Robin was my goal. The jaw of Batman's mate was not the blast, but when I was six in my bedroom in Charlotte, North Carolina, I knew there was something else about him. That led me to Batman, Superman, Thor, the human torch. I was able to draw dozens of their faces from memory even before the Marvel Cinematic Universe began to make boys called Chris Gods. The only thing they all have in common? A pine that looks like a granite block. And since then I wanted one.
I am a 34-year-old man with the facial structure of the Gerber baby, something that I found truly adorable as a baby. But now that I grow up? It is still charming . I've struggled with my weight and my body image all my life, but my face has always been a particular problem. When I was the hardest, people could not resist pinching my cheeks. When I was the thinnest and hospitalized for anorexia, another patient told me I had "chipmunks". No matter how your body looks under your clothes, do you know what you can not hide? Your face.
"The sharper the jaw, the stronger the man" is such a natural way of thinking that we do not even question him. A 201