June 15, 2017

Is Soy Feminizing the West?

Faith GoldyArchive

Feminist males, gender studies degrees, stay at home dads, and a transgender population that's more than doubled in five years: Girlie Men are on the rise. 

We know the cultural reasons why, but what about the science? 

As it turns out, it’s not just behaviour but biology that’s changing in today’s men.

According to international scientists, there’s a worldwide deficit occurring right now, that no one’s talking about: A deficit in testosterone.

The average levels of the male hormone are dropping by one per cent per year!

Why is this happening? One theory might shock you...

Researchers are looking to the food we eat; specifically, foods that cause changes in our hormones. And there’s one ingredient (baked into most of our food) that might be causing the uptick in Girlie Men:


I share the science behind why it might be time to consider more than just our politics and culture and ask if what’s in our fridge is feeding the feminization of our society.

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commented 2018-05-26 03:32:30 -0400
Thank plastic! The single most widely produced man made substance on earth, all of it leeches a synthetic form of estrogen, known as xeno estrogens; trillions of tonnes of this plastic has accumulated on the ocean floor, creating giant islands of this stuff; you sit on it, your mouse and keyboard are made of it, you put it up to your ear every time you call, you drink out of it with each sip of your sippy cup, you floated on it gently down the stream, you breathed it in where the rubber met the road at a xeno nanoparticle friction factory near you. you’ve chewed that rubbery bubbly goodness in your mouth since you were a little trans gender pro choice pre-traumatic genetically stunted third generation holocaust surviving infant. do you get the picture? of course not. get off the koolaid, get on the kim chi, goji berries and lacto fermented spirulina.
commented 2017-06-16 04:05:15 -0400
I would say that a shortage of testosterone is not the same as being feminized.
commented 2017-06-15 21:05:34 -0400
Drew Wakariuk, Andrew Stephenson writes like she is an authority on Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Sociology, Psychology, Physics, Economy, Philosophy, Mathematics, Bio-Engineering …..
She is a fraud, posting like a fraud, but, I do like she is polite for the most part!
commented 2017-06-15 18:28:07 -0400
Love how lefties have a cow if you question their BS about man made global warming , yet they scoff at actual scientific research that does not suit their narrative.
commented 2017-06-15 18:27:09 -0400
Andrew Stephenson there is actual research that says too much Soy can impact many things, it contains compounds that mimic estrogen , try doing some research. Even look at a bodybuilding magazine , they warn that too much soy protein may have negative effects on Testosterone and your bodybuilding efforts. Not much effect in small amounts , but if you consume enough it appears to have an effect, more and more research is showing this. Are you a SOY DENIER?
commented 2017-06-15 16:39:56 -0400
Liza Rosie, don’t forget the scads of men who diligently go to yoga class instead of stretching before playing hockey or sparring in the kick boxing ring!

Seriously though, the lowered testosterone and sperm count will impact our demographics; Trudeau will use this research to amp up his Islamic immigration plan.
commented 2017-06-15 16:04:44 -0400
Tammie, Ha ha, too funny!
commented 2017-06-15 16:02:58 -0400
If you consume soy make sure it is of the fermented kind as Faith suggests. There has never been a time where reading labels was more important. I learned the truth about soy some years ago. My kids loved soy as a dairy alternative until I told them to look up soy and man boobies. Eating non processed is your only chance at staying disease free, as Peter points out. Glenn, the water source issue is a big one. I am lucky enough to live in a place where the water source is spring fed , but I have lived in many places where I am sure the quality was terrible as far as being pharmaceutical laden.

Men today have half the testosterone level of men in the 50’s!
That is indeed a sobering thought.
commented 2017-06-15 15:51:07 -0400
Andrew Stephenson – your are sounding more like Cliff Clavin each time you post!
commented 2017-06-15 14:36:35 -0400
@Andrew (Andrea) Stephenson….I can remember when watch and clock dials painted with radium were considered safe….when asbestos was considered safe, when lead and cadmium paint was considered safe….when leaded gasoline was considered safe…

and when lefties were considered degenerate heroin addicts with ideas that bring down civilizations and create big piles of corpses needlessly….
commented 2017-06-15 14:23:35 -0400
Andrew said, “I suggest anybody that is worried go lock themselves in a darkened room for the rest of their lives, away from soy and lefties.”

Another idiot comment from a not-so-intelligent leftie.
commented 2017-06-15 12:56:24 -0400
I can remember a discussion thread at MGTOW where someone took an informal survey of who among us drank bottled water….none of us did. We all either drank well water or reverse osmosis filtered water.

At first I thought it was conspiracy theory until I started seeing “mainstream” studies expressing the same concern.

The water you buy in a bottle did not sweat off of the side of a pristine glacier in a remote part of the Alps. It is ordinary “raw water”….(World Health Organization standard being that you can read a licence plate at the end of a three meter pole) that is bleached with hydrogen peroxide instead of chlorine.

One of the most popular brands in Canada is drawn from the Saint Lawrence River downstream from Montreal where estrogen laden wastewater flows from pregnent mare’s urine to birth control pills and then down the toilet in quantities that are enough to turn the fish hermophradite.
commented 2017-06-15 12:47:10 -0400
I suggest anybody that is worried go lock themselves in a darkened room for the rest of their lives, away from soy and lefties.
commented 2017-06-15 12:20:49 -0400
Excellent report, Faith!

I try to stick to more natural foods and try to keep away from the processed food. That should help keep down the amount of estrogen I consume.