The influence Testosteron has on us men, mentally;

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    Oct 09, 2007 6:24 PM GMT
    => Did you know?
    If you have a little amount of Testosteron, (the main characteristic male hormone) you are more likely to perform better on an intelligence test than a person who has got more of them.
    When woman perform an intelligence test, if they have a lot of Estrogen, (the female equivalent of Testosteron) they are more likely to score worse than when having less of them.
    The production of Estrogen and Testosteron of course vary from person to person, but also from the seasons; in Spring, we tend to make a lot more Testosterone and Estrogen than in fall. just before menstuation the Estrogen takes the highest level and one week after it's the lowest.

    Same goes for sexual desires; having lots of Testosteron makes us kind of numb to sexual desires, whilst having little of them makes us horny and sexually active.
    That's why chemical castration isn't a solution, because what they do when castrating some one chemicaly is inserting Estrogen in the body, but Sexual delinquents have too little Testosterone, not too much.
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    Oct 09, 2007 7:19 PM GMT
    Countdown to reply from chuckystud, realjock's resident testosterone fan. 10...9...8......
  • iHavok

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    Oct 09, 2007 9:18 PM GMT
    am I the only one anxiously awaiting for Chucky's addition to this thread?

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    Oct 09, 2007 9:37 PM GMT
    And they called it Chucky loooooooove....
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    Oct 09, 2007 9:50 PM GMT
    Oh, stop it. ROFL. Be nice.

    Yep, he's right.

    Testosterone is good for you, and isn't that dangerous until you get into doses approaching 5 grams a week, accordingly to the latest studies. Testosterone also seems to LOWER, or stay about even, in mortality tests (UNT did a study on heavier users a couple of years back). It's been known for years, the many health benefits, but...basically, it was stated properly above. Given a buttload of test, you can get less sexual, and get to be lethargic (ever see a bull in a pasture just laying around?). Given just a generous helping, you can fuck like a young bunny in a rabbit hutch.

    The military (The US Marines) has done extensive study on this, too. It's well known that you think FASTER with more testosterone; have a vastly improved sense of well being, and, in general, remain in a better state of health. It's also well know that diseases of aging like Altheimer's and Parkinson's rarely happen if your testosterone is high enough. Like many things: plastic surgery, and so on. Anti-aging is limited to folks of means, or the underground.

    On any given day, there are MILLIONS of users of anabolics, and, while there's an occasional fluff story, they are NOT dropping dead like flies in Raid...they're living longer, and with a higher quality of life, with a general better overall state of health. Facts are facts, despite speculation campaigns.

    A friend of mine, Bob Klapp, of Paradise Valley, AZ, did a bit with HBO's Real Sports #99. Here's the story, on Real Tube:

    Given to choose between pizza, statins, or test, I'd go with the test any day. All things being proportional, obesity and saturated fats are a pandemic compared to anabolics.

    As my generation grows older, more and more truth will come out about anti-aging, and endocrinology, but, it will take time, and patience. Unfortunately, good people have gone to jail for all the wrong reasons. ...another topic.

    I've spent many hours talking with folks in the medical profession about the amazing effect of androgens on guys over 28 or so. It is truely amazing.

    Now a days, I know no less than a dozen people that are on anti-aging through their doctors. Of course, I've not heard a single bad story. Not one. On any given day, I also know scores of folks on the gear. It is what it is, but, the misinformation campaign is kinda' sad.

    There's a certain irony in the DEA hunting down the fittest of the fit; and the healthiest of the healthy, to save them from themselves. Meantime, 6.6 MILLION people die, annually, from being fat toads. Shouldn't we outlaw fat folks first, if our intent is saving lives? Unfortunately, that's not the intent.

    The human condition is not, unfortunately, about logic, truth, or saving lives, but, it's about money, and control.
  • MikePhilPerez

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    Oct 09, 2007 11:25 PM GMT
    "Shouldn't we outlaw fat folks first?"


    But, ypofero post explains a lot to me.