Most Helpful Guy
In my opinion; stretch marks does not hold a particular trait to be loved. But they hold no particular trait to be hated either. They are highly exaggerated. The biggest challenge with stretch marks are mentality. The state of mind. Certain standards regarding body image challenging people's mentality and make them to feel insecure about them. But in truth; there is nothing wrong with them. They are natural. They are natural marks occurs as we live forward. When you analyze the structure; there is not much difference between part of a skin and stretched part of the skin. Of course it also depends on the power and depth of the stretch. But still it's not a huge difference. Just a little which can be easily ignored if we don't overthink it nor overlook it.
I have no clue what do you mean when you state; "It's like a story written in a woman's body"
Women are not the only humans who can get stretch marks. Stretch marks occurs for many reasons, such as; Pregnancy; but also growth and weight loss. And many more. Except pregnancy; the rest of the reasons have nothing to do with women. It covers both genders. Well; of course it can be a story to tell. But a natural story of a natural normal human being. Something we all can relate; understand and be tolerant about; unless you're just a kid or dumb and rude in nature. (I'm pointing at those people who degrade individuals who have stretch marks)
I don't have stretch marks. But i know a lot of people male and female who have. It's entirely fine. If we don't hype it negatively. There is nothing negative about them. We can be easily tolerant about them and accept ourselves naturally. We are not flawless creatures. It doesn't exist. So we must be realistic and accept our inner self with every single flaws we might have. Because those flaws are part of what makes us to be who we are.
Most Helpful Girl
Used to be self conscious about my stretch mark on my butt and upper inner thighs until a guy told me I still looked sexy regardless. It means that my butt has either grown or shrunk and that it's a beautiful, natural part of growing.