I've got an aversion to women who bulk up. It's just not attractive to me. I'm not necessarily opposed to fit women, but when they start to grow biceps that challenge the stitch in the average t-shirt sleeve, I start to look elsewhere. I'm not sure where I stand on former WWE star Trish Stratus, seen here in the pages of Australia's Inside Fitness magazine. She's on the cusp of growing the veiny arm look, but she's still got some curviness to her body. Though those powerful thighs could be deceptive, appearing soft and squeezable while actually being rock hard and rippling. It worries me when women who get into serious weightlifting get implants. A lot of people think that musclebound women with no tits who get obvious implants are juicing to get their bulk happening. However, constant muscle building workouts will shrivel some tits down to nothing, steroids or not. I find that kind of destructive treatment of feminine features depressing - maybe even more depressing that a woman who gets fat. Sure, everyone has the right to do with their own bodies what they will, but that doesn't mean we always have to like it. I could probably be okay with a woman in Trish's shape, as she still looks like a woman. She's pretty close to my limit though.
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