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Started by Judge DR3DD, 24-Dec-12, 01:54 PM
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Quote from: sleepinbin on 24-Dec-12, 02:58 PMwell, in the vast majority of cases, mixed matches that are being filmed will be at best semi-competitive and usually scripted fantasy, so i think guys in general are stereotyped as being weak - kind of a neccessity of the genre!
Quote from: sammy_scuffles on 02-Jan-13, 03:28 AM It's only necessity because all you guys like the wrong thing. Sheesh!
Quote from: Stewie_Griffin on 02-Jan-13, 07:11 AMQuote from: sammy_scuffles on 02-Jan-13, 03:28 AM It's only necessity because all you guys like the wrong thing. Sheesh!Spoilsport!To answer the OP's question, yes. But remember this....for every skinny or fat strong guy you know, there are a dozen skinny nerdy geeks, or fat "bloaters", who would get their ass handed to them by a strong, skilled girl.Now THAT'S what I call "obvious!"
Quote from: 007 on 24-Dec-12, 01:54 PMI think they are. I mean some skinny guys are just uber strong. [...]And fat guys portrayed as "mismatched" against females. Not all fat guys are sloppy, I've seen some fat dudes bench much more than bodybuilders. Some I know kill at bench press.
Quote from: DiabloNYC on 03-Jan-13, 02:16 PMBut are MOST "fat guys" and "skinny guys" school wrestlers, gymnasts, powerlifters, and strong-men? Of course not!So the question is "are skinny guys stereotyped... ?" The answer is yes!
Quote from: 007 on 03-Jan-13, 03:02 PMI keep hearing this "strong females" can beat "skinny, small men" and yes that can happen but there are skinny men that can beat strong females and they aren't wrestlers or anything.
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