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Why Men Shouldn't Wear Skinny Jeans

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Katie Lee

on 13 December 2013

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Transcript of Why Men Shouldn't Wear Skinny Jeans

Why Men Shouldn't Wear Skinny Jeans
Here are the FACTS
50% of men suffering from skinny jeans experienced groin discomfort, more than 25% suffered bladder problems, and 1 in 5 men experienced a twisted testicle.
Do you have a "Fashion Forward" Behind?
Men are discovering, as women have long known, that the style can be unforgiving. One sometimes must diet and wiggle, tug and stretch to squeeze into a pair of tight jeans.
Finding a Healthy Alternative
Conclusion
If you got it, don't flaunt it.
"Style" vs. Comfort

Poll Time
40% of men reported that they would rather look stylish than be comfortable, and 3 in 10 men reported experiencing discomfort from skinny jeans.
Don't Do it Guys
Seriously... Don't.
It's not cute and its bad for you
So make good choices, okay?
although 1 in 7 respondents reported wearing skinny jeans regularly - more than 33% did not know their correct jean size.
Zoe Brimfield, TENA Men Brand Manager, said: "With this survey we were keen to highlight that while men may like the look of tight-fitting jeans, it's important that they are not compromising their health. Wearing skinny or ill-fitting jeans can lead to bladder weakness as a longer-term consequence. Male bladder weakness is more common than people think, with 1 in 9 men in the UK currently experiencing some form of the condition."
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/247826.php
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/247826.php
Wearing tight-fitting clothing over a prolonged period of time can lead to urinary tract infections leading to over-activity of the bladder- a type of bladder weakness as well as a low sperm count and fungal infections.
-Dr. Hilary Jones, TENA Brand Ambassador and campaign spokesperson
Do you really want to look like THIS?
Too Tight!
Levi 511
3x1 M5
Levis 501
J.Crew 484 in Dark Worn Wash
A.P.C. Butler
RRL Low Straight Carolina Wash
A.P.C. New Standards
R by 45rpm
This is a list of the Editor's Picks from GQ magazine. Many of them are straight-leg but are much more respectable.
Slacks Are Always a Good Option!
Leave that to Beyonce!
Thank You!
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