Help was suddenly unavailable whenever I was the one who needed it. Guys like me were brought up to believe that if we always tried our best, and were beacons of kindness and generosity in a world filled with thugs and cads, we would inevitably find a girl who would love us and accept us for who we were.

Instead, those traits seemed to disqualify me from any sort of romantic arrangement, and I'm pretty sure I'm not alone here. He needs to step up to the plate and work hard, and he needs to change to suit his woman's needs.

Women don't exist purely for the pleasure of men (I know, shocking isn't it? To have their bodies appraised by men and talked about on the internet by men - even if that man is married to them.

Robbie is what you might call a 'nice guy misogynist'. He's nice to his female colleagues, he cherishes his wife and loves his mother and sister.

MTV2's Guy Code is the ultimate guy's guide to the laws of manhood. Some say guys are born with it, but not everyone follows the same set of guidelines. Guy Code has been discussed on screen in "Old School", "Jersey Shore" and inadvertently analyzed on "Animal Planet" when discussing the customs of male species.

But to date, no show has created a playbook for all guys to follow. Need to know about everything from man-scaping to man-crushes, wing men and sexting, the rules of drinking, karaoke etiquette, and more?

She already has a nice line in self-esteem and helping other women feel good about themselves, which is admirable. She doesn't need to be told that she is 'fooling herself' into thinking she has to 'fit a certain mold to be loved and appreciated'.

Because, obviously, the problem is us ladies filling our silly little heads with this nonsense, not an entire misogynistic culture - which you are part of Robbie - feeding women crap like this.

Like he's a hero to all those women who don't meet every single western beauty standard.

His starting point is the assumption that we shouldn't find curvy women attractive. erhaps the most galling thing, is that Sarah - who is stunning - is a body positive fashion blogger.

Her shape and size won't be the one featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan but it's the one featured in my life and in my heart.