Men, Eating Disorders, and Chasing Impossible Perfection

Esther Marí

By Z Zoccolante Sex sells, regardless of gender. Men, like women, are objectified. I've had more than one friend remind me of how a guy's dancing turns them on because it mimics how hot they'd be between the sheets. Hips don't lie, right? Still, we enjoy living in fantasy worlds. We like the escape. It's common for couples to … [Read more...]

Body Dysmorphic Disorder: What it Looks Like

Shattered Image--My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder by Brian Cuban

by Brian Cuban, Contributor I first began to see my body reflection differently in my teens.  I was the victim of fat shaming at home and weight bullying/teasing in school including a physical assault. When I looked in the mirror or saw my reflection in a store window, I had an overwhelming feeling that I had this grotesque … [Read more...]

Michael Jackson: Another Victim of the Fame Game


"I don't trip off of being a celebrity. I don't trust it. I don't like it. Cuz one minute they all love you and the next thing you know you dancing on the top of a car in the front of a court house trying to figure out wtf happened to you."- Dave Chappelle in a stand up bit on fame and Michael Jackson. While millions of fans … [Read more...]