Science! Harvard Disputes the Idea That Testosterone and Masculinity are Connected
“masculinity is changing for the better”
When stories like this come up, don’t you think someone at Harvard Medical School should be asked to go on record with a response?
The College Fix reports:
Harvard says masculinity and testosterone are not ‘connected’
Last week we learned that the University of California instructs staff in the Office of the President that “female” and “woman” are “not necessarily linked” as concepts.
This week we learned that Harvard University insists, without a modifier such as “necessarily,” that masculinity and testosterone are not “connected.”
Harvard University Press International is promoting one of its new books, co-authored by Brooklyn College cultural anthropologist Katrina Karkazis. She’s also a senior research fellow with the Global Health Justice Partnership at Yale University.
The book “debunks the commonly held idea that testosterone and masculinity are connected,” according to the academic press.
This month’s @GQMagazine focuses on why masculinity is changing for the better. In it, @Karkazis, co-author of Testosterone, debunks the commonly held idea that testosterone and masculinity are connected. https://t.co/Qtkk8Gbsxt
— Harvard University Press International (@HarvardUPLondon) October 16, 2019
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When you “scientist” is a cultural anthropologist, you get weird crap like this in the name of “science”.
Hey “scientist”, what experiments have you performed to support and verify your hypothesis? We’d like to try replicating your results.
So that means no testosterone for individuals with XX chromosomes who identify as male?