You meet a man that has a nice looking body and a big chest, you instantly think; this man must be working out.
You could be wrong actually. It could as well be a chest implant, breast enlargement.
Because nowadays you cannot even trust a man to be totally himself without having done .
These days the surgeons offer plastic implants for men as well as for women.
This procedure is also called Male Pectoral Implants.
Basically what they do is to insert solid silicone under the chest muscle. It is the fluid silicone that is used for women.
I can agree that this can help skinny men with a small chest but I can't say I'm very fond of the idea of a man having implants.
It is so common for women these days that we think it's totally 'normal'. We forget to accept ourselves, because we can have plastic surgery and change it.
"In the past, a man's masculinity and strength were explicit and his role in society clearly defined," he said. "Now men may feel the need to exhibit masculinity on a more explicit level through their physical appearance." Brian Kassar.
Is that it? The man is feeling less masculine?
Well there are other options out there actually. What about using a gel or cream instead?
If you are not sure these things work it might be better to test before having an implant.
I recommend dealing with your self image and spend some extra time in the gym doing chest exercises.
Do you think it's OK for men to have implants? Maybe you know a man that has had the surgery done?