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#576 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
Actually, there's nothing saying she's unhealthy. Though it is rare, some people have perfect health even with excess weight. The same is true for people who are skinny, yet have severe health problems you would normally only see associated with obese individuals because despite their small frame, they don't exercise.
Secondly--Sexually attractive is a subjective term. Just because she is not sexually attractive to you doesn't mean she's not sexually attractive to someone else.
#611 - lazypaul (06/03/2012) [-]
She isn't as healthy as she could be if she was a healthy weight. her lungs, heart, knees and overall well-being will suffer. Also, sexual attractiveness may be subjective but men have evolved to find healthier women more attractive. Any man would find her more attractive at a lower body fat percentage (except those with unusual fetishes).
#624 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
Also, I believe the skinny thing is just a fad that will pass. Less than 50 years ago, skinny girls were teased because men preferred women with extra meat on them. Not morbidly obese women, but women like Marylin Monroe. I think any fad can fluctuate over time, so curvier women may come back into style sometime soon.
Also, speaking in evolutionary terms, men should prefer slightly curvier women. Women with extra meat on them show they have the proper nutrients to support an embryo. Not overly fat women, but women with a more solid frame.
Pic related: The one on the far right is the one that should be most attractive if you are viewing it from an evolutionary standpoint.
#651 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
Oh, I never said that the lady in OP's pic isn't what is considered 'fat.' That picture above is merely a visual aid for your statement about evolution. The woman in OP's pic is definitely overweight, I was merely asserting that there's nothing stating that she isn't physically attractive to some people and there's nothing stating that she is necessarily unhealthy.
#667 - lazypaul (06/03/2012) [-]
#679 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
I know that many people do suffer from poor health due to their excess weight, but there exceptions to the rule. Just like there are skinny people who can suffer from joint damage and poor cardiovascular health. It is rare, but it is possible to be overweight and healthy (although I would say it's very, very rare if you exceeed 40 pounds over your ideal body weight).
As for Marilyn, I should clarify that she was heavier at the beginning of her career, though she was a knock-out all the way through.
#688 - lazypaul (06/03/2012) [-]
#698 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
She is freakin' hot.
I would say her weight dropped in the middle of her career, but she was a bit heavier when she started (I think the stress got to her a bit). But I didn't keep track near the end of her career, so I dunno how she looked then.
And an overweight individual can actually be healthier than a skinny individual in some cases. There have been many studies on the "Skinny-Fat" effect, where people who are a decent weight don't exercise like they should and it makes them less healthy than an active, overweight individual.
I agree with you 100% on one thing, though--healthy is sexy. I don't find it attractive when someone is overweight to the point where they wheeze and have trouble being active. But if a chubby person has high energy and a constantly active lifestyle (Believe it or not, it does happen), then I may consider them as physically attractive as a skinny, active individual. Adversely, if I meet a skinny person who lives an inactive lifestyle with health problems caused by their laziness, I will find them just as unattractive as a fat unhealthy person.
#703 - lazypaul (06/03/2012) [-]
Ok, let us stop saying overweight and instead over-fat. You're right there are skinnyfat people who are just as bad as any kind of fat. But a 'chubby person (who) has high energy and a constantly active lifestyle' Could be healthier and therefore more attractive if they sorted out their diet and got down to a healthier body fat %.
#707 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
It's true that they could lower their body fat percentage (in most cases--some have hormonal imbalances or thyroid problems that make it nearly impossible to drop at least some excess weight), but it depends on what they find sexy. I have met women who prefer to have some extra weight because it makes for a nicer ass and tits. Granted, these were cases where the person was between 20-30 lbs over their ideal body weight; nothing too extreme.
#714 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
One pound of fat is 3600 calories. Say this individual has a job or a lifestyle that doesn't lend to being active, but they maintain a healthy diet where they consume enough food to maintain a healthy weight if they didn't have the imbalance. In short, 300 calories a day can lead to a gain of 30 pounds a year.
It can make a big difference over time, but I don't see why it would be difficult to cope with that. 300 calories a day is easily taken off by walking 2 miles at a rate of 13 minutes per mile. But that's just me--some people may not have that luxury. So if they have to life an inactive lifestyle for 3 years for any reason (Hell knows why), that would put almost 100 extra pounds on their frame.
#717 - Monoge (06/03/2012) [-]
I agree--people with hormonal imbalances aren't necessarily the most health-conscious, and that may lead to excess weight gain. I am sure there are those out there who live healthy lifestyles with activity and a healthy diet that still have some extra pudge. Of course, it wouldn't be anywhere as bad as the lady in OP's picture.
#727 - anonymous poster (06/03/2012) [-]
Using anecdotal evidence as a rebuttal to scientific study.
I seriously hope you guys don't do this.
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