Men are starting to develop body image disorders because they believe they don’t have enough muscles. Fashion and the media, which have long caused women to hate their bodies because they’re not as thin as models and movie stars, are now affecting men, too. They’re developing a condition called muscle dysmorphia (MD), which affects men who, despite being highly muscular, still see themselves as skinny weaklings. This causes them to work out more and more, sometimes taking dangerous steroids, in order to become the size and shape they think they should be.
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