Of course I've heard about this magazine, but I've actually never looked at it before. Holy shit. That magazine is a rag. Have you seen this so-called swim suit edition? Half of the swim suits are painted on (really) and a few times girls are wearing a wool scarf that cover their nether regions or a mesh half shirt thingy. I'm always looking for new ways to wear my scarves and somehow I'd missed this on Pinterest!
|Who knew a scarf was so versatile? It keeps your neck warm and you keeps you modestly covered at the beach!|
Looking at page after glossy page of nearly naked women really got me angry.
Where's our swim suit edition? It's so unfair. You go to any R-rated movie and you see boobs and bush, but you're lucky to glimpse the male star's tush. I went to Magic Mike and I had to endure a bunch of "I love you mans" and sweaty bro hugs just so I could barely glimpse a prosthetic penis and watch Channing Tatum gyrate in a baggy pair of sweats. So not cool!
"What gives?" I asked the Hubs.
"You get underwear ads," he said. Then he explained to me that the naked female form is more attractive than the naked male form.
I don't doubt that, but still, it's not fair! If the girls have to show theirs, then the men should too!
I'm ready to find a magazine at the library that is a swim suit edition where the men shave their balls and have them painted to look like bananas laying limply across their leg. Or see the men lounging on a beach wearing nothing but a mesh marble sack.