ANSWERS: 34
  • somewhere in between
  • I like a little muscle on a woman - a certain "fullness" that isn't mostly fat. If you watch the WWE, Beth Phoenix is a GREAT example of what I like in a woman, as far as muscle and body type. Body-builder chicks who barely look human, let alone female, anymore, go way too far. But I'd say the same about the guys - I don't aim to look like that myself (although I wouldn't mind a little extra tone here and there).
  • I like good muscle tone, but if it gets lumpy or ropy, I get a little freaked out.
  • I find that just toning is better then trying to get big muscles.
  • This is going to sound crazy coming from me, but I find muscular women very attractive. Not to the point of bodybuilder status because her #1 concern will be her body before anything else. A very fit woman without too much of the bulk is the way to go.
  • When I know she could Whip my ass in a fair one I start to get a little intimidated LOL!
  • I've got a 12 point dumbbell routine that I've been using for years Sara....you might like it.
  • i like meat on those bones....a nicely toned figure, like you sara ;-) because i know you workout
  • It gets excessive-to say the least-when one cannot distinguish the difference between her and a man.
  • Fit is good. Ripped women aren't my thing.
  • Not a whole lot, actually - toned is perfectly hot. Basically, about as much as Maria Sharapova or Hope Solo
  • Whatever comes naturally.
  • For me personally, if a woman shows any muscle its to much. I like to see curves not jagged lines. Also I don't know why this is but if I can see rib cage its a total turn off. Basically I don't care about boob size but your average porn star is the perfect body fit for me. You rarely see them skinny or fat. They are always right in between.
  • curves, curves, and curves not even one muscle, the more curves she has, the more appreciation she gets
  • When you can't tell they are a woman till they turn around! Even then it is hard to tell,some just look like men no matter what!
  • Steroid use is not good but a build like Gabrielle Reese is attractive.
  • Enough to give them curves in the right places. Curves are yummy.
  • Doesn't really matter to me, though I tend to favor girls with a bit of chub chub ^_^
  • I don't really like muscular women. Toned is good. Like...a woman that plays a sport a lot. They're really well toned, but they don't really have bulging muscles like one that body builds would. I just like them to have the cellulite in check and have a nice shape. They don't need to work out a whole lot.
  • Linda Hamilton...aka 'Sarah Conner' in T-2. That's hot. More than that, she'd probably break me. lol
  • I personally don't like muscle at all on girls. I like a girl that has a feminine figure, but not too anorexic.
  • uhhh . . . i think body builder. or wen u can see the tissues on their chest and they begin to look sinewy.
  • On women it's best to have tone rather then size. As long as everything looks tight then it will be perfect but once it becomes more then that, it could be considered excessive.
  • The blond one is way too muscular, the other poor child is more like a skeleton poor thing. I believe that women should look healthy and have what it takes not less or more. It must be terrible for a man to sleep with someone that looks like a guy!!! Don't you agree?
  • Women that have muscles that starts to get stringy and when there natural mass starts to lean out. OK women naturally have a healthy layer of fat, this is noticed by men it is not fat it is a sign that the woman is healthy it looks good, men also notice a womans back side, this is a barometer telling the man(a primordial instict) that this woman can have healthy children she is of a healthy weight and of healthy diet. For me I'am talking about women who look very stringy and leaned out like Linda Hamilton on T2 terminator two. She looks very leaned out and over exercised like when Madonna did her Blond Ambitioun Tour the shape of her butt looked like a mans and she looked like she was not well, she over did it and got to stringy. I emphazed stingy because it does not look feminine. This is my opinion and it is from a scientific point, and from a males point of view
  • Well Linda Hamilton was very sexy in Terminator 2 but I think that's probably where I would draw the line. There isn't anything sexy about a woman who looks like Hulk Hogan or something.
  • In abstract I'm very attracted to a woman with a lot of muscle, especially if the woman still has feminine breasts and hips. In terms of empirical reality I might not find it attractive because although I'm very attracted to big, strong, HEALTHY women I think a lot of the female body builders do steroids which can have very unhealthy long-range effects. BTW, I can't see your pics using Firefox or IE. Brooke Shields recently said that she doesn't like to work out too much because she bulks up quite rapidly. I'd be really attracted to a woman like that who worked out hard and gave top priority to her health in all regards.
  • Toned muscles, but not to the point of definition,.... and definitely NOT to the point where She has lost the softness of femininity to the harshness and perverted grotesquesness of MR. / Mrs Universe,... or where a double-take is required to determine the sex of the individual.
  • I like slightly muscular women. Not the bodybuilder type but the type of girl who is athletic and physically fit, I think a bit of a bicep is extremely sexy.
  • I like women to look like Greek statues. Curves and a womanly figure. The statue of the Greek slave where she has hips, medium breasts and a little tummy. That's absolutly YUMMY!
  • I worry about women who are too weak. It's good for them to be as strong as the average man.
  • She can have as much muscle on her as she wants. I just don't want her body to be her #1 concern over everything else.
  • I love the tonned look on women but once she can start beating average guys in a arm wrestle or can bench press me thats when i start to get turned off
  • If she can bench press me then its too much

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