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Beautiful Bodies or Freaks of Nature?

Beautiful Bodies or Freaks of Nature? - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Whats with female bodybuilders? I dont mean chicks that exercise and stay in shape. Im talking about those leather-skinned monster-women with deep voices with their muscles bulging and come from the planet, Butt Ugly.

What's with female bodybuilders? I don't mean chicks that exercise and stay in shape. I'm talking about those leather-skinned monster-women with deep voices who come from the planet, Butt Ugly.

It's great that these people want to be fit and healthy but why do something that makes you look so hideous? Fit and healthy girls look like Anna Kournikova, Gabrielle Reese and Serena Williams. They're nice to watch on television because they're good looking and great athletes. I'll watch female bodybuilders on the tube but only because it's like watching a circus side show or getting your Dad to pull over in the car when you see a dead animal or a bad accident.

Female bodybuilders are not healthy or attractive. These women must be using steroids. to look the way they do. They'll say they're just using special exercise techniques and diets. But exercise and diets do not make a girl grow muscles that big. That's what happens to many of these body builders because of steroid use and certain nutritional supplements. Why would a girl want to put this much effort into looking like a man. These chicks are nothing more than pill-popping science experiments.

1I read this article talking about womens body building and thought the rant was very rude and pointless. I'm a girl, but I don't bodybuild or anything but i find nothing wrong with it. Why would you think it was ok for a guy to bodybuild and not a girl? A man isn't normally built like that and both would have to take steriods or some kind of pill, NOT JUST WOMEN. Whoever wrote that was very sexist and too opinionated without looking at the other side of the story. If that's what a bodybuilding woman wants to do with her body, let her do it. No one tells a man not to do it.

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