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Naturally slim at a size six and weighing just 110 pounds, Laura, who loved to pig out on junk food, only began taking her health seriously when she became pregnant with her daughter Jayden, 16, in 2002.So basically I've been looking to work out and improve my physique, I've set myself a target gain in muscle mass and am aiming for a physique similar to this: but from what some people have told me, women with 'too much' muscle are 'too masculine' and unattractive.Not only does it impact women, "but we're also arguing that those oppressive beliefs directed at women also have an impact on men's own body images, specifically their drive for muscularity," Swarmi said.Of muscles and men A group of 327 heterosexual British men filled out questionnaires for the study.
(The rest fit into an "other" category.) [5 Myths About the Male Body]The surveys gauged participants' desire for a more muscular body — for example, asking how often they think "I wish that I were more muscular" — and their attitudes toward women.I really want to do this for myself, but at the same time I'm am somewhat conscious of my appearance; I like to feel pretty and like a woman too . It would look weird for a girl to have a developed upper body, but skinny legs and no ass!So guys, would a woman with 'too much' muscle be a turn-off for you? I think the woman that you posted is a bit too bulky.Examples of items in the sexist beliefs portion of the survey included: "I feel that many times women flirt with men just to tease them or hurt them," and "Intoxication among women is worse than intoxication among men."Those men who showed more interest in being muscular were also more likely than others to score higher on sexist beliefs, hostility toward and objectification of women."We think men who hold oppressive beliefs about women and gender equality are also more likely to endorse traditional stereotypes of masculinity, which includes the muscular physique," Swarmi said."In addition, in societies where patriarchal structures are being challenged, some men may seek to reassert their masculinity by enhancing their physiques." For example, they might react to having a female boss by beefing up at the gym.Mass media Though they didn't study this directly, it is possible that the sexism and concentration on attaining muscle mass are both linked to increased consumption of mass media, Swarmi said: "It's likely being driven by changes in the way the ideal male physique is portrayed in the mass media."But that's probably not the only reason for the correlation.
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