During Australia's lockdowns and other reactions to the batty virus. I've been spending more time studying my history interests via the internet and its many possibilities. One area is quite interesting. Youtube, not only has tons of rubbish, but also many academic level video lectures and other quite good historical information.
Amid all that 'good' stuff and the 'rubbish', there's a thin middle layer, and I'd class social trends as one of the areas of that 'thin' layer.
Recently, I became aware of a number of very short videos, by makers of male underwear, They all seem to have one thing in common well-built young men (No old daggy duffers like me- and I assume most other male xjws posting here) in a myriad of poses exhibiting underwear designed in a previously unimaginable differences, but all seemingly designed to enhance an essential part of manliness, as they contort their bodies into different poses, all designed to draw attention to their maleness.
I realise that once you look at one or two of these short videos, YT's programming likely starts pushing them at you, but it seems that are many more makers of fashion male underwear than there were when I was young. In the Australia in which I grew up there was (in memory) only one brand (Bonds) only on colour (white) but offering a choice of style (2) -briefs or trunks,
Now, well judge for yourself ...