It’s due time to shift at least some of our focus to the increasing problem of physical expectations of men. American culture dictates the man of men to be refined, handsome, and especially muscular. Anything less and you’re cast off as unattractive and, in part, unsuitable for sex.
Men are beginning to show the effects of just as much stress and anxiety as young women battling advertising and physical standards. Why isn’t our focus on being healthy instead of being hung? Why aren’t we making sure we educate our children about sexual development, instead of letting them believe girls have to be big-breasted powerhouses and boys have to be macho, womanizing machines?
I think we’re beginning to regret the messages we’ve been sending for the past several decades. The more we try to make men and women perfect, the more people are starting to realize the implications that has for a growing population of children. We’re major catalysts in the propulsion of problems with sexuality.