The movie Too Big for the World is about female bodybuilding. It is something not too many people are familiar with. Within the history of sports, men have always dominated athletics since they began in this world. Bodybuilding is no different. All major contests have eliminated the women’s division, which leaves us with very few sponsorships and limited prize money to earn a living as a professional athlete. The Wings of Strength federation has fortunately provided us with the only opportunity to pursue our passion of competing on stage. This documentary visually displays specific struggles of competitive female bodybuilders who are a dying breed. In my opinion, society does not accept women with large muscles.
Since bodybuilding requires the majority of my life working out in a gym at this professional level, it is difficult to obtain a typical full-time job. Most female bodybuilders, whether they are amateurs, or don’t compete at all, partake in some form of modeling business. Some, but not all, get paid to take their clothes off. We are limited to a small group of muscle fetish websites because our content is not attractive to your typical pornography consumer. If I were to make a documentary, it would be about my self-made entrepreneurial skills that provide consistent income via webcam, selling X-rated content and snapchat memberships. It would also expose secrets that most women in this sport are too embarrassed to reveal. The side effects of building muscle mass on a feminine frame can be unforgiving. We choose to be one step away from becoming transgender by taking the necessary hormones to compete successfully. It is nearly impossible for a woman to build a sizeable amount of significant muscle without the aid of steroids.
These qualities are universal and irreversible. Most people would be intrigued by the fact that I gained twenty-five pounds of muscle in only ten weeks while maintaining ripped abs. I turn heads in public when they hear the tone of my voice as it projects from this lipstick-covered mouth. The body is so resilient that my freakishly large clitoris has grown even bigger within this past year of competing. I like to call it my “money-maker” because it remains to be the main focus of private webcam shows. Sometimes I use a clit-pump, stroke it like a hard cock, or flex my veiny clit with amazing muscle control skills.
Some of the other harsh consequences of injecting male hormones into a body of either sex are unwanted hair growth and acne. I look like the infamous bearded lady before getting waxed after spending thousands of dollars on laser-hair-removal services that were unsuccessful! I have also gone through months of painful Accutane treatments but still suffer from cystic acne whether I am on drugs or not because it runs in my family. These are things that cause negative judgments by the average person who is ignorant to our bodybuilding lifestyle. It is common for men to go bald however when female bodybuilders’ hair starts thinning from anti-estrogens they are forced to wear wigs. After sacrificing our feminine identity for the sport that we love, at the very least, provide a stage for us to compete on. Give respectful credit to our hard working ethics and stop the harassing comments on social media. Everyone deserves to live a liberating life and pursue his or her dreams. Check out the movie trailer for Too Big for the World and support female bodybuilding. Photos by Dan Kennedy and EG Pro Photo.