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It seems to be the other way around for women, with a study finding that lesbian women reported less body dissatisfaction than heterosexual women. Inthe International Journal of Eating Disorders found that gay or bisexual men were fhick times more likely than straight men to have body image issues.
In a gay club, the picture is similar, but turbo-charged. Those feelings can lead to a lack of acceptance for ourselves, which le to an unhealthy fixation with our appearance. They go for two hours in the morning and two in the evening.
When it comes to appearance, gay men hold themselves - and one another - to far more exacting standards. Part of the obsession some gay men have with their appearance definitely comes from seeking validation. There are so many products.
They look past your sexual orientation. It definitely affects people negatively. A Grindr user agreed.
I spoke to a few men anonymously about this on Grindr. Hair spray, mousse, wet-look gel and powder promising that tousled surfer look.
But it seems to be more of a problem in the gay community. I came out when I was 15 years old.
Body image is an issue for many men, regardless of sexuality. David also thinks the LGBT community is judgmental about appearance.
The link between lack of acceptance and body image bjg true for David. Often, the queue to wash your hands is endlessly drawn out by people preening in the mirror. Todd argued that homosexuality is often accompanied by feelings of shame stemming from a lack of acceptance in society. According to the lesbian blogger Denise Warner, "women are more accepting of body flaws, possibly because they're so aware of the sexism in mainstream media" when it comes bjg promoting unattainable beauty standards.