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Lady lovers. Do any of you actually prefer the very thin ladies, as opposed to "normal" sized or larger ones?

If you do go with normal, please explain that means to you.
 

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I do, And I'm a pretty big guy. I'm fond of all shapes and sizes, except for morbidly obese people, and that's more of a personality judgement than a physical one, but I do prefer small girls. The small, waifish, physically helpless look brings out my protective instincts, I find them harder to get angry at. A tiny girl flashing puppy eyes at me can get away with just about anything. Which is funny, because I'm also drawn to assertiveness in a woman, so when those two traits meet, I'm practically a guard dog. I am assertive, dominant, and physically very powerful, but I'd die before I'd hit a woman, especially one so tiny I'd probably break her if I did, so I'm really just a loud teddy bear. A woman who is small enough for me to literally pick up and toss across the room, yet still has the balls to stand up to me, that just disarms me completely. She might as well put a leash on me.
 

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would have to depend on the lady's personality and if she is naturally that thin(eats a lot but some how doesn't store anything fat wise).

I am very up in the air with body type. Really depends on the woman.
 

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I'm not a fan of the skeleton kind of thin. I like more of the thin, toned athletic type of woman. At the same time, I do like "normal" and thick types of women. What I consider "normal" is anywhere from size 6 to 12. That's just me and obviously in America, it can be a bit of challenge to find depending on where you live. An acceptable definition of thick is the hourglass figure. I prefer the athletic type and maybe the thinner end of what I consider normal.
 

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Dated ballerina's and fashion models. Now I am with a woman with big boobs, curves but not chubby at all and no cellulite. I prefer the latter (I guess you can call this slender-normal/curvy?) but the face, the way she dresses, how she moves, and character/charisma are the most important things to me when it comes to physical attraction. Cellulite and poor outfits are big turn offs.
 

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l have a pair of old size 5 pants (circa 2004) that are the same as what's labeled ''0'' today.

l don't think vanity sizing was the issue you mean to discuss, but l've worn size 0 pants at an average weight.
 

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Cellulite and poor outfits are a big turn off.
Somewhere between 85-95% of women have cellulite, so... wow... your preferences are your preferences but talk about unrealistic.
 

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Somewhere between 85-95% of women have cellulite, so... wow... your preferences are your preferences but talk about unrealistic.
Yeah, and I have never failed. I know better how to take care of a woman's body than a woman. It's called effort. They have cellulite because they don't know how to take care of their body. (I am not talking about cellulite regarding 45+ woman or women with thyroid gland problems or something here but young girls/women in general) Especially where you live, it's just a disease and utterly disgusting. They eat and eat and eat. Fucking hell, if I order a small McBlah at McDonalds, I get so much food I can feed an entire village in Belusia. As you might have noticed, I am originally not from the US. But the food in the US is overall disgusting - also when it comes to taste. It's like you people have not developed a taste for good and healthy food. I am not trying to insult Americans, I am actually very realistic here and it's something you should be very concerned about. I was shocked when I was in LA a few years ago, so many fat people.
 

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Yeah, and I have never failed. I know better how to take care of a woman's body than a woman. It's called effort. They have cellulite because they don't know how to take care of their body. (I am not talking about cellulite regarding 45+ woman or women with thyroid gland problems or something here but young girls/women in general) Especially where you live, it's just a disease and utterly disgusting. They eat and eat and eat. Fucking hell, if I order a small McBlah at McDonalds, I get so much food I can feed an entire village in Belusia. As you might have noticed, I am originally not from the US. But the food in the US is overall disgusting - also when it comes to taste. It's like you people have not developed a taste for good and healthy food. I am not trying to insult Americans, I am actually very realistic here and it's something you should be very concerned about. I was shocked when I was in LA a few years ago, so many fat people.
Do you believe in taking care of yourself and a balanced diet and rigorous exercise routine?
 

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Who can fit in a size zero can vary greatly depending on the height/build of a lady and where she is shopping. I can be anywhere from a 00-2 due to vanity sizing. However, I am just under 5'2. There is this pervasive idea that ladies who can fit in small sizes are emaciated skeletons. Not true. Especially for us shorties. We are just built smaller.

But if we take clothing sizes out of this question... I assume what we are really trying to get at here is if some men find very thin women attractive or not? Well it's all relative. What one person considers skinny another person may find "average." It may be difficult to even determine a person's true build (unless they are ripped or something) until you see them in the nude too.... lol!
 

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Do you believe in taking care of yourself and a balanced diet and rigorous exercise routine?
I don't know what you mean by rigorous but It's important that you exercise every other day for an hour and walk every day for an hour starting at a young age. Walk to the supermarket instead of taking the car. Muscles have memory.

A balanced diet you say: I am not specialist but I have been in a relationship - as I sad before - a few ballerina's so I know a thing or two about diet and food. These people should start with replacing their coke for water(!!). That's >20 pounds for you right there and it's really good for your skin. And make sure you have a good biorhythm and eat 5 times a day small portions. And don't eat a lot after you get home from work because you're not burning anything anymore. Just eat something light.

Now this ^ little paragraph will help a shitload of people already.

Another problem is the jobs people do, most job are everything but natural: you're not supposed to sit for 8 hours or more a day. It's just very unhealthy and your body gives off a signal that you need to change the way you treat it: you become fat. I can go on for hours of course but you get my point. Making sure I am not a hypocrite: the same can be said of guys as well, I don't think it's normal to have a belly when you're only 30 years old. And no, I am not a sports freak xD
 

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I don't know what you mean by rigorous but It's important that you exercise every other day for an hour and walk every day for an hour starting at a young age. Walk to the supermarket instead of taking the car. Muscles have memory.

A balanced diet you say: I am not specialist but I have - as I sad before - a few ballerina's so I know a thing or two about diet and food. These people should start with replacing their coke for water(!!). That's >20 pounds for you right there and it's really good for your skin. And make sure you have a good biorhythm and eat 5 times a day small portions. And don't eat a lot after you get home from work because you're not burning anything anymore. Just eat something light.

Now this ^ little paragraph will help a shitload of people already.

Another problem is the jobs people do, most job are everything but natural: you're not supposed to sit for 8 hours or more a day. It's just very unhealthy and your body gives off a signal that you need to change the way you treat it: you become fat. I can go on for hours of course but you get my point. Making sure I am not a hypocrite: the same can be said of guys as well, I don't think it's normal to have a belly when you're only 30 years old. And no, I am not a sports freak xD
It was actually a joke, if you didn't catch it though, it doesn't matter...It's just that I still think your profile pic looks like Patrick Bateman

Anyway, yeah. Many guys eat a lot worse than women do
 

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It was actually a joke, if you didn't catch it though, it doesn't matter...It's just that I still think your profile pic looks like Patrick Bateman

Anyway, yeah. Many guys eat a lot worse than women do
I totally missed it but I now get it. xD I was too much focused on not insulting people and being realistic. This is a delicate topic after all and you have no idea how many times a girl have asked me: "am I fat?" while she was just perfect xD
 

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I don't know anything about women's clothing sizes, but the idea of a "size zero" never made sense to me. I suppose I'm going to reveal my ignorance, but size zero would seem to mean a lack of size, as when I have the volume on zero there is no sound, when the speedometer in the vehicle I drive is on zero there is no acceleration, etc., yet that doesn't make sense for clothing. For men's clothing, waist size and pant leg length for pants and neck size and sleeve length for shirts makes sense, but I have no idea what unit of measurement they use for women's clothing.
 

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Real curves any day as the type that likes giving tight squeezy hugs (knowing US conversion size 4, 6, and 8's women; +1 size for the UK), feeling skeletal figure touch does not appeal to my sensuality as the type that can have long hugs with deep affectionate, favouring soft tissue for soothing massaging touch.
 

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For those who don't know anything about women's clothing, a size zero is around a 20" waist and I think a 32a/b bust. Since men's clothes are often tailored for a specific shape its impossible to compare to women's clothing that designed for a different body in mind. Designers have gotten more "fair" over the years by trying to tailor to different shapes and sizes, but a size zero doesn't always correlate to a specific weight.

Personally I've been all over the place with my sexual tastes. However, when I think about it, I've had a bigger slant towards thinner women, but those have been for personality reasons, the correlation's just a coincidence. If I'm forced to make a judgment call, I always choose athletic types over others, and the others are all about the same to me.
 

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l have a pair of old size 5 pants (circa 2004) that are the same as what's labeled ''0'' today.

l don't think vanity sizing was the issue you mean to discuss, but l've worn size 0 pants at an average weight.
Also OT from what the original poster meant, but I don't necessarily think the vanity sizing thing is completely bad. The only woman I know who wears a size zero (used to wear a 4 before vanity sizing got so bad) has a BMI in the underweight range. She's average height for a woman, so if a woman is very short a size zero may be healthy, or in certain circumstances where a woman is just naturally that thin, but for the majority of women a size zero, even one by today's standards, is not healthy.
 

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If she is just naturally thin, then fine.... But I don't think most size 0 women are like that due to nature... I might be wrong, but most seem to be deliberately not eating.
 

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I don't know what you mean by rigorous but It's important that you exercise every other day for an hour and walk every day for an hour starting at a young age. Walk to the supermarket instead of taking the car. Muscles have memory.

A balanced diet you say: I am not specialist but I have been in a relationship - as I sad before - a few ballerina's so I know a thing or two about diet and food. These people should start with replacing their coke for water(!!). That's >20 pounds for you right there and it's really good for your skin. And make sure you have a good biorhythm and eat 5 times a day small portions. And don't eat a lot after you get home from work because you're not burning anything anymore. Just eat something light.

Now this ^ little paragraph will help a shitload of people already.

Another problem is the jobs people do, most job are everything but natural: you're not supposed to sit for 8 hours or more a day. It's just very unhealthy and your body gives off a signal that you need to change the way you treat it: you become fat. I can go on for hours of course but you get my point. Making sure I am not a hypocrite: the same can be said of guys as well, I don't think it's normal to have a belly when you're only 30 years old. And no, I am not a sports freak xD
In case you're unaware, there is an epidemic of anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders within the world of ballet due to their often unrealistic standards for weight based on an aesthetic ideal that is unrealistic for most women and has little correlation to talent as a dancer. So forgive me if I'm unwilling to take nutrition advice from ballerinas. I agree that one should choose water over soda or other sugary drinks, and the five small meals can work well for some people but many people cannot do this because of their scheduling and it has been shown scientifically that 3 meals with small snacks is just as good as long as you don't have your largest meal in the evening.
 

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Still OT: It has a lot to do with frame size really, but even that has its limits.

I'm 1.76m. I have a small to medium frame (you can e.g. measure your wrist size for that, although it has its limits). But even at my skinniest, when I actually had a BMI of 19 (which was close to being underweight), I was never below a UK 10 (US 6, I believe). Physically not possible, unless I'd really dropped more weight, and even then I doubt I'd managed less than a US 4. And I would've looked completely emaciated. Even the 6 was not a good look for me. People actually started to comment on my looking to thin. And I didn't lose that weight due to some beauty ideal, but down to stress (had lost a person very dear to me and just didn't eat and sleep properly).

Small/short girls with small frames can be a natural size 0, and they look okay. Women my height, even with a smallish frame - I still find that hard to fathom. There might be the odd one, and I don't want to judge anyone, because it doesn't help. Unrealistic expectations don't help either though...
 
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