Later Childbirth And Male Homosexuality

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Title Later Childbirth And Male Homosexuality
Author redpillschool
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Comments 19
Date 30 January 2019 04:00 PM UTC (2 years ago)
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[–]red_philosopher 9 points10 points  (15 children) | Copy

It may be a small sample size, but the chances of drawing significantly more "non-hetero" subjects (2-4) compared to the control group is pretty small. It warrants further study, but the results of the study would take decades to conclude, and the sample size would need to be much larger, multi-state or multi-country sampling might be needed depending on where it's being done.

Either way, we know that older women bear children with more complications, are more likely to miscarry (nature's way of saying nope, this won't work), and interestingly, a statistically much greater rate of multiple births (twins, triplets, etc.).

Any hormone that is provided unnaturally is going to affect our minds and bodies in ways that are unexpected. Hormonal birth control is known to cause psychological and physiological changes in women, none of which are attractive. Excessive consumption of plant estrogens (soy, usually) and in milk products, causes earlier maturation of women (I have seen 8-10 year olds these days sporting some impressive gear, something that was largely unheard of when I was growing up), and in men it causes cancers and makes them grow tits.

Just another reason to avoid such things. It's bad for everyone.

[–]halfback910 9 points10 points  (4 children) | Copy


I'm homosexual and high IQ (not bragging, it matters for this) and I was a very premature baby (my mom had like 8 miscarriages before me). Keeping me in the womb for 8 months was a struggle that took a stitch implanted in my mother and a lot of hormones. And keeping me alive when I came out took a lot of resources too.

There was this one particular hormone, I forget the name now, but they gave it to my mom. And when I was about twenty a study came out saying "Oh, look. The premature babies whose moms we gave this hormone treatment to are growing up super high IQ and super gay. You should give me funding!"

The more we go on and learn the more I think we're coming to the conclusion that homosexuality is biological but not genetic. It has to do with the brew of hormones in your mom at any given time. That's why, if you have a bunch of older brothers, you're more likely to be gay. It's why children born to older mothers are super annoying (I'm assuming).

[–]JayRock379 0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

What is your IQ? What do you do for a living?

[–]halfback910 1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

Like 148 last time I was tested by a professional, which was quite a while ago. So not a genius but more than three standard deviations above the median.

I manage global inventory operations (like 7ish headcount) for a medium-sized import/export firm and manage the Chinese sourcing team for them as well.

[–]JayRock379 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Why were you tested by a professional?

[–]halfback910 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I participated in an unrelated study on people identifying as homosexual because a friend from college who was conducting the study asked me to. And he was very, very sexy.

The perk was you got to see your IQ results. And I think there may have been a gift card or something...? I didn't use it, whatever it was.

[–]Proto_Sigma 6 points7 points  (9 children) | Copy

I’ve taken to avoiding soy like the plague. What kinds of milks are you talking about specifically?

[–]TRParchivist 3 points4 points  (8 children) | Copy

Industrially-farmed cows are often fed corn and soybeans. Even "organic" cows can be fed organic corn and soy. Those feeds end up in cow's milk. Only way to get around this is Grass-Fed, Grass-Finished, Pasture-Raised.

Same goes for beef. If your hamburger was fed soybeans, you're also eating soybeans.

Also applies to pigs, chickens, and other farm stocks.

[–]Proto_Sigma 2 points3 points  (7 children) | Copy

Grass fed beef is labelled but I've never seen grass fed pigs, chickens etc ( I don't think those species eat grass even).

[–]TRParchivist 2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

More, you want to pay attention to what the meat you eat was fed. Chickens and eggs, you want "pasture-raised", I imagine the labeling for pork would be similar but I since I source from local farmers, I don't know what the 'correct' supermarket terms would be for that. Hell, even "Pasture-raised" is losing credibility more and more each year as the requirements for certain certifications are chipped away at and deregulated. A few years ago, "pasture-raised" meant they spent the majority (90%+) of their life actually in pasture, with regulations on how much land area they had to travel around and be chicken-y on. Now, in some cases, those regulations have been whittled down to "must have access to non-penned dirt and sunlight for a few hours".

Point being, whatever the animals eat, you end up eating also. And most industrial meat that you buy in a supermarket or from a restaurant or fast-food joints, they all are fed soy and corn and shit (sometimes literally).

Best way to bypass all these marketing terms is to simply find local farms where you can talk to the farmers, ask questions about how the animals are raised and what they're fed, and actually meet your meat. This is just the Red Pilling of food.

[–]Proto_Sigma 4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

I unfortunately am not in a position in my life where I'm able to make such inquiries. As a college student on a meal plan I need to discriminate among the options presented to me by university cafeterias. Whenever I get to a stage where I can purchase my own food directly and have enough time to scout out farms I will take your advice, which is sound. In the meantime I will do the best I can.

[–]Jabroni421 0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Look for “pastured pigs” and “pastured eggs”. I buy my cows and pigs from a local farm I found on eatwild:

See Graphic on this link for why pastured eggs are the only worthwhile label to pay a premium for:

Also look for “non vegetarian fed” on egg labels.

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[–]tempolaca 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Lol pigs and chickens don't eat grass, WTF do they teach you in school.

[–]Proto_Sigma 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I don't think those species eat grass


Do you not read? WTF do they teach you in school?

[–]Modredpillschool[S] 7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is very preliminary stuff, and a very small sample group. But the implications are very wide-reaching if this is found to have any truth to it.

Women are waiting longer to have children, and this may actually increase the likelihood of homosexual children.

Consider if the SJW mainstream would ever let this study or its results become public (they probably wouldn't).

[–]hearse223 4 points5 points  (11 children) | Copy

Wouldn't more homosexuals in the sexual marketplace make things easier for straight men, less competition?

[–]KrustyKrabReject 19 points20 points  (2 children) | Copy

Yes, but it's bad in other ways. Depopulation agenda, feminizing men, breakdown of the family structure. It

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