Sunday, August 30, 2015

Female Arm Fetish part 3

Indian Female Arms.

HOT! Looking Indian Girls with very nice soft sexy looking Arms.

A Nice Shapely looking Arm, with some SEXY looking upper MUSCLE tone!

Nice & Sexy, just look at those sexy looking veins in her forearms!

Not all Indian girls arms are soft, there are those that like having STRONG SEXY MUSCULAR ARMS as well, here are some HOT looking Indian girls FLEXING!


FLEX the GUNS Girls!


Female Indian Girls Arm Wrestling. 

Who will be the winner?

Stronger then the male.


Female Indian Arm getting ready for a NEEDLE stick, very nice SEXY looking veins too!


Saturday, August 1, 2015

INJECTION Girl for the month of July, 2015

Our INJECTION Girl for this month!

She's Cute, STRONG & TOUGH! Look at how she watches the NEEDLE going in her SEXY ARM!

Stay SEXY & HOT Girls!


Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Female Arm Fetish part 2

I Love Female ARMS!

Well, this fetish isn't very common amongst men, but I have a crazy fetish for female arms, upper arms, and shoulder area as well. I really fantasize about them. My favorite arms can't be too skinny nor fat, but nice, thick, juicy arms. I get instantly horny when I see a chick wearing a tank top that’s showing her gorgeous thick arms. I thought about asking a chick with nice arms for an "arm job" (having the female rub her sexy thick arms on my bare naked private area). I would love to meet a female that would totally understand my fetish.

From an Unknown Male.

For all you Males of all ages, here are some nice SEXY looking Female ARMS!


Oh My My!

She you next time,  XOXO    INJECTION GIRLS!

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Female Arm Fetish part 1

The Arm Fetish



THE ARM. Framed by a frayed cutoff T-shirt. Glimpsed through cutouts in a Donna Karan sleeve. Pumped up and poised over the handlebars of a motorcycle in a Calvin Klein ad. Straining, as breasts used to against a satin bodice. A bicep pushes a subtle power message against a well-starched Oxford cloth sleeve. A raised arm reveals an age-defying tricep. Reaching. Pushing. On display.
Consider the arm of the moment, the one that fashion is obsessed with baring and framing. Post Pumping Iron. The long, rippling, name-every-part-of-it arm. Somewhere between Marilyn Monroe and Madonna.
The sculptured body is now the foundation of fashion. And the arm is the advance man for the rest of the form.
Read between its lines. Between the deltoids, biceps, triceps and forearm flexors is a tale of priorities and perseverance, competence, strength, pride. The arm on MTV, poised in a Safari ad for Ralph Lauren, swinging from a sleeveless Gap T-shirt isn't pumped or clenched. It is sinewy and outstretched, relaxed and yearning, like the arm Michelango gave Adam. But what is it reaching for?
"Self-determination," said Radu, who trains Calvin Klein and Cindy Crawford and owns Radu's Physical Culture studio in Manhattan.
"Discipline and power," said Pasquale Manocchia, a personal trainer whose clients include Madonna. "I don't know which came first, the clothes to show the arms or the arms that were worth showing. But women don't want size. They want visibility. Men want a little size, but too much is too much."
Excess bicep is currently as suspect as a $5,000 designer suit. The arm of the moment is not the arm that started it all in 1970: Arnold Schwarzenegger's, with a bicep pumped up to 22 inches.
That freakish bulge is anathema to the gurus of arm-sculpturing today. But it had a Horatio Alger appeal.
"People aren't born with arms like that, they make them," said George Butler, producer and director of the "Pumping Iron" films.
Self-determination still glows from arms like a healthy sweat. "People get turned on by the self-made aspect of arms," said Sharon Schrage, who recently designed a line of greeting cards called "In Fitness and in Health." One card features arms, just arms -- male arms, female arms, black arms, white arms, arms without bodies or heads, arms pumping hand weights.
After "Terminator 2," said Madge Thompson, a trainer at Manhattan Plaza Health Club who won the women's heavyweight class of the Eastern Metropolis Body Building Championship last week in Manhattan, "every woman who came to me wanted Linda Hamilton arms." A year later, the desired form has changed: "Men and women alike are looking for real subtle definition."
Before winning the current title, Ms. Thompson reduced her muscle mass by 13 pounds. Even Mr. Schwarzenneger is said to have downsized his look.
The switch parallels a larger cultural shift. "That pumped-up esthetic has nothing to do with performance or usefulness," said Mr. Manocchia. "It's like armor. A show. It hides the person and it doesn't do anything."
Not exactly a 90's kind of resume.
Tony Jones, a Ford model who appears in advertisements for Gillette, Ford Motor Company and Jordache jeans, was personally affected by the shift in arm esthestics. Two years ago he had 16-inch biceps, which, he said, started to make people nervous.
"They didn't want the attitude that goes with the arms, the pump-pump-pump, the me-me-me," he said. Like Mr. Schwarzenegger and Ms. Thompson, Mr. Jones put his biceps on a diet. "Clothes hang real well on me now," he said, "but feeling them hang makes me feel insecure."
He misses the press of a cuffed sleeve against his biceps, the tightness of a couture jacket across his back.
"An exposed arm is sexy without being vulgar," said Audrey Campigotto, the manager of Emporio Armani. She was surrounded by mannequins wearing sleeveless silk blouses.
Marc Snyder, who manufactures textiles in New York, was browsing in the store. A toned arm promises a back, he said. A side effect of arm toning is that it also shapes muscles in the shoulders, upper back, neck and chest -- muscles worthy of being framed by spaghetti straps, scoop necks, vests, corsets, halters.
"MEN have a thing for it," said Laura Cohen, a 24-year-old law student from Brooklyn as she bought five sleeveless T-shirts at the Gap in Herald Square last week. "I always work my arms out first," she said.
Karen Lee, an actress in "Hibiscus" at La MaMa, began developing her arms last year and started wearing "tank tops and sleeveless shirts constantly." It's the achievement she's showing off, not the arms.
"Hey, I'm 5-foot-2," she said. "I'm scrawny and I've got Madonna arms. I did it."
But "doing it" -- creating the girth -- is just the beginning. On billboards, on MTV, downtown after midnight, we don't see static, sculptured arms. We see limbs in motion.
"Not that dead, pumped-up muscle mass," Radu said. "Muscle now has to say life. Beauty now is muscle that moves -- living, active, graceful tissue, like a cobra."
The muscle of the moment must not be confused with the blue-collar James Dean arm, the bicep under the rolled-up-sleeve-with-the-cigarette-pack kind of arm. Paulina's softly shadowed bicep on the cover of the current Cosmopolitan hints of usefulness. Chosen -- not endured -- travail.

Why are Guys into FEMALE ARMS?


Do you have an arm fetish? 


I know its weird, but man I get really excited when I see a girls arms. I 'm not into feet but a the reflection of light shimmering off a girls arms turns me on. I love it when they have just those little fine hairs on the arm, mmm delicious! Does anyone else have an arm fetish? It sucks cause when I'm in class I see all these girls arms and then I start thinking horny thoughts.
Best Answer

I have an arm fetish. I like to look at girls arms too. I don't think it is a bad fetish because at least it is something you get to see every day. It is really not that bad. Good luck.

Other Answers (2)

Gwennie B answered 6 years ago
I totally dig arms, too! I swear I have a forearm fetish, for both guys and girls, especially if they're hairy. Yum.

I'm sure you've seen this site?
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Javed Iqbal answered 6 years ago
May Allah protect us all from devilish thoughts. Amen!