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I will not attempt to explain in any acute detail the pressure among modern gay men to stay gym-fit, fresh-skinned and bright-eyed, but suffice to say those who age badly and fatten up may feel the process a pretty rum do. And for White Van Man, gone are the days of lumpen TV presenters like Saint and Greavsie, replaced by the toned, tanned likes of Gary Lineker. To the casual onlooker, Ant and Dec, Dermot O'Leary and Vernon Kay do not appear to own one spare ounce of fat among them. Britain has ushered in an era of No Carbs Until Marbs lads holidays and made dozens of Geordie Shore bodybuilding berks into household names. All Marks & Spencer undies must be proffered beside a brooding poster of David Gandy. There is no room on Instagram, on Sky Sports News or on the Brits red carpet for male pattern baldness, short legs, chubby bellies or thin thighs. The modern man is as starved of normal as his female counterpart. He is as equally as sad about his salt and pepper hair and lack of six pack, as I am about my boobs which appeared to stop speaking to each other post-30. The next logical step to improve national body image positivity, following the Loose Women shoot will be a cast of male TV stars, shot only in baggy underpants in harsh sunlight. I suggest Huw Edwards, Richard Osman, Rylan Clark-Neal and Ian Beale off EastEnders.
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