Do men want to look better for themselves or because the media tells them they should?
You can skip the gym and buy six-pack abs instead. But the less common ones might make you squirm. — In our never-ending quest to look good for others, more and more men are getting plastic surgery. Hair replacement and Botox are just the beginning. Stay tuned for bicep implants, scrotal ironing (ouch), voice-deepening surgery,…
For a man to live. Authentically and without shame. Is that too much to ask?
To use her own words, Joan Rivers “succeeded by saying what everyone else is thinking.”
There’s something wrong with a society where a child’s life could be significantly improved by altering their appearance, but the right or wrongness isn’t really the question here. Instead, I’m wondering if this was a practical, workable and available solution to you when you were a child, would you have taken it?
The clock is ticking, but with it comes opportunities.
“We need to stop expecting other women to help us just because we’re women, too.”
Want the “truth” about breaking news stories like Lance Armstrong’s PED confession and the Manti Te’o affair? Oliver Lee Bateman argues that there isn’t any to be discovered.
Tom Matlack joined a round table discussion of issues related to his controversial opinion piece.
Who are we to judge what someone else decides to do to her own face or body?
Does self-image ultimately determine how the body will perform?
What would it take for you to have genital cosmetic surgery?
Justin Cascio wants to know: Is it okay to show my scars?
More men are having liposuction, Botox injections, laser hair removal, and other cosmetic procedures.
Kyle Carpenter’s body remains unaltered until he can embrace the permanence of the experience.
James Elliot’s tastes have matured along with him. Here, he talks about what’s so sexy about women his own age.