Here are two non-feminine women, and I like them both.
Katya is tall, has small breasts and a non-narrow ribcage, but contrast her with the typical high-fashion model. Laura has a smallish backside.
Katya from teen stars magazine
Laura from amkingdom
Pleeaassee explain to me how these women are non-feminine. I had a pretty good understanding from your website what feminine was and what was not, until now. Really, I want to understand. I have a hard time understanding the difference because of this.
Ok, so the second one has no butt. I get it. The first one seems to have well-defined cheekbones, but in no way would I consider her non-feminine or even in the middle. I would consider her on the feminine side of the scale.
They both look feminine and more attractive than some of your models in the attractive category. The second one can be "more masculine" than the first one. But the reason is her eyebrows!
Erik you really underestimate the importance of eyebrows in femininity. Many women get their eyebrows done. An otherwise feminine women can look masculine with low set and thick (natural) eyebrows and a less feminine woman can look more feminine by shaping her eyebrows thinner and higher. You don't seem to take this into account really! Many of your models have removed all eyebrow hair and have penciled them in...which i find unattractive but since you are attracted to hairless bodies (another unnatural feature) i guess you would find penciled in and fake looking eyebrows on a woman more feminine and attractive.
You seem to be a "fan" of naturalness...no implants, surgeries etc then what about eyebrows?
I think its a little unfair to point out natural eyebrows in women and say they are more masculine than another woman who has shaped hers everything else being "similar".
and YES eyebrow shaping can have a dramatic effect! They can make the eyes look bigger/brighter, cheekbones more "noticeable" and just generally lift a face. I mean i have been told i look very feminine when i did my eyebrows and i am a guy!
Just wanted to share my thoughts :)
I would say that the first girl has small breasts, but a pretty darn small ribcage and waist as well. I would think that her small breasts are giving you the illusion that she has a bigger rib cage than she does, but in reality she has just as small - if not a SMALLER - rib cage as most of the women in your attractive section.
I think the first girl is pretty, attractive and definitely has a nice booty,
Jerry:"booty" is an unattractive word and sounds "ghetto",unrefined and disrespectful to women
Both these women are feminine beyond doubt.Femininity isn't about breast or bottom size or even necessarily rib cage size as on one body a person can have both feminine seeming parts and masculine seeming parts-for example Megan Fox had a feminine face before all the plastic surgery,its now still reasonably feminine but less so,but her body is much less feminine then her pre-surgery face.
So a person can have both feminine and masculine parts but a refined eye can tell what is feminine overall.You could go into minor details and say maybe the first girl could have tiny bit of masculinity in her forehead or the second one in her chin but thats petty-overall their both very feminine.
Also Erik it would give your website much more credibility if it wasn't covered with pornography.I know your going to say something like that is the only place you could find nude pictures so that you could make your points regarding femininity/masculinity but most people don't buy that and it really does bring down the quality and credibility of your website.
With a bit of effort and initiative you could have found photos of nude art models-heres one site for examplehttp://www.female-anatomy-for-artist.com
without having to resort to photos of women bent over with underwear around ankles etc.
Also its almost laughable that you black out the nipple and leave the rest of the breasts showing or black out a tiny dot of labia while the rest of the whole genital area is showing.Why bother at all lol.Either black out the whole area or leave it all.It appears a bit silly.
Here what i consider having some masculinity.I picked women with red or copper hair because the above two also have reddish tone hair
Megan Fox before plastic surgery-feminine face
Megan Fox before plastic surgery-feminine face
After plastic surgery-in my opinion still feminine but less so
Body-more masculinity compared to presurgery face
Maybe just bad photos?
Sorry accidently posted one photo twice
Some say she looks or presents herself unfeminine. I think she is very attractive, tried to post a flattering picture. The women I see on this page all look very feminine, but some fotos are not very flattering.
Everything is relative. Compared to many high fashion models, for example, these girls (Katya and Laura) seem rather feminine to me. I think some of the photos selected are unnecessarily provocative and suggestive(especially the ones of Laura). Since there are links to pay sites for these women I think it is important to choose photos that not show vulgar or sexually arousing poses so as to not make people question the intent.
I would like to know your opinion on the film stars Ornella Muti and Barbara Steele. I personally think they were two of the most striking women of all time.
I would like to know your opinion of the film stars Ornella Muti and Barbara Steele. I think they were two of the most striking women of all time.
I think those who think that some or even all of these women are not feminine are just plain crazy. There is a propensity these days to take the traditional meaning of a word and redefine it but it's just plain crap. Every women I have seen on this page is very beautiful each in their own right, and very feminine. Stop judging people with your faulty human standards and see the beauty in Creation. Nuff said!
Are my breasts too small. I think about it so much I wear 2 bras. What should I do?
You make some intersting point here: see my website for 'repressed' troth on evolution:http://evolutionings.blogspot.com/
I think this website is the biggest load of shit I have ever seen. Seems like the woman who created this site is just looking for some reassurance about her own looks and thinks its fair to judge others and call them men for the way they look. Get a fucking life. By the way the chick who created this site is fucking ugly and should consider a hairstyle change. she looks like a drag queen with her fringe..and nose..and chin...and ears.. all highly manly i agree! sound familiar?
by the way porn stars arent glamour models, theyre fucking sluts
you have one link giving advice on 'improving your looks' and then right under that link you have advice on 'self esteem'. are you fucking kidding me? this site is a walking contradiction. stop pretending that youre doing a justice for society when all you are doing is bringing people down. wanna know why people have eating disorders? its simple. its because of people like you
have you thought that maybe people with high cheekbones and a strong jaw might have actually been born that way? thats usually the case. i guess you havent come across that in your "studies"
as a psychology student, this website is the most disgusting, vile thing i have ever come across and i am disgusted this is even allowed on the internet. seek some professional help please!
also im a little confused...is this a porn site as well????
I see that when you say non-feminine, you mean of those culturally recognized and approved characteristics of a woman`s face. And I totally agree. It is common knowledge that a face not enough round in shape, with a tiny nose, round big eyes and contoured thick lips doesn`t pass as a beautiful face. You might as well wear wigs on several occasions, wear a lot of make-up, but the genuine beauty is the one residing in your innate physical characteristics.
How on earth did I fell on this body/gender policing website while searching about psychological impact of models? WTF.
You should NOT try to define for others whether or not they are feminine/masculine, or you're an ass.
No way, every friggin' page of this is like that: "gnagna, so and so isn't feminine as you can see, even if there was a need for that physical feature of models you could find more feminine so-featured people..."
You're not helping things change in fashion by solidifying gendered expectations. Then how, you ask? Look at Worn and other independent magazine in the same veins.
To Joseph 18 the writer of this site is a MAN NOT A WOMAN , smartass, and he isn't trying to do any of the things you say. You should read the intent behind the site before judging, and if yr really a psychology major you need to be more objective and study the arguments presented instead of insulting the author's character- and same to no 19. You need to respect ppl even if you don't agree with them, and just because something isn't PC doesn't make it untrue.