Talk of appearances leads Donald D’Haene to discover his friends’ inner beauty.
Why is it okay to be cruel to conservative men?
Greg White learns the hard way after liposuction: Quick, painless solutions to long festering problems are the stuff of campaign promises, not physical reality.
There are two types of guys—bank walkers, as they say in Texas, are guys who are unashamed about their nakedness. Drew Diaz on the man code and gym culture.
How Peter Ross got over his presumptions about the gym, and made one of the best decisions of his life.
In his search for an image, Christopher Banks found himself.
Do you have to look the part to be a “real man”? Turner Wright questions his body type.
What does it mean that the popular image of the male dominant is a paragon of sadistic power?
Danny concludes the Body Image series with a summary.
Thomas Fewer asked GMP readers four questions about gay culture, men, and body image. Here’s what you told him.
Joanna Schroeder investigates the prevalence and causes of the increasing numbers of boys and men battling eating disorders, as well as the social stigma associated with what was once thought to be a “girls’ disease.”
Eating disorders and negative body image are problems for men, also.
Danny photographs himself regularly, in order to see himself as he really appears.
Ex-gay and Christian weight loss ministries freight the body with sin.
Kaleb learns to look in the mirror for affirmation.
Is it possible to actually become a shadow of your former self?