I have a whole bunch of them from having gained a bunch of weight about 7 years ago.... since losing it they are all white now... and well.... I've been dating more now than ever and no guy has ever even mentioned them never mind been held back by them
NO! many love women with stretchmarks and cellulite too, mind you. Its part of the beauty of a woman!<br />
Hey many men have stretchmarks too.
If they do than it makes them an insensitive jerk.
I've asked Ste and he says he thinks women are more bothered than men about it - he agrees with dubious one. Also (and he's scored brownie points here & he knows it, lol), he says that a few little silver lines are a small price to pay for three gorgeous kids. I'm not too keen on them, obviously, but never notice other people's - he could have a point about it being more a worry for us girls.<br />
As for those fellas who're weird about perfection - good luck keeping a girl more than a week - one day they might burp & it'll be all over!
Im with Tarquino.... If they care, they wont matter, if they want a booty call, they wont matter either. If they matter, the guy has problems.<br />
If they bother you and you want to try to shrink them, take a big flax oil or fish oil capsule every day for about 6 months. When I was preggo, I started to get one on each boob, took the flax, and not only did those go away, I did not get any more at the age of 35...
I do not.
The woman inside is more important to me than the stretch marks on the outside.
Nope who cares
Every stretch mark has a story behind it
lol Butterin the muffin. That's a new one on me.
Only tossers. <br />
(butterin' the muffin'? Mary, please!)
I think it all depends on the man. Some might not care but then you might have some that would be like,"eww..gross" cause they like their women perfect. <br />
It can be a yes or no question I guess.
Not really, seen it both ways, not really sure I care either way. It never impacted my ability to get close.
only if the fat that caused them is still there
Some guys do, some guys don't. I don't see why they would care though...it's part of life and is kind of unavoidable.