What is your opinion about it?
And do you want it on a girl? (For Guys)
Do you think guys want it on girls? (For Girls)
The poll is just a quick result...
- Guys want it!Vote A
- Both!Vote B
- Girls want it!Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
I can't represent my entire gender's preference. I understand my attraction to a Woman's "trunk" (lower torso-hips-thighs) is perhaps a tad more "passionate" than the attention it receives from most Men. At least the ones I know well enough to admit such a fascination to.
The model in your photo reference is a stunning example Gap!
I prefer a little more..."heft " in a Woman.
Mountaineering and hiking is my exaltation of life. Carrying heavy packs up & down Strato-Volcanos developed my own trunk, perhaps influencing my identifying with that part of a Woman's body. The companions I've Loved have all had a mutual enjoyment of adventuring this way. Backpacking often doesn't create the Monstrosities you see in Female body building. But to enjoy it, you should be in decent shape. A healthy Feminine trunk, with the toned musculature that results from such activity, includes GAP!
It drives me phreaking bonkers!
The days of wearing World War II surplus wool pants to hike in, are gone.
Now? LEGGINGS! Sweet Leggings! She is so hot in Leggings! Especially seamless ones! There's no bagginess filling in that GAP! And isn't that the way it should be? Here's why:
--When you're ascending a steep trail with a pack, many stabilizer muscles are vying for space with the already broadened main muscle groups, lifting, stepping and supporting. GAP can be reduced substantially by the Ligaments tweaking all over, down there, responding to inner-ear feedback. Without a GAP there, by the time you've climbed 7 miles of trail with 4000 ft of elevation... CHAFFING... would have eroded such a bloody GAP, hanging tendrils of flesh would be unrecognizable from the shredded remains of clothing!
--Air circulation down there. I may be a Guy, but I know what that means to a Lady!
--It's an unwritten rule with Backpackers. The slowest person sets the pace.
Chivalry isn't dead. Climbing up a steep incline, it's my duty to follow directly behind a beautiful, strong Woman making very deliberate, slow, Ballet-precise steps, wearing a Skin-tight, muscle-tight, GAP-TIGHT garment.
Who am I to deny her the ecstatic enthusiasm of being the first to reach our destination?
--Once our spectacular-view-camp has been set-up and a regenerative meal consumed, I assume the responsibility of insuring the recovery of her spent body. It is much more efficiently accommodated with GAP allowing both of my hands the access to complete the proper massage stroke techniques.
Praise the GAP!0
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