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What do you think of this body type (female)? watch

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    (Original post by hoonosewot)
    Saying that she doesn't look good for bearing children isn't misogynistic really, in fact that is the prime characteristic men look for in women, though usually subconsciously. The hourglass figure (big breasts, small waist, big hips) is ideal for child-bearing, and as a result men will find it attractive.
    just to clarify, when saying that I was talking about the long-leg/short-torso body type, i.e. the opposite of the girl in the pics.

    And yes you're right, of course it's not misogynistic. Or if it is, then the word is so ridiculously broad as to include just about anything, making it useless.

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    Although the "typical" ideal shape- big hips, small waist big boobs, not many people have. I have a smallish waist and my hips are bigger, but I haven't got the big boobs part. Jennifer Metcalfe from hollyoaks is an ideal example
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