Body positivity is definitely "in" right now, but usually women champion this movement. Now men are getting in on it, too.
Many are taking to social media to show that they take pride in their size, despite society’s standards, and even the high-fashion world is following along. Troy Solomon, a husky fashion Instagrammer says, "The message is ‘everyone deserves to love themselves, feel great and express themselves through style.;" Fellow Instagrammer Kelvin Davis agrees, adding, "[Male body positivity has] brought light on the fact men have emotions, care about the way they look and want to feel a sense of self-worth." As the momentum builds among body-positive men, brands have taken notice and are using it for more-inclusive marketing.
In February, Dolce & Gabbana held a runway show in Milan featuring 140 men and women of all shapes, ages and colors. In 2016, IMG launched Brawn, a plus-sized male division. (Fox)