How testosterone affects behaviour

7 Aug

How testosterone affects behaviour

Testosterone is the hormone that defines and makes a man. But currently the pervasiveness of xenoestrogens are putting such masculine behaviours to rest. Subsuming us in the endless filth of effeminacy. Feminism is one of the ways that men are being emasculated and the the chemical way is another one of them. To see the effects of the hormone is the have a glimpse into masculine behaviour. Now more than ever the study of manhood is paramount. And I will add my own 2 cents to the manosphere with this link. Although I will not be a very prolific writer. I will be gathering the relevant information in my posts.


9 Responses to “How testosterone affects behaviour”

  1. Jack Schitz August 7, 2013 at 2:19 pm #

    Bad link

  2. jose August 9, 2013 at 6:35 pm #

    It looks like the fight is on to destroy the last vestiges of being a man! Our masculinity is a threat to modern society because we are the ones who built this society. Now they are coming to realization that men are waking up and not liking what is going on.

    So those elites know that if they leave things unchecked that it might blow up in their faces. So total control is in order!

  3. tarnishedsophia September 6, 2013 at 1:45 am #

    Womento naturally have testosterone too, just like how men naturally have estrogen. But I agree that there are various xenoestrogens in our current environments that are creating problems for both sexes. Females are hitting puberty far earlier (age 10 for me), and males are slower/stunted in their secondary sexual characteristics.

    I’ve read that this is a more drastic problem in urban areas. What has your research turned up?

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