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This link may come from their own negative body image, the scientists added."We have previously found that men who hold stronger oppressive beliefs are more likely to think that thinner women are attractive," study researcher Viren Swarmi, of the University of Westminster in the United Kingdom, told Live Science in an email.This sexism and objectification by men can lead to a more negative body image for women, can hinder women in the workplace and can even cause women to perform worse on cognitive tests.And this seems to be a common opinion on other areas of the web too.I really want to do this for myself, but at the same time I'm am somewhat conscious of my appearance; I like to feel pretty and like a woman too ."It seems likely that the mass media play a role in increasing levels of drive for muscularity we see in many contemporary societies, but we were interested in broader social influences," Swarmi said, for example, changes in gender dynamics away from a male-dominated society."We're arguing that patriarchal attitudes and beliefs also play a role," Swarmi said.Men with ideas that the family or company should be ruled by the man may have trouble dealing with changing gender roles in the modern world.Would you date a woman who maybe had more muscle mass than you, or who could beat you in an arm wrestle? I mean I admire her drive and the work she has put in, but I don't find her body attractive as it's lost that femininity.In that particular picture, I think her abs and waist in general is a bit too thick, in fact I think it may be photoshopped, but the rest of her body looks nice, especially her arms. I think it's sexy when a woman is toned, where you can just see the outline of her muscles. To give you an idea I've posted some photos of what I personally find as an attractive looking healthy body: So basically I've been looking to work out and improve my physique, I've set myself a target gain in muscle mass and am aiming for a physique similar to this: but from what some people have told me, women with 'too much' muscle are 'too masculine' and unattractive.
Mass media Though they didn't study this directly, it is possible that the sexism and concentration on attaining muscle mass are both linked to increased consumption of mass media, Swarmi said: "It's likely being driven by changes in the way the ideal male physique is portrayed in the mass media."But that's probably not the only reason for the correlation.
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Most were white, and 38.5 percent were single, 31.2 percent were in a dating relationship and 23.9 percent were married.
(The rest fit into an "other" category.) [5 Myths About the Male Body]The surveys gauged participants' desire for a more muscular body — for example, asking how often they think "I wish that I were more muscular" — and their attitudes toward women.