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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #15 on: August 20, 2017, 05:27:36 am »
My love stated with Wonder Woman comics. Then I saw this MSNBC documentary called "Body of Work" which featured Heather Foster and Colette Nelson. From that point on I became a fan of female muscle. Then when Youtube became popular I could watch as many female bodybuilding videos as I wanted. I amassed a huge collection of books, magazines, and videos. Gradually, I just became a female muscle fan.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #16 on: August 20, 2017, 01:38:47 pm »
For me it started at about age 14 or 15. I was in class and the girl besides me had her backpack open and inside her backpack I saw a fitness magazine (I don't recall the name of the magazine). In the cover were two or three fitness models and I asked her what was that magazine. She showed me the magazine and started explaining how she wanted to have muscles like them. Ever since that day I stopped browsing porn and started browsing female bodybuilder. Also the girl in my class was strong as hell. She had big hands and at that age (she was also 15) she could bicep curl 30 lbs.

Another day in class, it was just the teacher her and me. The teacher came to me to open up a jar and with all my strength I could not open it. I was sweating from all the exertion I made. I gave it back to the teacher and told her I could not open it but the girl said to give it to her. When the tescher gave it to her she opened that jar in a second as if it was nothing.

She was the one who started my love for tall women, female with muscles (bigger the muscles the better), and female with big hands.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #17 on: August 20, 2017, 06:16:30 pm »
HA! I must be older than all of you.
I was 20 when I saw the very first issue of "Strength Training For Beauty" with Reggie Bennett on the cover, back before she was a big thick wrestler on the Japanese circuit. Back then she had more muscle than any other woman I'd ever seen - even though by today's standards she'd barely get noticed on buffyshot. A few months later that started publishing Women's Physique World and it was all over. I was hooked then and the hook has only gotten deeper.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #18 on: August 21, 2017, 10:01:07 pm »
It's a good question -- and, in fact, I'm sure there have been similar threads. But, it gives me a chance to clear up some really poor reporting that seems to pop up when you google "Laura Combes" including a link to a post on this site, which either quotes stuff you'll see in Wikipedia, or the other way around. Either way, it's all wrong.

I suppose I'd always been turned on by muscular women, and only kind of aware of my reaction to a few Popeye cartoons that were in re-runs in the afternoon as I was bumping up on or into puberty. But, it was in 1979 -- (not 1981, got it??!!!) -- that Laura graced American televisions in a segment on Real People. It was like an electric shock to my system. I knew instantly that this was the most exciting thing I'd ever seen. The next year, she was featured along with a few others in an article in Sports Illustrated, "https://www.si.com/vault/1980/03/17/106774932/here-she-is-miss-well-what." Amazing double biceps. Still among the best, especially her right arm.

Then, other features started popping up... Women's Physique World hit the stands. Laura had a spread in Muscle & Fitness. I was making regular trips to newsstands to stare covertly at the muscle mags, and also NBC and ESPN started airing contests, and ESPN aired American Muscle Magazine. So, was born an addiction.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #19 on: August 23, 2017, 07:38:06 am »
 ^- :bravo:   That's the article that turned me.   Amazing to see how small those muscles look now; there have to be twenty women in the gym I work out at that are buffer than those women. 

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #20 on: August 24, 2017, 02:15:59 am »
For me was after i watched the 1991 Olympia live on espn . I had seen fbb's on American Gladiators before and knew i like them . But that Olympia show was the first time i saw a real fbb event . Will never forget seeing Laura Creavalle , and i was hooked 100% . And around the same time Iron Eagle came out with Mclish , not long after Sharon Bruneau came on the scene . Awesome time !  But that first Olympia show was it
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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #21 on: August 24, 2017, 03:14:17 am »
I find these responses fascinating. It seems to be a something that fans start to like in their youth. Are there any guys who started liking muscular women later in their life on here ?

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #22 on: August 24, 2017, 11:02:35 am »
My earliest real life (non-media) memory is from 3rd grade, circa 1975, when one of the more athletic girls in my class flashed a double biceps pose at another boy trying to bully her, intimidating, and ultimately humiliating him in front of the class.  In the late 70s my dad officiated some national wristwrestling competition (the difference between armwrestling & wristwrestling escapes me now,) and a tiny, perhaps 4'11" female competitor and local champ was ripped and muscular - the first time I had ever seen a woman like that. After that came the Lisa Lyon Playboy that I lifted from my uncle following advent of Fbb contests on TV, and it never stopped from there. Though by no means muscular, Lindsay Wagner as The Bionic Woman certainly sparked my fascination with strong women, of course followed by Linda Carter's Wonder Woman. The profundity of puberty coinciding with the sport's advent stayed with me like an ever-expanding tattoo.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #23 on: August 28, 2017, 09:30:02 pm »
The heyday of women's BBing and magazines etc were well before my time, in fact i'm pretty sure my Muscle Awakening was through the Simpsons episode where Marge starts lifting. Also I watched a lot of WWE in my youth so Victoria and Jazz (and later Beth Phoenix) made big impressions on me.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #24 on: August 28, 2017, 09:43:08 pm »
When I saw this image in one magazine, that's was it.


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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #25 on: August 29, 2017, 03:53:58 am »
When I was in grade school, there was a girl in my class that was stronger than me and had pretty big muscles. I just remember lying in bed not being able to fall asleep fantasizing about feeling her biceps. Then later that year there was an FBB on fear factor and same thing, couldn't fall asleep thinking about feeling her muscles. My fetish has been pretty omnipresent since then.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #26 on: August 30, 2017, 10:26:58 pm »
When I was in grade school, there was a girl in my class that was stronger than me and had pretty big muscles. I just remember lying in bed not being able to fall asleep fantasizing about feeling her biceps. Then later that year there was an FBB on fear factor and same thing, couldn't fall asleep thinking about feeling her muscles. My fetish has been pretty omnipresent since then.

I know the episode of Fear Factor it was Tara Scotti.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #27 on: September 03, 2017, 01:58:01 pm »
As a young boy watching tv I was always fascinated with scenes depicting female strength and dominance. Whenever I saw a catfight or a woman beating up a man I would be captivated. Years later I remember flipping channels and seeing a female bodybuilding competition. I only watched for a short while and although I was probably alone I'm sure I said to myself " She looks gross" When I was in my late 40's I got my first computer and of course the first thing I searched for was porn. After about an hour of that I decided to look for bodybuilders. The first images I can recall were of Lynn McCrossin. I was dumbfounded when I saw just how massive these women could become. My favorite website became Premiere Productions and the first two videos I ordered were Suzie - a woman who's scissors were lethal and Annie Rivieccio who was in her prime. I was lucky enough to meet Annie twice and one session we made a video for her clips4sale.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #28 on: September 05, 2017, 01:59:50 am »
I do not recall the first moment I saw female muscle but I guess it was around my early teens and I was discovering female muscle in most magazines including muscle and fitness. I remember how attractive the females and how they seem very strong and powerful. I later discovered the internet looking at female muscle fansites and I began reading female muscle stories. It was along time ago, I think it was before my early teens but I know I had craving for female muscle in my teens.

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Re: How did you find out you like Muscular women?
« Reply #29 on: September 05, 2017, 01:31:28 pm »
1. Seeing the muscle mag covers on the newsstands in the 80s as a wee lad.
2. American Gladiators.
When American Gladiators was on it was the best time to be a female bodybuilder. When they rebooted the series they had mostly fit chicks.

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