Brands like pigeon and habitation have already begun screening un-retouched, non-model feminine bodies in their advertisements, a small step in the direction of body positivity. But what would ads featuring "normal men" looking like? A photo shoot from an English paper sought to opine just that.
When it comes to grooming, men have followed the lead of women in recent years, and opted for a filum free body. Lady lawns are progressively manicured and man rugs ever-dwindling. in that location is no attaint in a man admitting to covering or shaving these days, preferring a bright torso to a canescent chest. Nothing wrong with a bit of a neat up but men stripping themselves of all maleness entirely seems a waste.