“I wanted something different from the studio-based bodyscapes or flexing physique male nudes,” she wrote... Instead, Ekue was interested in everyday images of bodies at rest ― bodies that are imperfect, vulnerable, normal.Via Metafilter, where the first commenter says "I know that the 'standard wisdom' is that the Male Junk is unappealing, but that's actually not true" and gets a conversation going, including pointing at this "Seinfeld" clip, which I assume was written by a heterosexual man:
August 5, 2016
"I want to show that like women, some men have body-image issues due to internalized societal ideals."
Said Abigail Ekue, who photographed 500 naked men, some of whom you'll see at the link but not without scrolling down.