What is unexpected, however, is when I cannot bend Google image search to my will. Google image search is nothing if not my biatch. And so it pains me to admit that when, earlier, in an attempt to proffer one Ms Serena Williams as the perfect example of "above average amount of muscle, average-to-above average amount of fat" (and, not incidentally, as an example of "OMG, what a freaking gorgeous body") this was the first pic I posted up:
This led to comments that while, yes, Serena looks hot as $&@*!*!&!*!! in that photo, she also looks lean. Fair enough. That *is* Serena looking her leanest. I countered with this:
Serena with gorgeous muscles. Also boobs, a tiny bit of fat on her belly, and (what is to me) a very normal amount of thigh fat. She looks like she has *a normal amount of bodyfat* for a woman here, not a below-average amount. And because it overlies a shit ton of muscle, she looks--to me, at least--stunning.
I was told this picture looks photoshopped. Well, yeah. It's from a magazine photo shoot. Of course it's photoshopped. I don't see how that changes that she has a.) muscle to die for b.) a healthy but normal amount of bodyfat and c.) a gorgeous body.
So how about this?