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The Sneak Attack – Men Being Feminized

Gender Bending Chemicals


Why Gender Bending Is Trending

If you are a man, and you want to hold on to your manhood, or… If you are a woman, and you want to hold on to your womanhood, then you JUST MIGHT want to tune in to the following information!

In this interview on Ice Radio, Dr Curtis Duncan exposes the conspiracy of men being feminized and women being masculinized.  This is very controversial material, but it is factually based.  Listen and find out:

  • The hidden dangers of gender bending chemicals, how human beings are being genetically modified by them to be sick and infertile, how they are found throughout the entire world, and why their effects will be felt for generations to come
  • How men are being feminized, emasculated, and sterilized in the womb
  • Why men today are lazy, fat, impotent, dumber, infertile, have smaller penises, and less interested in having sex with real women and seek out porn instead
  • The hidden chemicals found in condoms which sterilize men and cause impotence
  • How birth control pill actually masculinizes women and feminizes men and how it was invented by two eugenicists who used women as guinea pigs to test the pill and murdered them in the process
  • And much, much, much, much, more!


Men Being Feminized – EXPOSED


Don’t be scared, be prepared.  Want to know what you can do?  Be sure to place your order for the highly informative recording for men, The Chemical Feminization and Emasculation of Men  or, Harmed by Hormones: How Estrogenic Chemicals Make Women Sick, Fat, and Manly, to find out how to avoid chemicals that are feminizing, sterilizing and emasculating men while causing breast, uterine, and ovarian cancer, early puberty, fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS, female infertility, miscarriages, and obesity in women.


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4 Comments to “The Sneak Attack – Men Being Feminized”

  1. MJ says:

    Here is a type of response via a blog to your essay: people coming to Thailand to experience transgender “ladyboys” as sexual partners, where they were heterosexual in their own (Western) countries, why is this happening?

  2. Interesting,

    Well… I guess maybe this info is the answer to that question.

    It’s also interesting to note that it is reported that the Asian diet consists of higher amounts of Soy and Tofu (which are both highly estrogenic). And Thailand is known for ladyboys, feminization etc.

  3. MJ says:

    The Thai women are so extremely strong too, perhaps masculinized as well. The benefit for this as a tourist here is that getting massages from a Thai woman is like getting the best deep-muscle therapy massage from superwoman. In America, I asked male body builder massage therapists–guys all puffed up on hormones and bench-pressing– to please go deeper and stronger in the massage and they just could not. In Thailand, these women sit around all day, maybe getting a little exercise in the mornings, and that is all, they are stronger than American men by far.

  4. MJ says:

    I asked the Thai women why they think they are so strong, and they say it’s because of the hot chilis they eat. I think no parasites can survive eating these hot Asian “birdseye” red hot chilis. Maybe less parasites in the body means stronger people? However, to make a large generalization, Thai people I have met lack incentive to study and use their minds outside any boundaries. When it comes to cross dressing for women, women get ostracized or even killed. The acceptance of males to transgender appearance is welcomed, but with women it is either dangerous or risking insult to display anything outside the norm of being “sexy”. Also, for a woman to be fat here is openly ridiculed in tv commercials and in society, there are extremely strict gender zones for women, it’s extremely oppressive. But not for men…

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