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How to have good body posture without looking feminine?
Seriously, I trying to correct my posture with Mew lecture and I look So femine, I submesive like like a girl, just look at him https://youtu.be/z2IbjHQOdWY looks how un masculine and how femine he's body language, my question is how I can have masculine body language (manspreading etc) with having a good body posture?
I adopted good body posture 10 months ago, exactly when I changed job.
Didn't talk to anyone about that.
We are 12 people.
Two collegues went to fisiotherapist, the software engineer decided to get a proper desk chair, three quitted smoking, other two started using postural band.
Coincidence? I don't think so
Moral? Screw stereotypes
I have to disagree with you about Mew's posture being feminine. He looks like a guy with good manners and good posture, not like a girl.
He's got his knees together, which is good manners as well as appropriate to being on camera and hanging out with kids. If you feel strongly about separating your knees a bit, go for it. But the general posture of back straight, shoulders open, head back, and bottom behind you look good on people of both sexes. Most women prefer a guy with a round butt, which this posture encourages, and the shoulder/chest/neck position makes you look taller and emphasizes the breadth of shoulders. The upright torso and anteverted pelvis also encourage a firm flat belly.
The posture many people think of as 'masculine' is actually adolescent, slouchy, sloppy and unflattering to a man. Over time it actually undermines the masculine structure of your body, creating a disappearing [Rude Language will not be tolerated], round belly, and narrow collapsed shoulders. As Kyte said so well, screw stereotypes.