They’re Trying To Reduce Male Di*k Sizes

Middle-aged men and women who are exposed to high levels of certain chemicals found in plastics have reduced levels of testosterone, according to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology.



Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone, and it plays a vital role for both men and women in biological processes, including physical growth and strength, bone density, brain function, libido and cardiovascular health.


Phthalates are chemicals added to plastics to make them softer and more flexible (in shower curtains, for example). They also crop up in products from shampoo to laundry detergent to the coating on electrical wires. They’re widespread in the environment, and previous testing has shown that 90 percent of adults have detectable levels in their bloodstream.


Food is actually a primary source of exposure to certain phthalates. There is evidence that taking strides to eat fresher foods that have undergone less processing and packaging may reduce exposure.


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Plastic food containers and plastic wrap marked with the recycling label “#3” also contain these toxic chemicals. Eliminate plastic food storage containers when possible, and always avoid heating food in plastic containers.


Lowering the testosterone of males is the easiest way to control men. Back in the day, farmers would cut the balls off of male animals to make it easier to domesticate them.


Plastic is subconsciously encouraged by promoting foods/drink that are highly packaged in plastic... such as water bottles and meat.


The long-term evolutionary effects of these plastics in our blood is that it leads to smaller penis sizes for boys born from mothers who have a high amount of plastic in their bodies... and overall reduces a young boy's testosterone level.


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