The ‘body positive’ movement is almost exclusively centred on — and championed by — women.
The likes of Tess Holliday, Lena Dunham and Robyn Lawley are doing a great job of encouraging women to appreciate their bodies, and spreading the message that your clothing size shouldn’t dictate the way you feel about yourself (despite what the fashion industry and society in general would have you believe).
Men, on the other hand, haven’t really had a particularly vocal or visible proponent of body diversity or self-love.
Yes, this is probably because women tend to bear the brunt of society’s strict, often unrealistic standards of beauty. Yet men are faced with pressure to look a certain way, too — and “plus size” model Zach Miko is determined to call it out.