If you had the power …

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    Um, considering most of the girls I know play rugby, why would I want to weaken them like that?


    Then I’d just give them that "thing" I have that makes me able to survive intense illness, temperatures, and assloads of pain. Yay disgustingly powerful adrenal gland!

    Mr. Stone

    Actually no. She’d get mad at me for that! She would like the strength, but not the muscle. And personally, I don’t want to get my butt kicked. So, unfortunately, no. <sigh> πŸ˜₯


    I don’t think I could resist the temptation. Somehow or another this would not end happily. Sooner or later she’d get mad and either kill me or leave me. If the latter I would be devasted… and after recovering would probably spend the rest of my life trying to figure out how to do it again.

    Mark Newman

    So would I. Which, by the way, was part of the premise for my story What I Want.



    I’d definitely use it on my significant other. I am not that strong, first of all, so she wouldn’t be uncontrollably strong to the world like a girl in a story. Second, she has a strong dominant side, and would love it as much as myself πŸ™‚


    In the real world, 99% of women don’t WANT to be strong and muscular. Really, they don’t. If they all wanted to, then there’d be a lot more female muscle in the world because so many go to the gym and only use the treadmills and stationary bikes etc because they don’t want to use machines that will give them muscles.

    I suppose that if you could make the wish more subtle, that the girl would suddenly get a desire for muscles that she would act on my working out, and it would take several months for the muscularity to take effect, I’d answer yes. But I don’t think that was the question.


    In the real world, 99% of women don’t WANT to be strong and muscular. Really, they don’t.

    People often don’t pursue things they crave because it’s socially taboo, or taboo in their family. A big chunk of the human race craves power, and I’m not convinced either that the desire is very much less among women than men, or that the physical manisfestion of power (strength) is itself less pleasing to women than men.

    Women want strength, too. Increasingly it’s considered acceptable for women to pursue "strength", but there’s a lot of stigma against muscle. I think it’s fading, though.

    Anthony Durrant

    Add ‘mother’ to the list and I’ll tell you! πŸ™‚

    Mark Newman

    OK. I am, by this post, adding "mother".

    Now, do tell me! I am curious.



    Making women twice as muscular as I might be a downgrade in many cases, so it could serve as a potent weapon. 😳

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