They really should be on this. I get why they didn’t want to include the traditional chiseled model but scrawny guys aren’t that. Yes. Having known quite a few skinny guys, including my fiance, I know that being very thin is something that some are self-conscious about. I think my fiance is so handsome, and I love his long lean body, but no amount of compliments will make him think he’s attractive. Truly they are disgusting and should not be photographed. Right up there with me and Good Quality LGBT Mutant And Proud Pin On Xmen Shirt my ilk, who are known to outsiders as “the chinless”.
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You know, times were tough. I was unemployed, I was still heart-broken over you, I’ve lost a good fifty pounds. But as you can see I put all that weight right back on. Feel how fat my buttocks are. Yeah, it’s crazy. Touch it. It’s like a warm pumpkin. Exactly what I was thinking if you want to make a post about male body positivity include everyone. None of those guy’s ribs are showing! Lol, I was kinda thinking this. I don’t really care about Good Quality LGBT Mutant And Proud Pin On Xmen Shirt it at all but this image of ‘inclusiveness’ seems to miss out like the two or three body types that make men most self-conscious.
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The two guys on the left are the only two who aren’t overweight or obese (and the second dude is probably close though). It’s not about positivity, it’s about being healthy, and a high BMI is straight-up one of the worst things for men. I’m anorexic skinny and I don’t feel represented (I’m not anorexic) just really skinny. In anorexic skinny and Good Quality LGBT Mutant And Proud Pin On Xmen Shirt I don’t feel represented (I’m not anorexic) just really skinny.