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I understand more and more things about cisgender men the how to get rid of ants in your house longer I’m on testosterone. I know why teenage boys use so much axe now. I understand the crying thing. I know why they accidentally break things. I know why they wear shorts in the snow. I know why so many of them don’t use washcloths. I see everything.

• testosterone makes you warm. With young men especially it can actually get really uncomfortable how to get rid of ants in your house while their testosterone levels are at their peak. Often times coats and winter pants will keep in all how to get rid of ants in your house their heat and it gets uncomfortable. So it makes sense to pick a part of the how to get rid of ants in your house body to be exposed to help them stay cool. The legs tend to be the least uncomfortable part of how to get rid of ants in your house the body to feel cold on. The arms are uncomfortable, the face hurts when it gets cold, and the torso is where all the important stuff is. It doesn’t actually hurt that much to have your lower legs how to get rid of ants in your house exposed and there’s no important organs there so that’s what they go with to keep themselves from overheating how to get rid of ants in your house in their winter jackets. Along this same vein, they might take their shirts off to jog or just how to get rid of ants in your house have a naked torso in general during the summer because how to get rid of ants in your house they’re in more danger of overheating than estrogen dominant people. Older men, children, and estrogen dominant people tend to do this stuff less how to get rid of ants in your house because they have less testosterone and are therefore colder.

• the axe thing is because of testosterone as well. Early on in puberty especially and into adulthood as well how to get rid of ants in your house boys and men will stink no matter how hard they how to get rid of ants in your house try. People often complain about how men don’t shower enough and while there is some truth to how to get rid of ants in your house that testosterone makes you sweaty and it makes your smell how to get rid of ants in your house last longer. It doesn’t smell worse than women’s BO, but it is harder to get rid of and easier how to get rid of ants in your house to get. Before I started taking T I could get away with how to get rid of ants in your house taking a shower every other day or even every three how to get rid of ants in your house days. Now I have to take a shower every day. And some days when I shower, put on deodorant, put body spray on my clothes, avoid heavy physical activity, I still end up smelling awful. I just smell bad and there’s only so much I can do about it and how to get rid of ants in your house that bottle of axe starts looking really tempting.

• with crying? Testosterone just makes you cry less. You still feel all the same emotions. You just don’t cry as much. Men are often socialized to not cry, yes, but even those who haven’t been taught that still cry less. That’s just how testosterone works. They hit puberty and then it’s just harder to cry. It doesn’t necessarily mean they feel less than estrogen dominant people how to get rid of ants in your house or that they’re repressed. They just have a different physical reaction to emotion.

• they accidentally break things because testosterone makes it easier to how to get rid of ants in your house gain muscle. Sometimes you even do it without meaning to. I already accidentally grabbed or slammed things too hard. Now I have to consciously be gentle. Some people forget about being gentle for a split second. Then things break. Sometimes I look at my hands now like what the how to get rid of ants in your house hell did I just do. Relearning how to know my own strength. It’s a learning process.

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