When women get breast implants, people often say that you can tell by the way they move, look, and when they lay on their backs, they stay perky. Over recent years, I have read that male implants have become more and more popular and it would not surprise me if there are people on RJ that have had some stuff done as well.
Are there ways you can tell if they are real muscles or implants? What are the signs? Do they feel different, move different, look different?
We have many double standards. Women can get implants and take estrogen from a young age, but, if a man does either, it's nearly criminal, or, in the latter case is criminal, outside of whoever happens to be the keeper of the numbers on a particular day.
Nothing about it makes sense, of course. Do what makes you happy, if it's within reason and your budget.
A guy, through testosterone (what makes a guy a guy), has the ability to get bigger, unlike a woman, who does not. Generally, a guy who works out and EATS can get big, without a lot of grief.
Whatever the case, it seems cosmetics are more accepted for use by females as males. Certainly, appearance, with all our visual media these days, has become a bigger thing with guys.
I'm always amazed how some fat, out-of-shape guy, drinking a beer, smoking a cigarette, watching tv, eating a pizza, can condemn an athlete for wanting to enhance his recovery and to feel good. It makes absolutely no sense.