefer an image closer to normality and which shows healthiness and ability to take care of the self and bear a child. Of course the other side of the spectrum isn't healthy either, being too fat or obese.

That first set of pictures is spot on. Women have become so brainwashed by various insecure trends (and industries that benefit from them) that they don't even think to ask men what they actually find attractive. Most you ask will like a more "thickset" woman.

It's also worth pointing out, regarding your point about it being unhealthy for women to be too thin, that women who spend so much time in the gym are making things very difficult for themselves in the long run if they want children. Women so thin and so "toned" are less fertile, and if they do squats all the time a muscular pelvis can be really dangerous when giving birth, and can result in tearing. It's just basic common sense - more muscle means more resistance, and any woman who wants kids should want as little resistance as possible.

Women who want to keep fit should just focus on being busy, and having an active lifestyle, spend time outdoors, go walking, go hiking, learn self defence, but don't fixate on more "athletic" pursuits, because they do more harm than good to women.

Rodskarl Dubhgall
Wednesday, May 30th, 2018, 03:28 AM
Athletic women are more prone to feminine bacterial infections and to remove the nutrients necessary to feed two bodies. In effect, they are drained and sickly.

From what I understood, women are upset at homosexuals for designing their clothing. I feel for them. :/

Personally, I prefer husky or stout body type. Think Diora Baird (Scottish), Kate Upton (English), Elisha Cuthbert (English), Kate Winslet (English), Kristy Swanson (Swedish), Virginia Madsen (Danish), Kirsten Dunst (German), Bryce Dallas Howard (German).