I have a slight aggravation that I need to let out. I think some people assume that men don't have body issues. Men have problems just like women. Well minus the breast thing, but I personally know men who worry about their hair (One for sure, spends more money on his hair than most women spend on make-up), teeth, abs (or lack there of), skin (acne), and yeah penis size. But I think some assume that since they don't hear about it constantly that it's not an issue. Most men have been taught, I assume half by their fathers and half society, that they aren't supposed to be emotional about things like that, a taboo if you will. I really believe if it was more of a gender accepted emotion for men we would hear about it more. EVERYBODY has issues with their body!! Women can do the exact same thing that they accuse men of. "Oh they always look at those skinny models, they want someone with a small waist and big boobs". Well women do the same thing "Wow that actor is hot, look at his 6 pack!!" It hurts womens feelings and it hurts men's feelings.
Some Links To read:
Male Body Issues
Male Body Image
Question: What do you think? Do you think men have issues or that they're not as important as women's body problems?