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This could be anything from height, body hair, muscularity, skin tautness, shoe size, penis size, facial symmetry, head hair amount and more.

One recent study found almost one in five boys had resorted to diet pills, purging, skipping meals, steroids or tanning products to change their appearance.

But beyond appearance pressures, dating apps are doubly damaging because they often operate in a sphere where sexual racism is commonplace.

The research found Tinder users reported lower levels of satisfaction with their faces and higher levels of shame about their bodies.

And users were also more likely to view their bodies as sexual objects.

So while in some ways, these apps have brought our dating lives into the 21st century – where casual sex is more accepted and where gay men can meet other gay men without being imprisoned – in other ways, they also remind me of the 1950s, a time when shops would hang “No Blacks” signs in their doorways and when magazines like Playboy relentlessly objectified women’s appearances.

Ultimately given that more people are using dating apps than ever before, they need to work for everyone – not just those who are “attractive” or white.

Over the last few decades boys’ and men’s appearances have come under increasing scrutiny.

This is largely because in the 1980s businesses finally started exploiting a relatively untapped market: the appearance insecurities of men.

Add this to the fact that 80% of the men featured in popular media such as Men’s Health magazine are of a muscular body build – with many of these models taking drastic measures in the weeks leading up to photos shoots to make sure they look lean.

These models also tend to have a full head of hair and symmetrical faces.

The same goes for porn sites – where almost all of the men featured are equally ripped and stereotypically “handsome”.

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