The British Monarchy as Both Consequential and Controversial; Also, Men Going Overboard in the Quest to be “Jacked”

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and ascension of King Charles III, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at the British monarchy’s evolution over the past 1000 years and the role it has played, and continues to play in countries around the world (01:25).  The guys also discuss recent revelations about the body image problems many men are facing as a result of muscle dysmorphia (35:40).

King Charles III, the new monarch (BBC)

Not everyone mourns the queen. For many, she can’t be separated from colonial rule (NPR)

King Charles’s ascension ignites debate over royals across Commonwealth (The Guardian)

How Britain stole $45 trillion from India (Al Jazeera)

The Kings And Queens of England: From William the Conqueror To Charles III (England Explore)

Muscle Dysmorphia: What it is and how Social Media is Making it Worse – Men’s Health (Apple News link)

Zac Efron doesn’t think his ‘Baywatch’ body is ‘really attainable’ (CNN)