I do not know how to put this without sounding like a female dog, but do girls not know the difference between skinny, average, chubby, overweight...
I do not know how to put this without sounding like a female dog, but do girls not know the difference between skinny, average, chubby, overweight and body shapes?
I continuously see questions like "Skinny vs Curvy" and some skinny girl will go on a rant about how society is just oh so harsh to her because society encourages eating healthy, being in shape and having womanly curves.
Then, some over weight female dog will ask a question "Thin vs thick" and will give some sob story about how society is oh so harsh on her as well.
Ok, curvy, is body shape, thin, thick, overweight, skinny, average, body types.
I am also sick of how skinny AND "thick" girls expect us all to be politically correct and to cater to their over emotional asses. Perhaps if they ate more or lost weight they wouldn't be so damn emotional?
I don't know, but girls are just idiots, I will say that. They act as though they are the first to ever be skinny, to ever have small boobs, to ever have a big butt, to ever have red hair, I just don't understand.
Personally I think it's just not worth getting involved with the drama of head cases anymore. I've come to believe that when girls talk about crap like that, they're just fishing for compliments usually and I just don't want to deal with girls who are that insecure because it usually goes hand in hand with other mental problems that make me not want to associate with them at all in order to keep my own stress level down.
It's a truism that people want to be accepted as they are, warts and all. However, it seems that we also conflate being accepted with our faults as being treated as if we are flawless. People don't simply want somebody saying "I love you, despite your faults." Rather, they want "I love you because you are perfect!" They, on some level, believe that a healthy relationship can only exist when both partners believe the other one to be perfect. As it stands, it seems that the group whose opinion matters most are people's actual or potential romantic partners.
For evolutionary reasons, women to a large degree rate men as potential mates on their potential as providers (this is why having a fancy car/expensive clothes does help a man pick up women - and don't say it doesn't work, it does). This results in men who complain about how harsh society/women is - a guy with no money and no job complaining about how society/women is so harsh to deadbeats, a guy without ambition complaining about society's/women's cruel treatment of slackers.
Similarly, men rate women as potential mates based largely on their looks. So it results in unattractive women complaining about society's/men's cruel treatment of the ugly.
My opinion is, its in the eyes of the beholder. Everybody has preferences. But if you are talking about men in general, men prefer the fit type of woman. Like Rosie Huntington, FHM's #1 Sexiest Woman of 2011.
Its like saying men should have abs. Yes, there was once a time in the history of our race, that all of the men at that time, had abs of steel. I mean I have them, but its super hard to maintain them because my diet has to be pure. I don't drink, I dnt smoke I don't do drugs. Its hard to maintain my battle armor.
That being said, the majority wins over the minority, ALWAYS because the majority outnumbers the minority.
Most girls will never be fully confident with their bodies. But the thing they need to understand is that your body does not define who you are. That whole "real women have curves" crap is bullsh*t, just like when people say beautiful is model stick thin. Real women are confident, independent, and strong. It has nothing to do with their body. At least in my opinion it doesn't.