The ‘Perfect Male Body’ Has Changed A Lot In The Last Decade

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 The ‘Perfect Male Body’ Has Changed A Lot In The Last Decade


As if women weren’t putting enough pressure on themselves to maintain a slender figure, men were placed in pretty much the same situation in 2010. Yes, thin was very much in at the beginning of the decade. Many magazine covers at the time were plastered with images of skinny actors and actresses, and the media had a big influence on how young men were looking at themselves in the mirror.



According to The Guardian, an estimated 25 percent of men were suffering from an eating disorder that year compared to 10 percent of men in 1990. On top of that, a study published in JAMA Pediatrics even stated that “rates of eating- and weight-related disorders are probably underestimated among males.”   Korean Beauty - 👸 💋 Descubre todo sobre el ritual de belleza coreana y los mejores productos de cosmetica coreana del mercado Korean Beauty



David Gandy, a successful muscular model, admitted that he was having trouble getting gigs around the outset of the decade. “No one wanted the big guys. It was all the skinny, androgynous look,” he told The Guardian. “People would look at me very, very strangely when I went to castings.” However, this trend didn’t last long into the new decade.



If you are struggling with an eating disorder, or know someone who is, help is available. Visit the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) website or contact NEDA’s Live Helpline at 1-800-931-2237. You can also receive 24/7 Crisis Support via text (text NEDA to 741741).





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