are big hips a turn off?

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Nope, they don't, you're correct. But that's not a bad thing!

Just I dontlike them.
From a mere mechanical point of view, "they" mean you can't run as fast as men with the same muscle mass. So what? You're not meant to do the fast running, you've got other special functions to excel at
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Do men ever complain that their shoulders are too wide? Or their chest too hairy or their jaw too square, etc.

What is it with women fretting about having broad hips, large breasts or any other obvious feature of feminine physical maturity?
Beauty standards for women are influenced by fashion models who often are skinny, have narrow hips and are kind of flat. Nothing wrong with those traits ofc some women are naturally like that. But I don't get why women with big hips and large breasts would envy them.
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From a mere mechanical point of view, "they" mean you can't run as fast as men with the same muscle mass. So what? You're not meant to do the fast running, you've got other special functions to excel at
You're a mechanic? Oh, yeah, lol. But guys with big shoulders are attractive...ahahah
Other special functions, like what?
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God no. I love girls with wide hips, thick thighs and big bums.
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No, I don't just care about what they think. As I said, I don't like them, I was wondering if it was also something guys don't like.
Oh, right, lmao.
You should not care about what guys think of your body. Guys, just like girls, have preferences.
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You're a mechanic? Oh, yeah, lol. But guys with big shoulders are attractive...ahahah
Other special functions, like what?
(1) A mathematician actually, so of course I know about mechanics. Not a 'grease monkey' like my uncle though.

(2) Seems strange to read this question from a girl who's obviously well gone through puberty....
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Beauty standards for women are influenced by fashion models who often are skinny, have narrow hips and are kind of flat. Nothing wrong with those traits ofc some women are naturally like that. But I don't get why women with big hips and large breasts would envy them.
Asch conformity experiments....
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God no. I love girls with wide hips, thick thighs and big bums.
ohhhhh ahaha
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You should not care about what guys think of your body. Guys, just like girls, have preferences.
ok, thanks. it's also more to the fact, i'm more insecure.
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(2) Seems strange to read this question from a girl who's obviously well gone through puberty....
Giving birth?
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(1) A mathematician actually, so of course I know about mechanics. Not a 'grease monkey' like my uncle though.

(2) Seems strange to read this question from a girl who's obviously well gone through puberty....
Oh, right, okay! That sounds interesting. Hahaha lmaooo.

Oh, oops, sorryyyyy
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Giving birth?
ohh, yeahhhh
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Oh, a lot of women? Ahaha, alright Mr popular! Jk lmao.
Thank you thoooo.
Sorry as a lesbian i usually have to point out that i date woman otherwise people assume i haven’t. I forget that on here you can’t tell I’m a woman
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imma girl but noo i think it's a turn on
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Sorry as a lesbian i usually have to point out that i date woman otherwise people assume i haven’t. I forget that on here you can’t tell I’m a woman
oh my gosh, i'm so, so sorry! i hope i didn't offend you.
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imma girl but noo i think it's a turn on
thank you
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biologically women are supposed to be like that for child bearing so its normal
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biologically women are supposed to be like that for child bearing so its normal
All very well, but then you might make narrow-hipped women feel bad/inadequate etc., what would you say to them?
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All very well, but then you might make narrow-hipped women feel bad/inadequate etc., what would you say to them?
umm no? this is scientifically proven i didnt make this up. should science be banned bcos it makes people feel bad?
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Who cares if they like them or not. If they say they don’t, they’re probably not right for you. The right person would like you for who you are and not for your ‘hips’
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