Un léger côté Pierre et Gilles

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C’est coloré et il y a un côté rétro, mais ce n’est pas pour nous déplaire.

Il est jeune et mince mais ça ne l’empêche pas de se prendre en photo. Cela nous change des mecs plus que musclés qui inondent les réseaux sociaux. On aime aussi voir des personnes bien dans leur corps, qui ne correspondent pas aux critères masculins dictés par on ne sait qui. Alors pour vous messieurs qui avez un corps non musclé, assumez-vous aussi !

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(Pic2) My body… We do talk a lot about women’s body and that’s REALLL good, but men are also having problems with their body and their image, especially gay men… well that’s my point of view maybe. I personally never had eating disorders but ohhhh, lordy lord, I had and still have a hard time to love this skinny body. I’m proud to tell you that I’ve been loving my body more and more now. It can last for a day, even for a week sometimes… until I see a picture of myself standing… I’m 135 pounds and that’s the heaviest I’ve ever been yet. I know, I’m so lucky! I can eat 78 Big Macs and I’ll lose a pound, I only need to do one crunch and we see my abs, clothes look so good on me apparently… but why am I not happy with this shape then? I’ve seen a documentary lately and they were talking about how much young gay men were having trouble with their body and their image. Why are we gay peeps putting so much pressure on ourselves?? Our coming out didn’t give us enough anxiety? Let’s hope, PLEASSSSSSE, that one day, we will love those skinny bodies… full time! Xx 🍟 🍟 🍟 #gayboy #lgbt #lgbtq #gaytwink #gay #photography #lovewins #fashionistas #fashionable #photoshoot #photooftheday #portraitphotography #portrait #mentalhealth #gayrights #lgbtrights #artistsoninstagram #artwork #artist #winelover #menshair #mentalhealthawareness #flowersofinstagram #flowerstagram #mcdonalds

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I always wanted to do something for the LGBTQ community/rights and mental health…two things that touch me personally. Because of that, I decided to recreate the gay flag on my Instagram feed with the 6 colors of the rainbow flag by doing pictures (3 pics for each color), for the next weeks, where I talk about my own experiences either bad or good about being gay and having some issues with mental health. I am here to talk about the real William, the one that can’t post unedited pictures because of insecurities about his image, the one that is always wondering what people think of him, the one that deal with social anxiety but also the one that is super proud to be this funny, naive gay French Canadian & wine lover that feel guilty for wishing for fame. The 1st three purple pictures will be about my image. How I see myself, how I see image in the gay world, what I think should change, etc… Hopefully, you’ll like it… So whatever, I’m just here to talk about those 2 things (LGBTQ rights and mental health) and if 2-3 folks can relate, well that’s all I wished for! (Well, maybe a little more than 2-3 ;)!) xxx • • • • #NOTanAD #gayboy #lgbt #lgbtq #gaytwink #gay #photography #lovewins #fashionistas #fashionable #photoshoot #photooftheday #portraitphotography #portrait #mentalhealth #gayrights #lgbtrights #artistsoninstagram #artwork #artist #winelover #menshair #mentalhealthawareness

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