body shame

bmm banner.jpg We still have bodily shame deeply entrenched within society, and - like all problems - the longer we do nothing to fix it, the harder doing so will become. When none of us know what is normal and all of us hide ourselves away, it's not a surprise that many men end up uncomfortable with their own sexuality.
A woman has spoken out about a time she thought she was being body shamed, only to realise it was all in her imagination
My horribly X-rated ear came about while sprucing myself for a night out. I made the rookie error of popping in earrings - which had the subtlety and restraint of The Phantom of the Opera's crashing chandelier - before aggressively combing the knots out of my newly-washed barnet.
It was in March of this year when Jenny Block, celebrated author of Open: Love, Sex and Life in an Open Marriage, wrote a
Recently it's become apparent to me the 'skinny talk' is becoming commonplace as 'fat talk.' It seems any type of 'body shaming' is totally acceptable and rarely challenged. Is it about time we end this kind of talk altogether, for good?