New Male Mannequins May Increase Anorexia In Men

Mannequins have been changing with the times becoming unrealistically skinny, which may fuel anorexia in men:

“Guys have to deal with unrealistic body images too, only we don’t get to go on Oprah and vent. But maybe we should come out, now that a mannequin called the “Homme Nouveau” is coming to a store near you.

Let me back up a sec before I deal with the mannequin, that swine. When I was growing up, all my pals wanted muscles like bodybuilders Charles Atlas and B-movie actor Steve Reeves. When Reeves flexed his arms in Hercules Unchained, it was as if pythons were moving under his skin.”

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