A popular V-Blogger sounds off on the concept of the “dad bod.” He has a point. Sort of.
Joe Doe wants you to start the year off by seeing what you really are. Look at yourself in the mirror. — “What an ugly beast is the ape, and how like us.” Cicero (106–43B.C) To see yourself as you are, you must see yourself as you really are. There’s nothing worse than looking […]
Many men struggle with eating disorders and hate looking in the mirror. Others feel pressured to have the perfect body.
Sami Jankins discusses male body image and how Hollywood perfection is overrated.
To the men who think women are here for your personal pleasure—they’re not. — Women are beautiful. It can be flattering to be noticed and appreciated by men, and even other women. All women to some extent want to be desired. We want to feel noticed. We want to be seen. We want to feel […]
Body acceptance is the first step to taking better care of your body—while looking out for your mental and emotional health. Alison Tedford takes to the bells. — Michele Burmaster is the owner of Surf City Fit Club, so she is no stranger to people coming to her, asking for advice on how to […]
Bronzer? Six-packs? Hair waving in the fake breeze? Nope. None of those here.
A group of men open up about the impossible standards of masculinity imposed by the media.
Olivia Joyce believes that woman should have the choice of whether to show off their body or not. What do you think?
I’ll cut my hair when the hair when the war is over
Sometimes, accepting your body is really hard.
Girls can grow up loving or hating their bodies. It’s up to us as parents to help them love themselves.
Already skeptical about the need for annual class pictures in a modern world, Brian Gawlak reacts to the new ‘photoshop’ option.
After embracing the ‘Dad Bod’ craze and how it made him feel, Scotty Schrier explores the importance and necessity of a ‘Mom Bod’ craze.
Those lines around women’s eyes? The men August McLaughlin interviewed said, “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”
Sex. That three-letter word holds so much and can be so powerful. Tracee Dunblazier knows this and offers her help in finding balance in your relationship.