"There is nothing sexier than a strong, defined body."
Have you seen this commercial? It is for some piece of exercise equipment. And I hate it. I hate that it adds to society's misperception of beauty. I hate that it helps aid the myth that if you pay for this ridiculously expensive equipment that you will be sexy.
Let me tell you what is "sexier" than a "strong defined, body:"
*A man who respects women. Their bodies, their minds, their emotions, their insecurities.
*A man who respects his priesthood.
*A man who fathers his children. And I'm not talking about conception. I am talking about a man who comes home from work and asks his children about their day. Who does more than kiss them goodnight, but plays with them, chases them around the house (despite their mother's dismay at their getting riled up right before bed)
*A man who is confident without arrogance.
*A man who is funny without even trying.
*A man who tells the truth, and keeps those around him honest without being preachy.
Now that is sexy.