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Men Can't Handle Seeing A Naked Guy On The Cover Of ESPN Magazine Because Masculinity Is Fragile

Welp.

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This is Zeke Elliott. He's a running back with the Dallas Cowboys and one of several stars of ESPN Magazine's annual "Body Issue."

You can now add "cover boy" to Zeke's resume.

This is the ninth annual Body Issue, and alternative covers feature nude portraits of Isaiah Thomas of the Boston Celtics, Chicago Cubs infielder Javier Baez, and tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.

Apparently Elliott's fully nude athletic form on the cover of the sports mag was ~absolutely terrifying~ to some of the mag's Twitter followers, who jumped to all kinds of insane conclusions...

And became the living, breathing embodiment of fragile masculinity.

But WHYYYYY? they asked.

Nobody wants to seeeeee this!

ESPECIALLY BEFORE BREAKFAST.

Some men just cannot deal with celebrating the male form, I guess.
Twitter: @Easy132

Some men just cannot deal with celebrating the male form, I guess.

Of course, you can contrast that with the male reception to tennis star Caroline Wozniacki's cover.

Caroline Wozniacki is ready for Wimbledon … and the cover of ESPN’s ninth annual Body Issue.

Important questions were asked...

Men felt well within their rights to criticize Wozniacki's legs...

and butt.

Fap jokes were made.

The double standard...was completely lost on these guys.

But, well, here it basically is:

And that, my friends, is where we are in 2017.

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