According to Zak, testosterone levels play a big role in how a man leans politically. He determined this by analyzing 136 voting-age males throughout the 2012 election season.
Entitled "Testosterone Administration Induces a Red Shift in Democrats," Zak's paper suggests that the higher a man's testosterone levels, the greater the likelihood that he will vote Republican.
"Our results demonstrate that testosterone induces a 'red shift' among weakly-affiliated Democrats," the paper claims.
In his professional biography, Zak has this to say about himself and his credentials:
"His research has made a substantial impact in explaining the variation in human social behaviors and has been cited by other scholars over 18,000 times placing in the top 0.3% of all scholars."
After participants disclosed their political affiliations, researchers gave them either synthetic testosterone or a placebo. Those who received synthetic testosterone ended up moving more towards the right.
"When weakly affiliated Democrats received additional testosterone, the strength of their party fell by 12 percent and they reported 45 percent warmer feelings towards Republican candidates for president," the study explains.
"Before the testosterone treatment, we found that weakly affiliated Democrats had 19 percent higher basal testosterone than those who identified strongly with the party."
Though the effects of the synthetic testosterone waned over time among participants who were either staunch Democrats or weak Republicans, Zak says his team's findings "provide evidence that neuroactive hormones affect political preferences."
These findings are seeing a resurgence long after they were first published because of ongoing discussion today about declining testosterone levels in the United States. Tucker Carlson of Fox News is one media personality who brought the issue up in a recent documentary, prompting backlash from The New York Times.
Declining testosterone is largely a factor of diet, as the American food supply is loaded with toxins like soy byproducts that are known to decrease testosterone while increasing estrogen.
The constant assault on masculinity and manliness in American society is also driving men to become more effeminate.
Loading them up with synthetic testosterone just to get them to vote Republican is probably a really bad idea, though, as the concept suggests mind control through drugging.
The left is pushing this same idea with the proposition of "morality pills" that would reprogram people's minds to make them more obedient to the government's Wuhan coronavirus "vaccine" and mask mandates, for instance.
Do we really want bureaucrats posing as "public health experts" telling everyone that they must take pharmaceutical drugs in order to vote "correctly" and become more obedient to their government slave masters?
Bioethicist Parker Crutchfield proposed last summer forcing people to take a "morality pill" to produce "moral enhancement" as the government defines it. This, he said, "would make people more likely to adhere to social norms such as wearing masks and adhering to social distancing guidelines."
Carlson's solution to the low testosterone issue is to expose one's body, and particularly one's genitals, to red light. This can be done in natural sunlight or with a red light-producing product such as the ones sold by Joovv.
"The published data around light therapy and testosterone production is pretty light, but the limited evidence is fairly compelling," said Scott Nelson, the co-founder of Joovv, in an email to the Times.
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