Waist size is meaningless unless you take all of the other measurements into consideration (height, hips, shoulders, etc.) It’s not about weight or waist size, it’s about ratios. I’m not short, I love my height, though I would like to be higher. I’ve receved great comments from people about my feautures.(Again, that’s not a slam against women who are naturally very skinny. Not at all, because I am obsessed with food and I eat a lot of junk. Some boys like my looks, but I am really shy and I’m deffinetly do not like going out of my comfort zone so the “liking thing” by that is kind of difficult.
So don’t fear putting on muscle – a little bit of muscle actually looks good on women.
Despite lower body fat % and the fact that some muscle on a woman is ideal, most women avoid it because muscle weighs more than fat (by volume).
The good news for women out there is that the supposed ideal weight you’re aiming for might be significantly lower than what a man would consider ideal.
There was a study I read in college about body weight and attractiveness in women.
I found the amount of pain in these comments very overwhelming.
I wanted to share something that helped me love myself a little more.
I was walking one day and noticed a girl in a purple dress. I felt bad because for a moment I wished I was the girl in the purple dress. He asked my why I would wish that, I told him I thought most girls would.
He replied, do you know who probably doesn’t want to look like the girl in the purple dress?
looking like a starving creature doesn’t exactly turn most guys on.
In terms of Megan Fox and her supposed 23 inch waist: I don’t know if that’s true, but you have to keep in mind waist size is only attractive of her waist-size to her height. Mostly i am considered pretty by all those things taken together.
(This is an added note: To the women who are naturally skinny like a runway model, there’s nothing wrong with that.