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News from 2011 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2065528/Polluted-water-supply-turning-gay-warns-angry-mayor.html >Mayor Jose Benitez has revealed that the metal strontium has got in the water supply - and warned of its apparent side-effects. >'Unfortunately strontium reduces male hormones and suddenly we'll be as Tabalosos, where the percentages are increasing of homosexuality,' he announced, So I checked the internet a little and: https://www.awwa.org/legislation-regulation/regulations/drinking-water-regulation.aspx >In the Final Third Regulatory Determinations, if EPA continues on its path to regulate strontium, a final rule would be expected in 2019 or 2020 Strontium is still not regulated. Strontium is REALLY turning the frigging frogs gay, it has for many years now. This is why the nu-male epidemic happened. #strontiumgate


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>The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data suggest that elevations in urinary mandelic acid, and strontium levels are negatively related to low serum testosterone levels in adult men. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4440739/ Negatively related means that, as strontium increases, testosterone decreases

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>>227746 Yeah... have in consideration there's several species of amphibians that changes sex naturally. So for frogs it should be easier to go all trans. I think the most damaging factor in men's mental and physical health is education (current year makes affeminate men) and overall feeding habits. A guy needs his protein from meat in order to generate testosterone, which explains why so many vegans are so gay...

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Can water filters even remove strontium

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