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A female gym junkie has revealed how she now looks like a man after developing a steroid addiction which mutated her body. Candice Armstrong, who used to be a pretty blonde, has been left with stubble, broad shoulders and a one-inch penis, after using the drug in a desperate attempt to improve her shape. The former London barmaid said her nightmare began two years ago when she joined a gym to improve her physique. Armstong, who suffers from body dysmorphia, revealed she would work out for three hours a day and was convinced her upper body was too slender. When a fellow gym fanatic suggested using steroids, she went for it, but soon developed an addiction to daily doses of the steroid Trenbolone.
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Female bodybuilding is the female component of competitive bodybuilding. The modern iteration of the sport originated in the late s. Female bodybuilding originally developed as an outgrowth of not only the late nineteenth-century European vaudeville and circus strongwomen acts, Bernarr Macfadden 's turn of the century women's physique competitions, and the weightlifting of Abbye "Pudgy" Stockton , but also as an outgrowth of the men's bodybuilding. The contest formats of men's events during the s to the mids had often been supplemented with either a women's beauty contest or bikini show. These shows "had little to do with women's bodybuilding as we know it today, but they did serve as beginning or, perhaps more properly, as a doormat for the development of future bodybuilding shows.
If the University of Minnesota gets its way, weightlifters around the country will soon be ogling posters showing a man with breasts and depicting a woman with what appear to be male genitals. Fallon, whose Minneapolis-based advertising agency, Fallon McElligott, created the posters. Lifters and other athletes use steroids, banned in most competitions, to increase muscle bulk or enhance performance. Creators of the posters say steroid users run a greater risk of suffering such long-term side effects as cancer of the liver and hardening of the arteries than some of the sexual problems shown in the posters. But they said the gross depictions of sexual dysfunction, another proven side effect of the drugs, might have more shock value with youngsters and college students than the dry written warnings issued by some medical and sports organizations. The posters definitely do that. One shows a stocky woman with an obvious masculine characteristic. Another poster displays a pair of naked breasts and reads, ''The obscene thing is, this is a man.