There are some images, some photo sets of female bodybuilders that you never forget. The images in these sets stay with you. You may not have seen them for years, but when you do see them again the excitement is just as great as it was the first time.
For example, seeing these images of the gorgeous Michelle Baker again recently was as exciting as it had been to see them for the first time the best part of ten years ago.
Her smouldering looks, her beautiful dark skin. Feminine in her dress, yet she's covered in ripped and powerful muscle. But it's her perfect pecs that steal the show. Whether Michelle is flexing them or not, my eye is always drawn to these deep, rippling mounds of female muscle because, I think, the dress seems to have been designed with the sole intention of showing these wonders off to their fullest advantage.
The images are, for me, representative of what I most love about female bodybuilders, of the essence of my sthenolagnia. They provide this viewer with an intoxicating combination (and juxtaposition) of glamorous feminine beauty and hard, powerful female muscle. They are a triumph both for the photographer and for the model. I was utterly smitten when I first saw them, and equally smitten upon seeing them again.
Of course, there are many many other images and photo sets that are what you might call "favourites". There are many images or photo sets that combine the feminine with the muscle in a similarly exciting way, and there are many other images that are just as exciting for quite different reasons. But this week, the excitement of rediscovering Michelle and the perfect dress for her perfect pecs got me thinking...
Yes, once again, FMS is asking for you lovely readers to give us your input. Which pictures, which photo sets, which clips even, would be your nominations for the Female Muscle Lovin' Hall of Fame? Which would be your Desert Island female muscle selection? Which would you save if your house was on fire? If you were curating an exhibition of female muscle art, what would you be hanging on the gallery wall?
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Thanks to sexyfemalemusclefan on Tumblr for the inspiration for today's post