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Old 01-13-2018, 05:24 PM   #6
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This is not exactly relevant to the overall thread topic, but it looks like soooo much fun to reply to.

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You know I'm tired of woman/men who hate on men just because they like how woman with some fat look, even if it's not a lot. I'm tired of being talked down to and told I'm either selfish, insecure or crazy. How about this is just the way I am?
I know, right?

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Many times I feel pressured to like thinner woman, or try.
"Many times" being code for "every time I turn on the TV and bother to look at it with my eyes."

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Since woman hate fat, it'd make life easier. I want to like what they like. Harmony is good. But time after time I'm still attracted to bigger woman. It's like getting up and outside your window is beautiful forest sunshine but you can't look. You're not supposed to. If you look, the sun is black and its raining.
This actually reminds me of an old Addams Family episode, where Uncle Fester comes in from outside, gasping and panting, and everyone asks him if he's okay because he was out in all that fresh air and sunshine without at least taking his umbrella or something. I feel like an Addams sometimes.

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They don't underrstand what it's like. We're not objectifying. This is just the way we're. This is nature. Sometimes nature is unwanted or bad. I get that. But it doesn't make it less hurtful.
Things are only bad when they fail to live up to their purpose in some way, and nature rarely does. The error lies in people assuming that all of us should have the same purpose with regard to our ability to apprehend the same kinds of beauty.

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Another reason I"m here is I read about some more studies yesterday. I guess guys who like larger breasts are tend to be more sexist. This is tied to overall fat, since the study linked adipose fat in the breasts to a signal of "resource wealth". Guys who like smaller breasts tend to be more dominant (prefer submissive wives) and don't want to be fathers or have children. These same guys prefer hour glass woman, despite not wanting to be fathers. Guys who like smaller breasts are generally more financially stable. Breasts might be a signal of fertility (hour glass is supposed to be too)--as well they increase in size during pregnancy. There's a average in any culture of what breast size (or fat) guys desire and it varies between cultures. One theory is this is because resource wealth is different. Even relatively small amounts of stress can make a guy--at least temporarily--more attracted to bigger woman. For woman, the effect is similar. Lower-income woman (tending to be rural i think) like higher bmi guys. I don't recall if they separated fat guys from muscular guys, since bmi by itself doesn't. Some of this isn't exclusive (I tried to use TEND a lot) and it's only a small window into a much larger reality. I'm confused about a lot of it. Maybe I shouldn't be commenting about it yet until I can collect my thoughts. I tried makign a prior post about this topic in another thread a some weeks ago.
This is just funny to me. How did they determine that certain people were "more sexist." Did they call them in and ask them whether they thought women were inferior to men? Somehow, I can't imagine any modern man replying to that with a "yes."

I suspect they just asked other people whether they were sexist, or perhaps only a couple of other people. Therefore, the judgment is based purely on subjective grounds and is utterly fruitless.

As far as "smaller-chest-preferring" guys being more stable financially, there are, I think, three factors that play into that and skew the results.

1. Guys who are strongly motivated to provide for a wife will be more likely to aggressively pursue high-paying jobs, and therefore will make more money. Those who prefer "larger" chests are less likely to find a woman who can sympathize with their feelings, and if they're savvy, will recognize this, and be less motivated to impress the nonexistent crowd of admirers as a result.
2. Very successful people may be under great pressure to say that their attraction is for "smaller," even if it's untrue, in order to fit in with their successful buddies, and avoid causing a scandal for themselves and their business partners.
3. I would be interested in seeing how bust size effects a woman's rate of divorce, because nothing destroys a man's financial stability quite like being divorced. I've never experienced it myself, of course, but I think this could be the most damaging factor of all; especially if it turns out that large-chested women are any more likely to divorce a man than smaller-chested ones.
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