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Apr 17, 2006 @ 3:52 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
ticklishfrank


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does a physically stronger women and a man who is not so strong physically have a chance in a dating relationship or friendship? for example female bodybuilder and an average guy.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 3:53 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
nightrider3281


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i think it could just don;t upset her
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 5:29 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
chinabull2000


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I can think of no reason why it would negatively affect the chance of a relationship, unless the guy stupidly sees it as damaging to his ego.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 6:10 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
sjpinatl


Posts: 554
Many men want someone they can dominate physically. But some don't care and some "scrawny" guys actually prefer a woman more "substantial".

More men want someone petite than someone larger or stronger than themselves.

[Edited on 4/17/2006 6:14 PM]
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 6:12 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
spongebob777


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I'm scrawny average and I prefer petite women.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 6:17 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
TiNkErGrRrRrR


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I'm scrawny average and I prefer petite women.



weaker men and much stronger women


here i thought all men were big tough macho men...their weak?..
I really don`t see what the big deal is...just think the woman can carry the fella over the mud puddle..
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 6:31 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
horselady9


Posts: 135
Hmmm.... I started out thinking this would be about intellectually and/or psychologically stronger women/weaker men relationships! Can we go for parity???

I suppose they can work if there is balance - but if one partner is significantly stronger in all departments (including physically), the opportunities for failure are pretty serious. I've found that a lot of men are intimidated by a gifted, strong woman, and many of those women (and yes, I'll include myself) have a hard time backing down from the need to demonstrate their strength and independence.

Hopefully, that is just a residual of times when we women pretty much bought into the 'weaker' role. Ok.. some did.. and the rest of us just beat our heads against the wall.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 6:34 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
Atone74


Posts: 333
Sorry, I wear the pants in the house. I must have someone who is slim, slender or petite..
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 6:55 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
horselady9


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That raises an interesting corollary: Petite, slim, etc is all well and good, but why is it not ok to try to limit a partner to someone who isn't twice or more your size? Us little people want to know!!!!
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 7:02 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
OHDrummer06


Posts: 31
I dont see why it would. If the guy feels like he's ego's threatened then he should probably start going to the gym.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 7:28 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
sophie313


Posts: 135
Sorry, can't remember. I'm 5 ft. tall and haven't been in that situation since I was in the first grade.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 7:37 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
Fate38


Posts: 15
Have to admit I'm old fashioned -- I prefer a guy that is taller and stronger than I am. At 5'10 not so easy to find these days...
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 8:02 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
Slinfear


Posts: 109
I have to add something here.. Just because a woman is 'dainty' or 'petite' do not think they are incapable of handling themselves and letting a man know where he can put his preconceived notions. I have a very good friend. She is all of 5'3" tall and an Ex Navy S.E.A.L. (The second ever, or so I was told) I watched a video of her on her boat in the Indian ocean with a group of Marines coming aboard from shore leave. One was so drunk he couldn't stand up and wass told by the deck officer he had to leave the ship. The Marine grabbed the officer by the throat and said What did you say to me, boy? My friend immediately took this 6'4" Marine down, put him face down on the deck and had a gun in his ear before he landed..
I'd not want to startle her in a dark alley, and pity any man who thinks he could take her...lol
Slin
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 9:05 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
Always_Striving


Posts: 9,953
Who cares? Just put them into a mudwrestling ring and let them work things out and see who takes who home at the end of the night.
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Apr 17, 2006 @ 11:13 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
definitelydi


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I personally don't care to 'outsize/strength' any man I date. It is rather awkward for me to adjust to dating a smaller, more 'petite' guy! I'm not opposed to it, but it's not my preference. What really matters is that I have a good time with him. When you're actually compatable and having fun, it's not something you notice.
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Apr 18, 2006 @ 1:56 AM weaker men and much stronger women    
Marwizzle87


Posts: 39
Well it depends. My best friend wants a woman to dominate him. He would LIKE it if his woman were a lot stronger than him.
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Apr 18, 2006 @ 1:20 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
pitbullgurl


Posts: 740
I don't see it as a major factor in a relationship....unless of course, the woman has exercised her boobs right off....lmao...I think most men are a little freaked out, when a woman is a bodybuilder and has the body of a man.
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Apr 19, 2006 @ 3:43 AM weaker men and much stronger women    
grumblebear


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I tend to agree with the point brought up before, Strength takes many forms...
and Physical strength is a minor part of it....
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Nov 3, 2006 @ 4:46 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
ticklishfrank


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i guess the relationship can succeed if both parties are willing to look inside rather than outside. but it depends on the people. are they secure with themselves? does it bother the woman that she is stronger physically or does she feel good about it. and does the guy have an ego problem with being with a stronger woman. after all you find that mentally some women that are intellectually smarter draw some men away and so the physical thing might have that same affect but not with me. it can be arousing
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Nov 3, 2006 @ 9:17 PM weaker men and much stronger women    
sissycat411


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strength comes in many forms, mentally, physically, intellectually.....I would not want a man who I could dominate mentally or physically but i do like a man who is smarter than me......I find that stimulating, arousing and comforting....Sure takes some of the pressure off me, to have to be the one, making decisions...I had to do that for too many years with the ex I had and being a single mom of 3.

I knew a couple locally...she definitely wore the pants in the family...her husband worked long hours at a pretty physically demanding job...when he got home, she had a list of things for him to accomplish before he got to bed. Mow the yard, cook supper, clean the kitchen cabinets, wall paper the house, run the sweeper....while she sat on her a$$ and just got fatter and fatter...heck he did all the house keeping also and she was a stay at home wife. He ended up dying of a heart attack at a very young age....
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