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Nazi idiots accuse CDC of lowering “normal” testosterone range in plot to turn men gay

Typical low-testosterone gay men

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By David Futrelle

Watch out, straight dudes! The government is coming for your manhood!

Or at least that’s the accusation being leveled at internet Nazis. On neo-Nazi internet tip sheet The Daily Stormer, the writer known as Zeiger points to a six-month old Science Daily article reporting the results of a large-scale study designed to more accurately determine “normal” testosterone levels in men. Shockingly, to Zeiger at least, the study determined that the old “normal’ range was a bit high. The CDC and medical testing companies are adjusting their standards accordingly.

Zeiger is not pleased. “The chemical castration of the Western male is about to be kicked up to the next level,” he warns. “It’s a transparent push to feminize men and normalize being a low-T f*ggot.”

Zeiger warns that the new “normal” could even lead to the government trying to TERK OUR TERTOSTERONE!

[T]f this process continues, you could start seeing men with healthy testosterone begin to be seen as “pathological” because their levels are “too high” compared with the new standard. So power-lifters who watch their diets could start being prescribed drugs to lower their T levels.

First they came for the power lifters …

Over on his blog, Nazoid pickup artist James “Heartiste” Weidmann raises the alarm in even more outlandish prose.

Mother fucking yahweh, this is a declaration of war against masculinity. The ruling class wants a compliant and pacified herd of puppy dogs in place of the White men who could pose a threat to their ill-gotten and corrupted sinecures.

The soyfatted manboobed weepy feminist nümale is not a meme. It’s real! 

Hey, I think he means me!

Think about the implications. Are you a high T man who’s within the formerly normal range of male serum testosterone level? Guess what, you’re now suffering from pathologically high testosterone. Report to your nearest feminization camp for the requisite T-lowering Mazeltov cocktail of beta blockers, SSRIs, estrogen, dissolved birth control pills drawn from the local tap, and opioids.

There is a Western-wide War on Men, because the effete low T Globohomo taintlickers that have somehow wormed their way into power and laugh at the plebs assaulted by Diversity™ from behind their gated communities know…they KNOW fam…that testosterone is the elixir of the god emperors, and a million god emperors whose veins flow with the power of T and whose hearts are opened to ethereal channels of connection to their mighty warrior ancestors through their shared high T heritage are the ONLY FOE WITH THE FORCE OF WILL to oust the degenerate elite from their plush sanctums.

I think Heartiste is huffing something, but it’s not testosterone.

Pull the Goylent feeding tube from your soulgut and reclaim your rightful place in the pantheon of powerful White men as heir to a noble race of warrior poets.

Sorry dude, but making up words like “globohomo” and  “Goylant” doesn’t actually make you a poet, much less a warrior.

Our government is evil. It wants to pathologize masculine men and normalize fat women. The bureaucratic machine and its elite operators assault the very notion of Truth and Beauty, which they want replaced with Lies and Ugliness. This is our generation’s war, and I can’t think of a nobler reason to fight than the nature of our enemy…a globalist swarm of soulless atomized grubby usurers with no attachment to anything but their continued power.

So Heartiste is declaring war on … fat people? Well, if it’s on, it’s on. So, fellow fatties, if you ever run across Mr. Weidmann, I suggest you gut-check him to the ground and sit on him.

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Diego Duarte
Diego Duarte
4 years ago

@JS

I think they mean JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Never watched it but it’s infamous for their over the top comedy.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
4 years ago

Diego’s right. It’s a manga + anime that’s been running longer than some of us have been alive. It’s a sausage party with plenty of homoeroticism, and there’s no way most of it is accidental.

It’s also pretty memetic…

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
4 years ago

The best part about JOJO’s Bizarre Adventure is that even if you post spoilers, without context you have no idea what’s going on.

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Nathan Hevenstone
4 years ago

Delurk!

@Kupo

Ugh I’m sorry you have to make that choice.

I can very very very very slightly relate… some of my favorite foods include avocado, carrots, and celery (I was a sucker for peanut butter and celery once upon a time). But if I eat them raw, my tongue swells and my throat completely closes now. I think(?) it’s a side effect of my hay fever…

I can still eat them if they’re cooked, and avocado especially I cook a lot… even when I make guacamole or another avocado-based condiment or dip or salad or such.

But I really miss eating them raw… all three are good cooked, but man…

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@Diego

I’m only chiming in with the chorus, but… please stop the diet talk. I have my own methods, but I don’t usually share them, either, because they usually aren’t relevant to anyone but me. And that’s true for every “diet” advice for every person. What works for one person won’t work for another. Weight, fat, what’s considered “healthy”, etc is extremely complicated and there’s way too much we don’t know. And this makes nearly all popular diets quite dangerous.

There is no such thing as a “one size fits all” diet.

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@OP

I always expect anti-Jewish bigotry from these types, but is it just me or is such bigotry becoming more popular these days, even amongst the less right-wing types?

What’s happening?

Amnesia
Amnesia
4 years ago

Ugh, I made a rant on Facebook the other day about the one U.S. rep suggesting they use food stamp and Planned Parenthoods funds to pay for that fucking wall, and of course one guy had to chime in with his anecdata about seeing someone using an EBT card the other day who was twice as big as him and also buying cigarettes.

And he wasn’t even the worst conservative that responded to that post. That’d go to this dude who actually tried to claim that most Americans actually did want the border wall, that Trump is somehow way better than previous administrations and also never cheated on his wives, and wouldn’t accept the transcript of the ‘Grab ‘Em By The Pussy’ video I linked to because BBC was fake news, with second place going to dude claiming that liberals had no business talking about morality or inhumanity as long as they insisted on having abortion around.

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
4 years ago

@Nathan
The 2016 election kind of validated a shit ton of racists to come out of their shells and think they’re given the a okay to be bigoted. “Fortunately” it hasn’t yet escalated to people trying another Oregon Standoff in different parts of the US en masse.
@Amnesia
Anecdotes are fun, like how conservative books on christianity document Atheist Professors’ natural habitat of airplanes. Also my uncle works at Nintendo.

As for the worst guy, that’s pretty much a lost cause all around. At that point a person is pretty much inoculated from any and all forms of reality disrupting his fantasy of a world that validated his beliefs.

Moggie
Moggie
4 years ago

Fujimoto:

About as articulate as the rants from John C. Wright I had been reading. Heartiste sounds very similar to him.

Huh?
(Checks calendar)
Oh hey, the Hugo ballot closes this weekend.

IgnoreSandra
4 years ago

I…wow.

I didn’t know this was a thing! Is there a camp I can report to for free spirolactone and estradiol? How about laser hair removal? Dresses and shoes properly sized for me? No there isn’t? This is just some transmisogynistic paranoid bullcrap?

Aww. I was hoping to better my situation by not spending a fuckload of money per month on the medicine I need.

I also love how “eating soy” is apparently an insult now. Plants are sources of protein too, ass.

OT:

I am now not working overtime. I had a full extra day this week, and three lengthened shifts due to increased business activity last week. Outbound is still on mandatory overtime all of next week, but I’m Inbound. I am so done.

On the plus side, I may be getting a full-time non-temp job with guaranteed periodic raises. I just gotta decide what I want to do about it.

The advantage of being a temp worker is knowing I will leave at a certain time, which is good for my sanity.

The advantages of being full-time include…everything else.

On dieting: I’m fortunate in that my job requires constant movement and standing for multiple hours in a row. I’m less than fortunate in that some days I just can’t force myself to eat at all. So I’m super skinny, and the lack of nutrition is definitely impacting me in multiple ways.

Also, I have a blog now where I’m gonna do let’s plays of video games. Mostly for my sanity.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
4 years ago

For some reason, my level of testosterone have dropped. I guess even inanimate hormones don’t want to have anything to do with heartiste.

mildlymagnificent
mildlymagnificent
4 years ago

kupo

So that family of veggies went from my go-to side dish that I made all the time to a treat I let myself have once a month.

Oh wow! You’re the first person I’ve ‘met’ who has the same dietary limitations as a friend of ours. I’ve never been quite clear about how it works. (She told us about it after she’d had an extended period in hospital with – I think – heart-related, but-more-complicated-than-that, issues. )

She’s never specified the links between 1) eat cruciferous vegetable (or too much of one) and 2) near death experience. It’s not an allergy, I think it’s sort of endocrinological but it may be more/other than that.

Kimstu
Kimstu
4 years ago

Watch out, straight dudes! The government is coming for your manhood!

Or at least that’s the accusation being leveled at internet Nazis.

Speaking of Nazis, Grammar Nazi (Syntax Nazi?) regretfully notes that it appears from the rest of the article that this accusation is being leveled by internet Nazis at the government, rather than at the Nazis themselves.

I wish it were otherwise, since there’s nothing more fun than watching horrible internet shitstains attacking one another.

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

@mildlymagnificent
Oh wow, near death? Well, all I know about crucifers is they’re goitrogens, so they make my Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis worse. The friend might have the same or Graves’ Disease or any number of other thyroid diseases. The thyroid regulates metabolism, which can make you very sick if it gets off in either direction. Hashimoto’s makes it too slow while Graves’ makes it too fast. I think Graves’ can be dangerous for the heart because of the over-production of hormones, iirc.

Kimstu
Kimstu
4 years ago

The ruling class wants a compliant and pacified herd of puppy dogs in place of the White men who could pose a threat to their ill-gotten and corrupted sinecures […]

testosterone is the elixir of the god emperors […]

Our government is evil. It wants to pathologize masculine men

Who wants to bet that at least one of the next five quotes from Weidmann posted here by David contains an allusion to black men as “thugs”, “savages”, “violent”, etc.?

See, “masculine” high-T aggression is wonderful when it’s white guys who have it but simultaneously just the most awful worstest when black guys do. Rational consistency was never one of internet Nazis’ strong points.

Kimstu
Kimstu
4 years ago

(And furthermore!)

the effete low T Globohomo taintlickers that have somehow wormed their way into power

Speaking of rational consistency, it’s a mystery to me how these guys manage to reconcile this sort of rhetoric with the fact that literally the most powerful person in the world right now is the racist sexist asshole they fawningly refer to as their “God-Emperor”. Is Weidmann implying that Trump too is an “effete low T Globohomo taintlicker”, or just that he’s not man enough to resist “effete low T Globohomo taintlicker” policies despite being the most powerful person in the world?

Kimstu
Kimstu
4 years ago

Okay, one more and then I promise I’ll shut up about this topic. But it’s hilarious to see that internet Nazis are as bad at understanding actual science as they are at pretty much all other forms of rational thought.

Here’s a sample of the tizzy fit being thrown in the Nazi article that David linked to:

“In this study, researchers obtained serum testosterone samples from men who had already had their testosterone levels assayed locally. […]”

The blood samples were obtained not from healthy, athletic males, but from males who were already the subjects of other medical studies. In other words, they were largely composed of ordinary people […]

“Previous LabCorp Reference Interval
Adult Male >18 years: 348-1197 ng/dL
Comment: Adult male reference interval is based on a population of lean males up to 40 years old.

New LabCorp Reference Interval […]
Adult Male >18 years: 264-916 ng/dL
Comment: Adult male reference interval is based on a population of healthy nonobese males (BMI <30) between 19 and 39 years old."

The old standard was based on actual healthy males. Now they’ve dropped the standard to “non-obese.”

The hilarious part is that if you look at the actual 2011 research article on which LabCorp says they based their “old standard” higher reference interval, it identifies their subjects as “nonobese healthy men, 19-40 yr old, in the Framingham Heart Study Generation 3”.

That is, the subjects of the 2011 study that formed the basis of the “old standard” were in fact “nonobese healthy males” from an existing medical study, just like the subjects of the 2017 study on which the new reference interval is based. The criteria of “leanness” and “healthiness” that the researchers used were not “dropped” or “broadened” in any way from one study to the other.

So what’s happened is that testosterone-obsessed internet Nazis have made up their own interpretation of somewhat imprecise language in a nontechnical summary designed for the lay reader, without bothering to consult the published research it summarizes, and are throwing a tantrum about an imagined difference in the study populations that doesn’t even exist.

Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ Mels & WWTH

Ah thanks for that. I’d only heard the word used in a context that suggested it was American slang for somewhere else.

Still, I always like to learn a new thing everyday, so that can count. Doubt if I’ll be using it in a lot of conversations though.

Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ cleverforagirl

You’d be surprised at the number of high potassium foods people want to foist on *my dude of the dead kidneys*

It seems like there’s a Father Ted quote for every occasion:

Mrs Doyle: Would you like a cup of tea?

Delivery Man: Ah, no. I have a severe allergy to tea, it’s rare but pretty serious. If I drink some, there’s a 70% chance I’ll die.

Mrs Doyle: Well I’ll just make you a cup in case you change your mind.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
4 years ago

I want to sit down some of these trendy-diet-following idjits with my dietician. That woman is amazing, and she focuses on what is good for the patient, not about preaching some sort of mega-disciplined approach. In fact, she encourages you to treat yourself occasionally (in moderation) so that you don’t get into the deny-deny-deny/binge/feel guilty cycle that can be so harmful.

It’s largely because of her support that I’m managing my diabetes so well. The weight loss I’ve experienced is just a sidebar to my real goal: keeping my A1c below 7 as long as I can to delay the more serious consequences of type 2.

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

@Victorious Parasol
That’s awesome, I’m glad you have such a great dietician. I hope your diabetes stays in check.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
4 years ago

Thanks, kupo! So far, so good. Next A1c check is in a couple months, so we’ll see how I’m doing.

I’m coming up on the first anniversary of my time in the ICU, and I’m thinking of doing something wild and crazy to celebrate my recovery. I’m going to get my hair dyed an unnatural color. Maybe blue or purple. As a bonus, I’ll make a few MGTOWs wail and gnash their teeth!

kupo
kupo
4 years ago

@Victorious Parasol
Sounds fun! A nice side-effect of getting your hair dyed fantasy colors is that even on your worst hair day when you can’t get it to style at all you get compliments. 🙂

Valentine
Valentine
4 years ago

I like the sailor in this picture. That is exactly how i look….in my dreams)))

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
4 years ago

Racists shouldn’t say fam…

Jesalin
Jesalin
4 years ago

Updates and Stuff

If nothing goes wrong, my bottom surgery should be near the end of this September. I wasn’t expecting it to be so soon (as far as I know the wait is usually a minimum of 9 months). I’m both excited and nervous/anxious as all hell about it, not to mention worried that something will happen to fuck things up (especially since very little has gone right with transition)! Also nervous about travelling out of province, even more so since I’ll be going solo because I can’t afford to bring my partner with me.

In other news, I mentioned (last winter, I believe) that I suspected that I’m high-functioning autistic. I haven’t gotten anything official from my assessment yet, but my doctor was talking with the psy-doc who did my assessment and I’m told that he believes that I am as well.

On the diet topic, 7 or so years ago my diet primarily consisted of pasta (mac n cheese, sadly just the boxed stuff), tea/coffee with 3-4 sugar per, bread, potato chips and pop/cola. I used to have a pretty high metabolism but at some point I realized that it had abandoned me (I was in the 180+ lb range) and I reassessed my diet.

I cut out most of the sugar/simple carbs. Except for the occasional treat the only sugar I get is from my tea (2 sugar per, usually about 3 cups per day). Pasta is down from always to occasionally, same with bread, and I cut out almost all junk food. Sadly, as far as weight goes, that didn’t have much effect. Although losing weight would probably be somewhat easier if I left the apartment more than once a month.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
4 years ago

Jesalin, I hope your surgery goes well.

If you’ll accept a suggestion from a stranger on the internet, don’t be too hard on yourself re weight loss. Work with your medical team – they’re going to know you better than anybody here – and try not to beat yourself up if you don’t hit a goal as fast as you want to.

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