Male makeup is set to be the next big beauty trend, but what impact will this have on men's self-esteem?
Western societies are obsessed with body image – and it's stopping self-improvement.
The 'bikini bridge' may have been a hoax, but its damage to women's body image was real, demonstrating yet again the disturbing set of pressures social media places on young women.,
With the recent death of Hugh Hefner, come questions about his impact on sexual culture: Did his empire broaden the sexual landscape or did it usher in a pitiful era of objectification of women?
Banning retouched images of models is a step forward, but the fashion industry's attitude to beauty needs to change.
But you wouldn't know it to look at a newspaper.
Are dating apps destroying men's self-esteem?
If female mannequins were alive, they would be dangerously underweight.
A complex issue requires sensitive techniques.
Unlike Beyoncé, a group of Australian women documenting their own pregnancies captured mundane images of track pants, barren wardrobes and self-portraits in a bathroom mirror.
Images of attractive celebrities, friends and acquaintances on social media affect women's body image and mood, new research shows. But what can we do about it?
Nakedness has long been employed as a gesture of defiance, highlighting the plight of the oppressed.
But glossy pages filled with non-models may be a step in the right direction.
Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy Mark Butler told Q&A that eating disorders "are the mental illness type which has the highest mortality rate". We check the research.
Women’s privates have moved to the front and centre of popular entertainment. And they're not always pretty.
The young adult novel "Eleanor & Park" is a frequent target for book challengers. But swears and sex aside, there's something deeply subversive – and important – about this controversial book.
Social media can have a damaging effect on body image, but the way to protect against that is learning how to view images critically.
The proliferation of mass media has helped to create a standardisation of beauty ideals, making them harder to cope with. But there are encouraging signs that things could change.
Staring at one thing for a long time can cause you to see the next thing in the opposite fashion. This neural adaptation could be the underlying physiological basis of body-size misperception.
Research suggests that those struggling with negative feelings about their bodies should spend more time in the great outdoors.