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Offline Jimthehunter54

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How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« on: August 17, 2017, 12:11:17 am »
I can't believe this wasn't already asked.

Mines was when I was younger, my mother was cooking inside the kitchen and my brother and dad were out. I was flipping through channels until I found a P90x 30 minute commercial.  While I was watching I saw a woman working out and then she flexed while talking about her muscles.  After the ad ended I went to my room and just thought about that bicep for the rest of the day.  I checked the guide on the tv and found that it was on again at 3:00 AM.  I forced my self to not to sleep and to turn on my tube tv to the channel and watched it again. That's how I found out about my interests.



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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2017, 04:45:22 am »
I think I always liked them, and whenever anything would come on TV or I'd see a fitness mag with a muscular woman on it it would excite me.

A 2nd cousin of mine (not super close so I rarely saw her) was a super athlete. Multiple sports, medals and trophies everywhere. She never lifted but she had a very lean tight body and I remember always being very excited to see her, even though she didn't really show off much. One summer our family was over and my mother was like "Go up and see what Kymm is doing" so I ran up to her room and just barged in (as any annoying 9 year old would)

She wasn't naked but it was about as scantily clad as I ever saw her. Very short shorts and a cutoff Aerosmith shirt that exposed every single one of her six pack abs. She was on the phone and looked up at me...went back to her conversation....I guess I was staring because the next thing she said was "Are my big muscles hypnotizing you?!" in a semi annoyed way

I just remember that drove me nuts. I felt like I probably got beet red. I just sat down and played Mario Kart at that point but I felt like I was "caught"

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2017, 09:59:02 am »
I guess it was when I saw covers of some magazines, with women like Anja Schreiner or Cory Everson, in 1990 or so, when I went to the book shop, to buy some comics books...

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2017, 04:34:54 pm »
With me, I was browsing (bored really) in the magazine aisle of a well-known stationary chain store whilst my parents were doing some clothes shopping at the local shopping centre ('mall') on the weekend.  I came across a copy of 'Muscle & Fitness' (if I recall correctly) which has two FBBs (with two MBBs) on the cover, one being the iconic Marjo Selin from Finland.  Whilst she wouldn't be out of place at a Figure competiton today, she looked very muscular back then, and more than caught my eye, but I was wary of being 'caught' (a bit like caught 'reading' a 'top shelf' porn mag, bearing in mind I was about 12 or 13 at the time), so quickly looked through the mag.  Needless to say something awoke inside of me (just at the right time if you know what I mean!) that day - I couldn't believ how turned on I was by these women, especially as I also found 'ordinary' women attractive, and especially very busty women (I didn't mind of course!).

Following on from that, several more 'quick looks' (without buying anything - no secret places to stash them at home at the time) in the newsagents various muscle magazines and a few TV shows that features FBBs made me really start to want more.  I wasn't into comic books back then (only a bit briefly a few years later, and only for decent showings of femuscle), so eventually I (once I had a place to hide them) began to buy the 'standard' muscle magazines such as 'Flex', 'Muscle & Fitness' and 'Musclemag'.  Later on, around 1989/90 or so, I managed to come across my first copy of 'Women's Physique World' (my hands were shaking when I read through it for the first time [Debbie Muggli on the cover] in the shop) and 'Female Bodybuilding' - both initially having to travel about 30-45mins to get them (very few newsagents stocked them due to little demand) and eventually I was lucky enough to have two decent newsagents near my university that always stocked both.  At that time I also started my femuscle video (VHS) collection, as it was easier to order and hide away the stuff whilst away, but I always had to be VERY careful when to watch the videos given that I didn't have my own TV and VCR.  Needless to say I had some very close calls, both at college dorm and at home!

Still, good times back then, when FBB was at its height popularity-wise and, for the most part, FBBs definitely still looked like women, even the huge ones.  One of my regrets back then (and to this day) that I never managed to obtain a copy (even secondhand via transfer to mpg) of many FBBs on TV from - some I have, such as when they featured on Montel (which we had in the UK but which I obtained as mpg files) or Maury (which weren't, but again managed to get on mpg) but many instance I didn't, such as Tina Lockwood's famous (and only) TV appearance on the Charlie Perez show (yes, she was treated poorly, apparently, but I wanted just to see and hear her), Andrulla Blanchette on a UK Science documentary looking really hot and a few others in the UK and US that I could never tape on my parents' VCR (my secret would be 'out' then).
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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2017, 07:05:25 pm »
1. Seeing the muscle mag covers on the newsstands in the 80s as a wee lad.
2. American Gladiators.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2017, 07:47:22 pm »
I remember a book cover for a book called Battle of the Sexes had a strong female arm in an armwrestle with a male arm.

I also saw an Argos magazine that advertised some sort of muscle building equipment being used by a strong young lady and her arms were fully flexed and with very noticeable biceps.

And British Gladiators (it was just called Gladiators) with some of the girls like Panther I think, and one called Flame who used to do the tilt game I think.  Plus Lightening, Jet etc did have some muscle on the arms, but also legs....and talking of that of course whether it be on magazines (boot advertisements etc) or in real life I would get to see nice calf muscle and realised I liked that much more often than biceps of course, pre internet and pre wrestling sessions.
Fan of female biceps.  Like armwrestling with women who have them.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2017, 08:21:41 pm »
I can pretty much pinpoint the moment I realised muscle on women was for me. I must have been around 9 or 10 years I guess, and although it of course wasn't sexual, it was certainly like something deep-seeded inside me which suddenly unlocked.

It was the start of the day at primary school, we must have had maybe 10 minutes until classes started, and we were in the part of the day where the kids were all meeting up, and all our mums were standing around having their daily chinwag.

Anyway, the mums go a bit quiet for a while, only a minute or so tops, and then begin talking again. "Look at the SIZE of her", "she's too big", "her calf muscles are enormous!", "look at the shoulders", etc etc. Turns out a rarely-seen mum had just dropped her child off at school and was walking away. Turns out she was well known for being a competitive weightlifter, and also an elite-level champion. Not just county champion or anything but she was supposed to be one of the strongest women on Earth. No kidding! A top 1%er easily.

I don't know what happened to me but I just HAD to see her. I mean, I was pushing people out the way to get a glimpse of her. I didn't know what to expect and there was certainly no other way to explain what I was feeling right then other than complete and utter fascination. I mean it, something inside me was DESPERATE to see this woman. I had to see her. HAD to.

What I saw was a fairly short, what looked to me a fatty looking woman in shorts walking away. At the time I couldn't really understand what it was I was looking at. Reminiscing now, it was basically a less glamorous, dare I say slightly fatter, British Tina Lockwood.

In the days after that I found out where she lived (it wasn't hard, her son was in my class) and even though I don't recall ever liking her son, I do remember going past her house and seeing all the trophies in the window.

I also remember we asked her son if his dad lifted weights too, and he didn't, it was just mum. Was mum stronger than dad? I guess so, he said, haven't really asked.

And all this time later, with Saradas and Yahoo Groups and Google and Facebook - no I've never even got close to figuring out who she was.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #7 on: August 17, 2017, 08:41:39 pm »
The obvious answer is "my cock got hard the first time I saw one," but I'm guessing that everyone thought it was too obvious to bother mentioning.  I was kid approaching puberty with a sports illustrated subscription and they ran an article on womens bodybuilding.  Can't remember the names of all the women, it was the very early days, but Laura Combes had biceps and lats and I believe there was a picture of Claudia Wilbourne in there too.  And Cam somebody.  Anyhow, the idea that there were women out there that wanted to be powerful was a huge turn on for me and ever since then I have found them irresistible. Just wish there were more walking around out there.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #8 on: August 18, 2017, 12:55:03 am »
It's real simple. Flex Magazine, Laura Bass - NAKED. I've loved them ever since.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #9 on: August 18, 2017, 06:15:06 am »
I can't believe this wasn't already asked.

Right?!? Kinda hard to believe... maybe the next best topic on here.

As for me I always just remember being fascinated by the huge ripped muscles in general, male or female, from the first time I saw it. I remember getting very warm and hard early on seeing muscular superheros and anything bodybuilding related. Whether on TV (while rare, there was American Gladiators), or in FLEX and Muscle and Fitness in the magazine isle at the grocery store. I remember the first time I searched for muscle on the internet and it returning AMG.com (Andy's Muscle Goddesses) which would only help flower my knowledge of FBBs in general.

Can't wait to see what else gets posted.  :singing:

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2017, 08:39:00 am »
I was 12 and there was a new girl in my class who also moved into my street.
She was almost my height, but she had biceps, not just like a normal 12 year old should but hers were for a girl of her age, phenomenal, and she loved to show them off. She was always flexing. she knew that she had bigger biceps than everyone in our class, and she lorded it over us at every chance. We would walk home from school together and she would flex and ask me to flex, which I never did because I was so embarrassed that she had bigger muscles than I did.
I would get hard in the nethers and was all confused about it, but I loved it.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2017, 09:12:33 am »
I can't really remember why I was always interested in strong women. But the first intense moments were back at school, when I was 15-16 years old.
She was a year younger than me. She was an attractive tomboy and always showing off her strength. First thing I remember, she was giving her hand for a handshake to everyone -she had  big hands- and she was squeezing the others hand so strong making everyone beg her to stop. I was really impressed when she did it to a male teacher, around 40 years old, as well with the same result. Of course she did it to me and I was really excited but it was a painful experience. The first time she flexed for me I was in heaven.. I touched her bicep and my fingers where shaking as I felt how hard was it. Of course her biceps where much bigger than mine. She realized that I liked it and she always challenging me to compare strength and muscles, but she never wanted to embarrass me. One day, when I was making some compliments to her about her strength, she suggested to armwrestle.. I was a bit scared because all my class was around, but the fear couldn't stop me.. She let me start first and it seemed that I was wining as I was moving her hand slowly down.. but only few centimeters before my "victory" she stopped me and held me there for a while. I tried to push as hard as I could, I just had that silly feeling for a moment that I could win, but it was impossible to move her arm any further.. Then she gradually started to put a little more power so she pushed my arm slowly to exactly the opposite position. I was the one that was about to lose now and I was really shaking, from the excitement and from the effort of course. But she didn't finish me.. She let me get back to the starting position and held me there for a while. Then she said.. "let say that it's a draw" and stopped. I was relieved and excited. Later at home I couldn't stop thinking about it... I laid down to bed, closed my eyes and thinking about it.. I was so excited.. She show me how much stronger she was, without embarassing me in front of the class..
Of course all these fitness magazines were feeding  my excitement very well. But I will never forget my armwrestling with Thalia..

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #12 on: August 18, 2017, 11:41:28 am »
I think it all started way back one summer while watching tv. In one of those morning/afternoon tv show did a segment with some BB (men and women) and I thought they looked interesting. Consider that I'm talking mid 80's amateur level ladies, they weren't big at all, just defined. Then I catched Getting Physical with Alexandra Paul and I was sold. Then on it was trying to catch any coverage I could see on any sports tv show. Then came M&F, Musclemag and WPW.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #13 on: August 18, 2017, 12:16:51 pm »
It was the early 80,s and my local national newspaper The Daily Record ran an article on Mary Scott,one of the first UK competing fbbs,like now a guys dreamgirl was supposed to be blonde,skinny with big hooters but Mary was dark,permed and  had muscletone.i thought "wot a bod &  what a sweet smile". she appeared on a few progs &  came  across like Lorrainne Kelly (warm,smiley &  friendly) she was a mum who ran a gym & came from Dunfermline,practically up the road from where I lived. & I thought "some lucky basket comes home to this? Mary would barely make bikini nowadays & as fbbs got bigger ,she kinda faded from the scene.
A few weeks later,the same paper ran an article on Carolyn Cheshire ,& the scot in me thought "wow,these English girls aint so bad" lol.This poor schmoe also thought my little island was brimming with fbbs,as I found out this has never been the case.
At least these articles were positive.In  following years,not so.It was always about the time when NABBA ran their wbb contest in southport,interviews would appear,.Once,same paper,on Donna Hartley with what became a familiar title in such articles."Why would a woman wanna look like this" its either that or ""she cant find a fella" bloody cheek,same newspapers  campaign against anorexia & size zero models.
Until you plucked up the courage to go into John Menzies (newsagents,pre internet) for the ms o issue,sightings of your fav ladies were scant & infuriating..Either on  uk tvs   latest attempt  at doing  Oprah,where like Andrulla or  Julia Abell would have to sit &  listen to an audience of fat ugly cows & douchebags tell her ShE,s not feminine.or some daytime prog where Kimberley Anne Jones or Loretta  Loma stand & grin as the host flexes his puny muscles under a suit &  says without fail "shake my hand,ooh me fingers har har!"
Schmoes cant really explain why they love fbbs.At the start they were an alternative to the glamour models we were forced fed to by the media.& you liked them as much as.but as I get older,I prefer a fit,muscular,inteligent woman who I admire for dedicating her life to how she looks to the skinny,dyed hair,airbagged z list celebrity models (tweak tweak) who,re afraid of eating.that are comparatively meant to be the norm!

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #14 on: August 18, 2017, 03:41:38 pm »
I was about 10 or 12  and looking thru a book on the artwork of the Vatican  and was very impressed by Michelangelo's art.  Besides reading the stories in Action Comics of Supergirl and of course fitness and strength magazines.
 

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