As a kid growing up in the 80s, body image wasn’t something discussed by men. No one ever said, ‘My legs are so skinny. Like two little twigs. I wish they were more like yours.’ Or, ‘I don’t feel comfortable taking my shirt off at the beach, I mean, ugh, look at me’. 

You’d never speak about your body image down at the pub. In fact, to do so would somehow make you vain and vulnerable. Less masculine.

That fear of speaking out has hindered real, meaningful conversations about self-esteem and body positivity for men.

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