Do men (or women) want to see a manly bodied Asian female naked?
Count me out.
The puff piece on the “Karate Hottie” is intended to blur the distinction between the sexes. In my honest opinion, any man who is sexually attracted to the so-called hottie is a latent homosexual.
It’s reasonable to speculate that this photoshoot, courtesy of leftist ESPN, is intended to entice men into homosexual relationships. If the thing in the photo above had a penis, would anyone be surprised?
Is it even possible for a woman to develop muscles like those without taking steroids or some other muscle building drug?
Excerpt from the Daily Mail
UFC strawweight Michelle Waterson has just been revealed as the fifth professional athlete to pose nude for ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue.
Michelle, 31, is known as the ‘Karate Hottie’ in her field, and it’s clear why as she’s stripped down for her photoshoot.
The super-strong brunette is featured totally naked, throwing up a high kick as she faces away from the camera — giving readers a full view of her backside.
In an interview with the magazine, which hits stands July 7, Michelle said she has no qualms about calling herself ‘hot’ and using the nickname fans have dreamed up for her.
‘I like my Karate Hottie nickname,’ she said. ‘I think it’s catchy. I don’t mind saying that I’m hot. If you want to underestimate your opponent [because of her nickname], for sure, go ahead.’
That being said, being sexy isn’t her top priority.
‘Your body changes [doing MMA],’ she said. ‘You lose body fat, and that means you lose breast tissue. Your shoulders get broad, and you get scraped from the gloves. I do it because I love to do it.
‘I could definitely be doing something else if I just wanted to look hot.’
She hasn’t always been quite as confident, and admitted that the stretch marks she developed while pregnant were once a point of insecurity.
Michelle and her husband Joshua Gomez have a six-year-old daughter named Araya, who often comes to her mom’s fights.
‘For a long time, I was embarrassed about my stretch marks. Now I embrace them, because for me it was like this nest that I created to grow this little human in my body, and I’m proud of that. They are like my battle wounds,’ she said.
Battle wounds to be sure — Michelle added that giving birth was way more painful than any injury she’s ever sustained in the ring.
‘There is nothing that compares to the pain of childbirth,’ she said.
‘On a scale of 1-10, any pain I’ve taken in the ring would rank a 6, and childbirth is a 10. Now I know that if I can get through 12 hours of labor, then I can get through a 25-minute fight.’
There are about 20 more photos at the Daily Mail. Here are two more.
Artsy, eh? Too bad that artsy can’t hide ugly.
That’s my opinion. What’s yours?