Getty Images  Jason Momoa, filmmaker and many, many people's ideal man, was recently on vacation with his wife, who is just as stunning Lisa Bonet, relaxed photographed. Of course, strangers on the Internet had some opinions about his performance that they thought necessary.
It turns out that people expect actors to look exactly the same as they do on screen, even if they're on vacation, their family members and several commentators thought that Momoa does not have its famous muscles would have. We will not go into the comments that happily made jokes at the expense of Momoa and that some readers might find triggering, but one of the least insulting ones simply said, "Seems to me, he does not have the same buff he had in Aquaman. "
Well, duh. Is not it self-evident that someone whose job consists, at least in part, of intense training and dieting to play a superhero, actually enjoys taking time off? Since then, the fans have jumped to Momoa's defense and have highlighted the incredibly valid point that Momoa, even without his stacked Aquaman body, is in much better shape than many of us.
These jokes about Momoa's so-called "Dad Bod" are not isolated cases, but merely highlight the fact that body shame poses a major problem for both men and women comes upon criticism of their appearance. Celebrity women have long felt the pressure to look anytime in a certain way, which in turn leads to an unrealistic and often unattainable beauty standard in mainstream culture. And as blockbuster movies are becoming increasingly male-dominated, these incredibly high expectations now apply to men as well.
Actors may be praised for the impressive transformations they undergo to play the lead actor, but what is forgotten Along the way, there is the time, effort, and resources required to sustain this superhero body are. And with the shooting ends the exhausting training regime. Everyone deserves some downtime – even Aquaman.