People might think guys don't worry about their looks. Guys may not talk about their bodies as much as girls do. But they spend plenty of time in front of the mirror. And for some guys, body image can be a problem. Body image is the way you think and feel about your body and looks. How you feel about your body affects how you feel about yourself. Many people feel unhappy with some part of their looks. But if you get too focused on what you don't like, it can bring down your self-esteem. You don't need a perfect body to have a good body image. You just need to accept the body you have.
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Male body image is an important topic. Just as the average female runway model has gotten thinner, the average male Playgirl model has gotten thinner and more muscular. Boys are feeling the pressure to look like the media images they see, sometimes with dangerous consequences. What is the perfect male body? If you watch TV or read a magazine, it's clear what is considered an ideal body for a man. Throw in a narrow waist and large shoulders, giving the body a V-shaped torso, and you have the idealized male body. Where are our boys getting these ideas? Although there is not nearly enough research on this issue, some researchers are examining the messages our boys are getting. Men's bodies are being used more often to sell products-—products often unrelated to the body or personal care.
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The teenage boy who brutally murdered mother-of-two Lindsay Birbeck before hiding her body in a bin and burying it in a cemetery has been named as Rocky Marciano Price. Price pleaded guilty to assisting in the disposal of her body but claimed he played no role in her death. Jurors took less than three hours to unanimously find the year-old guilty at Perston Crown Court yesterday. Appearing by video link, he showed no emotion when the foreman read out the verdicts. Ms Birbeck, a teaching assistant, was discovered by a dog walker 12 days after she was reported missing by her family. She was last seen on August 12, when she left her home in Accrington for a late afternoon walk to a nearby wooded area known as the Coppice. Two hours after the murder, the youth, who was 16 at the time, was seen on CCTV calmly emerging bare chested onto a street with wet knees and his tracksuit unzipped. After finding a quiet and secluded area near the railway line, he then spent over an hour burying Mrs Birbeck before leaving a yellow-handled saw, green gloves and the wheelie bin at the scene.
A year-old boy has been jailed for life for the murder of a mother-of-two whose body he buried in a shallow grave at a Lancashire cemetery. Rocky Marciano Price attacked teaching assistant Lindsay Birbeck as she took an afternoon walk in woods near her home in Accrington last summer. The year-old's remains were found wrapped in two plastic bags in Accrington Cemetery on 24 August last year - 12 days after she went missing. Price was named for the first time on Thursday after reporting restrictions covering his anonymity were lifted by a judge. The teenager from Accrington - who was 16 at the time he killed - had been on the prowl in the woods for lone females and is thought to have murdered Mrs Birbeck shortly after she entered the area, known as the Coppice. She died from neck injuries inflicted by either stamping or kicking or kneeling on the front of the neck, a Home Office pathologist told jurors at Preston Crown Court. Price was convicted of her murder after a jury unanimously rejected his account that a mystery man had offered him a large cash reward if he disposed of a body. Sentencing Price to life with a minimum of 16 years in prison, Mrs Justice Yip said: "The attack was swift and brutal. If it had not been Lindsay Birbeck, it could have been someone else. Mrs Birbeck's teenage daughter Sarah has said it was "unforgivable" that her killer had not admitted his guilt and spared her family the pain of a trial, saying their lives had been "completely ruined".