On G/S it has been common in the past to talk about male nudity and if
women are really attracted to it,
now that video is a male film reviewer (not female) but i can use him as a counter point.
Talking about the male body, as visual spectacle.
However a key theme is one of male power and aggression, the boxers in
"Women in love", or the military conflict of "300".
Now those films had a pretty strong male audience
(same with the transporter movies)
the bodily spectacle only to show some form of better serving the needs of conflicting violence.
Twilight or magic mike, both movies about the male body, but the praise is effectively one of serving as a sexual canvas for heterosexual female desires as criteria to evaluates the male form, the body is not for war fighting but sex appeal in capacity.
A noticeable factor around them (more so for twilight) was quite a strong
culture of dislike primarily from males commentators (edward cullen is treated as being faggy or sissy, you get the general idea around "glitter-vamps" accusation
the question is a general, what do you think of that difference, things like is there sort of a contradiction in conflating a sexy man to a "female gaze" as being a homosexual, or not a totally male coded character (seemingly around being emo instead of a angry warrior)