- Nov 3, 2021
- 22d 8h 30m
My father used to tell me that "sex should never be a man's problem." I coped my way out of believing him for a long time so I never asked him to elaborate on that. (He probably would have coped his way out of that belief himself if he had been an incel). My giga high IQ self thought "hey, I'm not getting into any pointless drama because of sex, so it's not a problem for me, right?", but I bet what he meant was that getting sex shouldn't be a problem for a man. And now I realize this was especially important when he was saying it to me, i.e., while I was still a teen.
As we know, sex lowers stress, improves bonding, etc., so we rot in a sea of cortisol while Chad and foids don't even know what depression is.
So, why does this especially apply to us as teenagers? The teenagelovepill strikes again:
- Among all the other things, sex also causes more testosterone to be released ("testosterone levels increased 36% among men during a visit to the sex club")
- Testosterone plays an important role in puberty
- Once you miss out on that T boost, you're doomed to join incels.is later in your life if you haven't already done so
- You get bullied or abused (or witness abuse like your parents fighting) as a teen and/or you're friendless
- Your resulting cortisol accumulates and lowers your T while you're supposed to be going through puberty
- Genetic dead end
If this is true, then it's even more important for teens to max and friendmax instead of LDARing. However, below a certain threshold, no dosage of can change the fact that you've been convicted of being an abomination by society. Also, trying harder can backfire because it gives others even more of an opportunity to humiliate you. To these forsaken souls, I'd recommend the and coping as much as possible to at least mitigate the stress.
I know there are different kinds of testosterone. I don't know 1) which kinds are released during sex, 2) which kinds are affected by the presence of cortisol, and 3) which kinds play a role in "blooming" during puberty. If these don't overlap, then this whole blackpill is wrong. I'll appreciate it if someone helps clarify this; medicine is too high-IQ for me.