originalwhip:

This fabulous illustration by my good friend Kathy Garcia graces the pages of my Tomorrow magazine piece “The End of Male.” I report on the mounting body of scientific evidence connecting birth defects and declining fertility among males to a proliferation of chemicals from plastics and cosmetics in the environment. Many researchers believe these chemicals, called endocrine disruptors, could have a feminizing effect on male bodies—and possibly male brains and behavior—while they’re still in the womb.
It’s heavy shit. To lighten it up, I also get a fertility test of my own and make Ru Paul jokes.
Enjoy!

originalwhip:

This fabulous illustration by my good friend Kathy Garcia graces the pages of my Tomorrow magazine piece “The End of Male.” I report on the mounting body of scientific evidence connecting birth defects and declining fertility among males to a proliferation of chemicals from plastics and cosmetics in the environment. Many researchers believe these chemicals, called endocrine disruptors, could have a feminizing effect on male bodies—and possibly male brains and behavior—while they’re still in the womb.

It’s heavy shit. To lighten it up, I also get a fertility test of my own and make Ru Paul jokes.

Enjoy!

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