What do men think and should women really be worried.
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Female 1: Thousands of men and women responding to the prevention sex survey and shared candid details about their love lives. We hit the streets to get the real life stories behind the numbers. This is Prevention’s Bedroom Confidential. 23% of women say they don’t want sex because they’re embarrassed about their bodies. What do men really think about women’s body issues? And should women really be worried? Male 1: If you walk around Time Square and you see all of the visuals of women, it’s a pretty daunting difficult standard or sort of hold yourself up to. Male 2: I think a lot times you see images of women on television and they have to be the stick figures and I don’t find the stick figures sexy, I like them with a full hour glass shape. Male 3: The biggest turn off is when the person doesn’t like themselves, I mean the confidence is a big turn off. Male 4: She has to have a good day and feel very good about herself, looking in the mirror that day and say, “Yes, I got a new top today, I got this, I got that, I feel attractive.” Male 1: Realizing that your body changes and that you're still an attractive woman, just at a different stage of life. Male 5: If she can see herself like I see her, without any clothes on, she would realize how sexy she is. Male4: I think she’s perfect, I think she’s perfect. Male 7: I mean she’s beautiful and it’s like, I don’t know why she worries about it but— Male 8: She has a very beautiful hour glass figure, Sean believe me but— Male 4: You're perfect, perfect.