|Grandmaster Funk - 2014-12-17 |
It's no longer acceptable for scientists to speculate about how female hormones may make them terrible people, but testosterone still gets to be the eternal boogeyman. And naturally he entirely glosses over the data point that low-power, high-testosterone leaders are *more* social than low-power, low-testosterone leaders (meaning that logically, we should want male leaders in a highly democratic society) and slap a misleading title on the whole thing, which will inevitably be cited by feminists to prove our inherent defect.
99% ! Scientifically measured with beakers and instrument and shit!
Yeah, I think we're still too steeped in gender roles to get really useful "hormonal"-behavioral data.
Binro the Heretic
Both men and women have both testosterone and estrogen in their systems. Both play a role in physical and mental health.
Higher testosterone levels in men and women lead to increases in self-confidence and aggressiveness.
So maybe it's worth looking into in this case.
|That guy - 2014-12-17 |
Star Wars = automatic 1.
...even when it's out of left field.
The production of this thing is horrible.
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