Men Are Becoming Weaker — And It’s Bad News For Everyone

Joe Elvin
5 min readDec 28, 2021
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This planet is suffering from an epidemic of weak and sloppy men.

How weak and sloppy, you ask?

  • In a 2016 study, British men were instructed to rate their masculinity, on a scale of “completely masculine” to “completely feminine”. Only 2% of young adults (aged 18 to 24) rated themselves as “completely masculine”, compared to 56% of older men (65+).
  • In 2020, a third of young men (aged 18 to 24) reported having experienced NO sexual activity in the past 12 months; a significant increase in sexless young men compared to the start of the decade.
  • In August 2020, OnlyFans had around 1.2 million content creators (mostly female sex workers) and 50 million paying customers (mostly men). In December 2020, OnlyFans founder Tim Stokely claimed its user base was growing at a rate of 500,000 per day.

If you’re a man who fits into any of these statistics, it’s probably not your fault. Society has trained you to be this way.

Why Are Modern Men Less Masculine?

Once you understand how you’re subconsciously being trained to become less masculine, you’ll begin to see how you can go against the grain.

So, let’s explore…

Testosterone levels are dropping by 1% per year

Testosterone is the male sex hormone. It’s believed to be responsible for libido, muscle growth and the development of masculine features. It has been plummeting since the early 1980s.

A landmark study, published in a 2007 edition of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, concluded that men’s average testosterone levels have been dropping by 1% every year since 1980.

There are lots of crazy theories behind why this is happening. Some are blaming mobile phone signals, plastic food wrapping and soy. Others point to the traces of female birth control products found in tap water. But there’s little evidence to support these claims.

More likely, it’s due to an increase in obesity levels and a decrease in men’s physical activity over the years. A drop in cigarette usage has probably played a role, as has the way modern…

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Joe Elvin

I help men to escape their comfort zones, improve their self-esteem and make smarter dating decisions. Buy my book 'Big Dick Energy' at https://amzn.to/3HxnwiH