Waist size is meaningless unless you take all of the other measurements into consideration (height, hips, shoulders, etc.) It’s not about weight or waist size, it’s about ratios.
(Again, that’s not a slam against women who are naturally very skinny.
In all my years of dating men, if there’s one thing that’s stuck out like a sore thumb in a man, it’s his insecurity.
Dating a really nice guy
Some guys like skinny girls with no boobs and some guys don’t mind a little “thickness” as long as the girl is curvy with a big set protruding the front of her.
However, women are constantly dieting and exercising to make their bodies look ideal for men (and to be healthy too, of course).
In other words, a woman who is the same size as another woman but has a higher amount of muscle than the other woman will actually weigh more than the less muscular woman.
So even though the woman looks better, she steps on the scale, sees a number she doesn’t like and then gets discouraged.
But as the months start to roll by, you’d see that the advice would start to turn into sulking commands and manipulative pleas to arm twist you into doing what he wants.
Unfortunately, you’ll never see the signs or the real face under the mask of niceness until you’re ready to end the relationship or have already broken up with him.
looking like a starving creature doesn’t exactly turn most guys on.
In terms of Megan Fox and her supposed 23 inch waist: I don’t know if that’s true, but you have to keep in mind waist size is only attractive of her waist-size to her height.
[Read: How to deal with insecurity in a relationship] That’s the strange power of insecurity and insecure men in a relationship.
Experiences with insecure men The first time I ever dated an insecure guy was almost a decade ago.
Almost every woman I know has experienced her share of insecure men.