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    They aren't even that big

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    this thread took off

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    and your bumping it why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hifrommike65 View Post
    The difference for me is whether women are around for their own bodybuilding & workout goals, or whether they're around for the viewing pleasure of the guys. I get offended every time I hear a woman referred to as a "major distraction" on the evil empire's site or in its mag. Distraction from what?
    Revisiting this comment I made in 2013. Robert Kennedy had bad sell-through on the stands for Musclemag International in the late 90s, & started running cheesecake features instead of bodybuilding features. It got so bad that some convenience stores took the issues off the stands & made you buy them from behind the counter, like the other skin magazines. He toned it down. Meanwhile, MD started running a "major distraction" feature each issue, usually of a female competitor photographed in alluring positions. The best of them was a photo spread of Branch & Trish Warren that required a cold shower after reading.

    John Berger's Ways of Seeing (1972) made an interesting observation. (I'll paraphrase.) The history of art is the history of men looking at women, & women looking at men looking at women. I hope we are finally getting past this in women's competition.
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