[quote]Have to say she was the only good looking woman in the strongwoman comp I saw her in. (Well the winner had a nice face and hair but looked like a walking laboratory.)
All the other non good looking women are put down in this quote, and the actual winner of the comp is put down with faint praise. (Nice face and hair, but...)
Nothing wrong with liking what people look like, but comparisons are unrealistic, and unfair. Yes, there is a negative stereotype of what women who lift weights look like, but I don't necessarily think that pornographising (if that is a word, which it aint, as I think I just made it up) contestants is fair.
And why do men look cool if they are macho and scowl, but women have to simper? You seriously expect me to believe that the come hither gazes in the photo shoots don't have anything to do with your attraction to these women? Though at least she isn't rolling around in the grass in the pictures you posted. Thing is though, bodybuilders trade on their looks. She is a phenomenal lifter, so why does she have to pose in a bikini?
I am not saying that she isn't entitled to run around in a bikini, and yes, she has the figure for it, but isn't it sad that she has to doll herself up as a baywatch babe, just to be noticed, when her achievements should speak for themselves?
And as I say, the woman who won is considered second class because she doesn't look as "cute." Perhaps she does take steroids. So do many other strength athletes. Maybe she looked like a freak. I don't know, I didn't see her. But she won the competition! Who cares what her hair looked like? She could have been bald as a coot for all I care.