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originally posted by: RedDragon
Testosterone levels in modern American men have dropped by ~50% since the 1950s.
The sad thing is that many doctors are pushing this artificial testosterone on their male patients instead of encouraging them to lose some weight, get some exercise, and get a bit more sleep. Unless you’re suffering from a severe thyroid problem or have had testicular cancer, there’s really no reason to use artificial testosterone replacement therapy. You can increase your T levels naturally by making some simple changes in your lifestyle. When I first began my testosterone experiment, I really didn’t know much about it. And what I found in my research is that good, accessible information on the subject is surprisingly hard to find. So what I’ve decided to do is devote a week on the site to helping men understand what testosterone is, how important it is to their health and virility, how to get tested for it, and how to naturally increase it.
originally posted by: kalisdad
a reply to: woodwardjnr
In my opinion, perceived stigma is the issue. Some of the most homophobic people have buried homosexual tendencies, but they rarely are able to act on it and discover that truth because they are afraid of how others will view them.
I say the only way to know if you like or dislike something is to try it. You might be surprised with the end results and ultimately be more comfortable with your own sexuality.
I think they 1 in 5 study is bogus. Admittedly for other reasons, men used to wear wigs. High heeled shoes were originally worn by men. Perfumes, or cologne if you want to mince words, were used(and still are) by most men.
This is mearly a symptom of the constant divide and conquer tactics we are bombarded with constantly