It depends on the body type, frame and a number of different factors of individuals of either gender.
I have a medium to large frame, I physically cannot be small and petite. And I'm naturally blessed with other things that make me look even bigger. Am I out of shape? Not in general. I like walking, and a bit of running when it's not too cold, I don't mind exercising, except that it's boring to do alone.
I simply, without some form of cosmetic surgery, cannot fit in the 'ideal'.
I'm bigger than my man, because he's got a smaller frame.
no its both genders. women are becoming bigger and masculine while men are becoming smaller and less masculine (guy metrosexuals) its like theyre coming together! and its not just physical! its their attitudes, personalities etc. lol I know what you're talking about but contrary to what you say, I THINK that more guys are losing their testosterone :(
Thats just what you like, and what media and culture to day says women should look like. Women are supposed to have more fat than guys to live and have kids. Its a fact, women need at least 12% bodyfat to live and men need just 2%. If you like thin boyish women then date them and leave thick women with curves to real men who like real women and make sure you look perfect before you judge other people.
obviously the guy likes it or he wouldn't be with her. everyone has their own idea of what is attractive and feminine, and masculine for that matter. for example you seem to prefer petite thin and slender girls. but many prefer thicker curvy girls with more obvious signs of sexual reproduction like hips, ass and breasts. I think that is definitely feminine. opinions are like a**holes. keep in mind there are guys who have naturally large builds and are muscular and tall, so its not like all women need to get down to a size 2 just to be smaller than a guy who is thin, when they could date a 6'1 guy with broad shoulders if they wanted.
everyone doesn't have to conform to your idea of femininity. who says your the hallmark of masculinity? maybe you're too small