by Larry Solomon of Biblical Gender Roles – What if I Don’t Have an Hour Glass Figure as always safely linked through Do Not Link
Editor’s note: Now Larry’s handing out at advice if you’re plain and too skinny. He ends with more fat-shaming. Later in this same article he says he was not attracted to his second wife because she was overweight. Such a very narrow definition of acceptable here. He’s mixing toxic ideas with ones that are positive messages.
What if I don’t have anything to work with?
First be sure you really don’t have anything to work with, most women are far more critical of their bodies then men actually are. Let me paint a worst case scenario. Let’s say you are a woman that has flat hips(as opposed to rounded), no curve at the waste, chicken legs(bony legs), no breasts, and no pretty face.
You still have something you can work with – your personality and your inner beauty. But even then you need to make sure you wear nice clothes and keep yourself up. You may not be able to change the outside, but you can certainly change the inside. You can make yourself a radiantly beautiful woman by the way you talk to men and the way you present yourself.
Don’t come off as desperate, but be humble. Humility in a woman is very sexy to many men. In fact this is a problem many(but not all) of those hour glass women have which is a complete lack of humility.
I used to make a statement in high school over 20 years ago and I have continued to say it ever since.
“The most dangerous woman is the woman who is more beautiful than most women and knows it”
It is extremely hard to find a woman like this that still has humility. Some men still date and marry women like this because they are just as shallow as some of these women are so they make a great pair.
What if I am overweight?
While you can’t change your body type or face, weight is something you can change. You can work out, you can eat differently. Many men will overlook some extra weight on a woman depending on how she carries the weight.
But there is a certain point where as the weight increases it directly affects how many men will find you attractive. Contrary to all the statements online and elsewhere, beauty does have a weight limit,(emphasis Larry’s) it may be different depending on height and body build, but there is a limit.
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