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.I have read and heard countless times that guys prefer women with curves and more meat on their bones but I’m starting to wonder about that.I have some super skinny friends who are considered really hot and always get hit on and then there are celebs who are super skinny, like Olivia Wilde and Megan Fox (she supposedly has a 23 inch waist!It’s unfortunate that our culture is so weight-obsessed when the problem isn’t really weight itself, it’s fat. For most men, runway models are way too skinny to be considered an ideal body type.Yes, clothes look good on runway models, but aspiring to look like one is not only extreme, it’s also unnecessary.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).
(This study and others can be found in The Evolution of Desire by David M Buss) Now I am not saying go cancel your gym membership and eat a tub of ice cream on the couch.
Never listen when they shame you for your bodie or your looks. Sexy women resemble ‘news and weather’ women on TV.
Contrary to popular belief, women CAN eat away their attractive figure. Fat is not sexy I have struggled with weight related issues and eating disorders since I gained weight in my teen years (20 years ago).
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.