Let's face it, female bodybuilders are this groups #1 source of inspiration. FBB has seen constant downsizing, lack of support and public ridicule from the general public for years. Many events are removing female bodybuilding from their competition roster... even The Arnold Sports Festival which is the 2nd largest FBB competition in the US.
What are your thoughts?
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I would surely suffer if tha genre, live-action or otherwise, were 2 suddenly exist no longer!
Muscular women will never be mainstream, it's sad to say that but, if you want really want to interest a big part of the public, the competitions will just turn in a beauty pageant. Most people don't want to see muscles on women, figure is already too much for them!
So, the sport will not disappear but it will remains a niche... Because only a tiny part of women and men are interested by it.
I like female muscle in art, because with art you can draw big muscle and in the same time have a very feminine character (face and boobs, mostly).
While in real life, female bodybuilders have to give up on their feminine face, as most of them take pills that turn their face into a man's. Also, they give up on their boobs for pecs (which isnt always bad actually) or implants (which really ruin their look).
Therefore, I can say I don't really love real female bodybuilders as much as I love female fitness/figure/athletic/sports/normal.
So yeah, sorry guys, I wouldn't be so upset.
However, I do understand that you guys would be upset. Being a minority trampled by the majority does suck.
It is a shame but it shouldn`t discourage a woman to bodybuild because it gives them confidence and self asteem to work their body to be solid.
The sport of FBB should be appreciated solely because of the hard work and dedicatio of the competitors but sadly, because of people wishing to see women not do that just to keep a rediculous stereo type (homebody) of how a womans body should be, its now on a decline