Male Body Shaming Quotes and Captions for Instagram

Male Body Shaming Quotes and Captions for Instagram

Do you feel like you have no control over your body? Are you insecure about the way you look? Do you have high expectations from yourself and from other people? If you answered yes to any of these questions, male body shaming quotes might be for you.

Male Body Shaming Quotes and Captions for Instagram

• Let’s make sure guys know it’s okay to love their bodies, without shame. Let’s help end body shaming.

• Stop the body shaming. It’s not about how you look, it’s about how you feel!

• This year, we’re gonna stop talking about body shaming and start doing something about it.

• Stop the body shaming and learn to love yourself.

• Stop body shaming, it’s not healthy. We’re all beautiful in different ways.

• Don’t let anyone tell you differently. Be proud of your body 💪🏽

• Hey, there’s no shame in being a man. As long as you’re healthy and happy, you can do whatever you want.

• Your body is beautiful. Let it know that you appreciate it, and never be ashamed of it.

• You are not a thing. You are not a number on a scale. You are not here to be accepted by society’s standards, you are here to make them accept yourself!

• No matter what you’ve got, a body built for pleasure is a beautiful thing.

• I’m not a gym rat or a bodybuilder. I just wanted to be healthy and strong 💪

• We don’t need to be reminded that we’re not perfect, but it sure feels nice when someone tells us the truth.

• Empowerment starts with self-love, we all deserve love❤️

• When you’re a bodybuilder, or even just someone who invests quality time in their fitness regimen, it’s important to know how to motivate yourself when the inevitable online hate comes your way.

• We should be judged by our abilities, not our appearance.

• Stop body shaming. It’s a waste of time and energy that only hurts you.

• Body shaming is so last century.

• I see the bodies of guys in the gym who are 200 pounds and not even attempting to go check their weight. Why? Because they’re ashamed of the bodies they have. Learn to love your body, it’s only temporary

• I am beautiful. I am strong. I am more than my body and who it can carry.

• If you haven’t had a “real man” by your side in the last twelve months, you’re not alone. Let us help you find one that fits your lifestyle.

• Your body is beautiful—the shape and proportions are always changing. And how you take care of yourself will dictate how it looks in the future.

• Everybody is beautiful. We all started somewhere, and we all have to work for what we want. Nobody has it easy. If you’re not happy with your body then you shouldn’t be staying stuck in the past.

• You don’t have to be skinny to be beautiful. If anything, you have something every other girl wishes they had: Confidence.

• A body is a canvas for self-expression, not a crime scene.

• Accepting that you are a unique and beautiful human being is the first step in self-acceptance.

• You don’t have to be perfect to be beautiful.

• Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re not worthy.

• You can’t build muscle without lifting and eating. #getstrong #hotbod

• Next time in the series: I’m calling out people who are body shaming.

• How are fit men being shamed for their bodies? We must find a way to accept them.

• Body shaming is never ok. Let’s all be proud of who we are and how far we’ve come.

• Body shaming is a real thing. Know your worth and love yourself the way you are

• Body shaming is not okay. We are all different and beautiful in our own way.

• Don’t feel bad about the way you look! Your body is yours and only yours.

• shamed of the way you look? we’re here to tell you that what you see on others is not always a reflection of how they see themselves.

• If you’re not feeling your best in a swimsuit, nobody’s going to tell you that you don’t look good. You’re gorgeous and no one’s better than you. ✨

• If you don’t love your body, then change it. If you aren’t happy with the way you look, then start working on that– because you deserve to feel good about yourself, and feel good about who you are.

• There are many things that we’re told are “only for men.” But here’s a rule of thumb: If you want to do it, do it. If you want to wear it, wear it. And if you feel good in it, then wear it.

• A little Demure, a little Dangerous, and a whole lotta stylish.

• No one tells you to be strong and manly. You have to decide for yourself.

• We need to stop letting society create the ideal male body.

• Why do we need to tell men how to dress?

• Stop hating on my body. It’s a pretty good size, but that doesn’t mean you need to look at me like I’m an extra from the show “Biggest Loser”.

• The male body is a work in progress. And it’s OK to struggle with weight and fitness goals.

• No matter what size you are, your body is yours and no one has the right to tell you how or when to change or improve it.

• You’re a beautiful, unique person. You deserve to be loved for who you are, not for the way you look. 💛

• You’re not a real man unless you take up at least 150 pounds of body fat.

• You’re beautiful. Stop trying to be something you’re not and embrace what you have.

• Are you ready to see? Yes, this is how we all should look!

• If you feel like you might be getting too skinny, don’t worry. It takes a lot longer to get ‘skinny’ than it does to get ‘fat’, so give yourself some room.

• When you don’t like the way you look, start by liking the way you feel.

• You can do it, you’re strong and nothing’s going to keep you down.

• You’re stronger than you think.

• Now it’s time to take control and stop being body shamed.

• We’re all told our bodies are wrong, we’re not good enough and society demands we be something we’re not. But guys, your body is beautiful just the way it is.

• You should be proud of your body, and not afraid to show it off.

• Get past the body shaming, get past the excuses and be more than what society tells you to be. Do something great with your life!

• Every curve is beautiful. No one should be shamed for their genetics or size.

• We’re not here for your body. We’re here for you.

• Let’s stop pretending that we’re not going to be judged and challenged by our bodies.

• Don’t judge a man by his body. He’s a person, not an object.

• Don’t hate on us because we’re different. Accept us for who we are and support our individuality!

• It’s not just about the size of your waist. It’s also about how you feel inside and out.

• You can be anything you want. You are beautiful, strong, and powerful.

• There is no such thing as being too muscular. We should be proud of our bodies and encourage others to do the same.

• Don’t ever let anyone diminish your masculine greatness.

• Don’t let anyone tell you that they’re not good enough.

• It’s time to stop body shaming men!

• I don’t care if you have a flat stomach and can bench press a truck, or if you went through puberty at the same time as me and look exactly the same as I did when I was that age. Don’t tell me how to feel about myself.

• I don’t need a shirt that says “fat,” because I’m not. I am fit and healthy ✌️

• Dare to love your body. Be proud of the skin you’re in—even if it feels like no one else does.

• Every day, someone is talking about your body. Let’s change that!

• If you’re not happy with your body, it’s time to do something about it.

• We want you to love yourself, but not in an ‘I wish I could lose 20 pounds’ kind of way. We want you to love the skin you’re in.

• What you’re doing is wrong. This is not okay.

• We’re all human, we’ve all got things to work on and get better at. So when someone tells you to “man up”—don’t take that as an insult. Use it as motivation.

• You’re beautiful, no matter what.

• If you want to lose weight, get more toned, and look great, then work hard, eat healthy, and stop being so mean to yourself. 👏🏼

• Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re not good enough.

• I’m not perfect, but neither are you.

• It’s time to break the silence. Male body shaming is not okay—and it’s time we stop it.

• Stop body shaming men. They deserve love, not hate.

• This is not okay. This is a human being and we have the right to be treated with respect and dignity, no matter what our bodies look like.

• Embrace your curves, and let’s stop body shaming men. #bodypositivity

• I won’t put up with you trying to tell me I’m not attractive enough, because I’m not going to be told that my body is not good enough.

• “Let’s be real, guys—your body is perfect. You’re a sex god.”

• It’s time to accept that men are built differently from women. What’s not OK is when people try to shame him for it. Find what makes you happy, be proud of it, and don’t let anyone tell you different.

• Be proud of your body and stop feeling ashamed.

• Let’s be real: no matter who you are, your body is yours. Be proud of the person you are and don’t let other people make you feel bad about it. #selflove

• Don’t let society’s unrealistic and limiting standards of beauty trap you. Be who you are and be proud of it!

• Don’t let gender stereotypes hold you back from living your best life.

• If you have a problem with my body, then take it up with God. I created it and I can take it down if I want.

• It’s not what you look like, it’s how you feel about yourself.

• Our bodies are nothing more than a collection of cells. When we obsess over our weight, skin, muscle, and hair, it gives others the impression that we have low self-esteem and lack confidence.

• Don’t let people tell you what to do and how to look. Be yourself, be beautiful because the world needs it.

• Are you ready for the male body shaming to be over?

• Why are we so obsessed with female body image? We should let men be men and flaunt their health in the best form.

• If you’re body shaming anyone, you are also doing that to yourself. Body positivity is about taking care of your body, not making fun of it, and making sure you love it before anyone else does.

• The message is clear: the ideal body type for women is slim and firm, but for men it’s pudgy.

• You have a body, you’re beautiful and it’s not your fault.

• Before you judge a man by his height, weight, or body type; ask yourself if you would be comfortable with those characteristics.

• Men: get off the couch, work out your kinks, and love yourself.

• NO ONE tells me what I can or cannot wear.

• You’re beautiful. You are strong. You have a place in the world, and you matter.

• You’re stronger than that, man. You’re beautiful for being who you are and more. #BeYourself

• Every man has his own body. Everybody is beautiful, with its own strengths and weaknesses.

• You’re not broken. You’re not a mistake. You’re a beautiful, natural creation of God

• The only person who can make you feel uncomfortable is you.

• You want to be you. Don’t let anybody stop you from reaching your full potential.

• Stop body shaming men. It’s not fair or funny.

• Stop shaming men with body image. It’s a complex issue and we should be working together to change it.

• Don’t let body shaming stop you from living a healthy and happy life.

• You’re stronger than the skinny body shaming and the media will back you up.

• If you are reading this and thinking about how your body looks in this Snapchat filter, don’t. That’s not the point. We are all beautiful no matter what our body looks like.

• Don’t let anyone tell you your body is wrong. Don’t let anyone tell you that you are not beautiful. You are uniquely and beautifully made just the way you were meant to be, and no one can change that.

• Don’t be ashamed of your own body.

• If you’re a guy and you’re reading this, I’m thinking you might have some insecurities that need to be worked on.

• Staring at this body in a mirror isn’t just a wake-up call, it’s an action. Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re not good enough – because you are!

• Who says only women can have a good physique? We are here to prove you wrong.

• You are beautiful and strong. We want you to know that and so does the world!

• If a man isn’t comfortable in his own skin, he should make an effort to change what needs to be changed.

• You only get one body. Treat it well.

• Haters gonna hate, but I stand tall.

• Spread the word to end patriarchal body shaming.

• Why we shouldn’t be body shaming men

• We need to stop calling each other names and start celebrating our bodies for what they are. #bodysharing

• This is the body I’m in right now. This is what I want to be seen in, and this is how I want you to see me.

• No more sleeveless shirts, no more double chins. Be the change you want to see in the world.

• You don’t need to fit a black and white standard of what a man should be to be strong, confident, and powerful.

• Here’s a little fact for you, you are beautiful as you are.

• Let’s not be so quick to judge the shape of our fellow man.

• You’re never too old to feel good about yourself.

• How are we supposed to feel confident, when the only thing we see is what’s not right in front of us?

• You’re not what they say, you are what you do.

• I’m more than the sum of my parts

• It’s time for a healthy dose of self-love. #MaleBodyShamingIsNotOK

• We’ve got a message for all those guys who have been body shamed: Don’t be ashamed of your body. You are not your mistakes, and you are not a mistake

• Stop body shaming. The way you look has nothing to do with your worth as a human being.

• It’s time to stop the body shaming.

• We have the right to love our bodies. We have the right to wear what we want. And we have the right not to be shamed for it.

• Not a day goes by where I don’t hear someone make a derogatory comment about my body. Don’t do it.

• Clothes don’t make the man, but sometimes they do. #incel

• Women, please stop judging us for how we look. We are human beings, not lemons.

• Don’t let other people’s stereotypes control your view of yourself. Be proud of what you look like, and be confident in who you are.

• Don’t let society’s view of you be your reality. You’re more than a stereotype.

• You don’t have to be a pro athlete to have an awesome body. It’s not about what you look like, it’s about who you are and how hard you work at it.

• This is not a standard of beauty. This is the standard of shame and fear.

• We all have a body, and it’s not under our control.

• The moment you realize that you’re allowed to be comfortable in your own skin.

• You can’t control the way you look, but you can take the first step and make sure to treat yourself with respect.

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