It has always been thought that higher testosterone in a man makes him more masculine.

However according to new science, a man’s environment may impact how he appears and sounds far more than the testosterone hormone.

 

Deeper Voice

One thing that all men wish they had, is a Vin Diesel style voice that makes women weak at the knees. However new science has found that a deeper voice has nothing to do with attracting women.

A deep voice according to studies occurs in order to impress other men, or at least state your dominance over them.

This suggests that a man with a deep voice spends a lot of time around other men, hence the deep voice arms race.

It would seem as though the body compares your voice to those around you and decides to start competing. If all of the men around you have weak voices, or if you’re surrounded by women all day, then your voice will have no reason to become deeper than average.

However, if your Father, Uncle and Grandfather were Vin Diesel, James Earl Jones and Barry White, and you spent a lot of time around them growing up, chances are your voice would match that of a bullfrog.

Many believe that higher testosterone is responsible for a deeper voice, however this could only be part of the cause. Just take Mike Tyson or Canelo Alvarez as examples. These are men with very high voices, yet both are physical specimens and dominate other men on a daily basis.

A deep voice is a display to the men you’re around that you are the superior male. In fact studies found that men were more likely to comment on a man’s voice than women if it was particularly deep sounding.

 

Penis Size

Again when it came to penis size, most believed that it represented the amount of testosterone a man had. However new science is suggesting that penis size correlates to how promiscuous the females within your environment are.

It explains why 400 pound, testosterone fuelled and extremely strong Gorillas have 1 inch penises. In the gorilla world, a single “alpha male” mates with all of the females. Therefore he has no competition in a sexual sense. His competition comes in a physical sense via fighting for the right to mate with all of the females, hence the focus on strength and size.

As soon as the females begin to become more promiscuous, penis size begins to increase. It now becomes a competition and a display of health.

This explains why men living in Africa have the largest penises and men in India have the smallest. In Africa sex is very common with very few restrictions. However in India arranged marriages and religious beliefs mean that a man doesn’t have to compete for a woman, she has been pre-selected and penis size is meaningless.

 

Conclusion

With this evidence, it adds to the argument of nurture over nature. Yes genetics play a small part to how we appear, but a repetitive environment will eventually cause greater effects than we previously imagined.

We now know in the modern era that most of who we are isn’t genetic. Your face, body, voice and penis size are all impacted by the way you live day to day, which is fascinating and certainly eye opening for anyone who feels as though they got dealt a genetic short straw.

The ghetto’s of America are perfect examples. With promiscuous females and high male competition, it’s no wonder that the stereotype of the deep talking, muscular and well above average African-American male is so widely believed.

It has always been thought that higher testosterone in a man makes him more masculine.

However according to new science, a man's environment may impact how he appears and sounds far more than the testosterone hormone.

 

Deeper Voice

One thing that all men wish they had, is a Vin Diesel style voice that makes women weak at the knees. However new science has found that a deeper voice has nothing to do with attracting women.

A deep voice according to studies occurs in order to impress other men, or at least state your dominance over them.

This suggests that a man with a deep voice spends a lot of time around other men, hence the deep voice arms race.

It would seem as though the body compares your voice to those around you and decides to start competing. If all of the men around you have weak voices, or if you're surrounded by women all day, then your voice will have no reason to become deeper than average.

However, if your Father, Uncle and Grandfather were Vin Diesel, James Earl Jones and Barry White, and you spent a lot of time around them growing up, chances are your voice would match that of a bullfrog.

Many believe that higher testosterone is responsible for a deeper voice, however this could only be part of the cause. Just take Mike Tyson or Canelo Alvarez as examples. These are men with very high voices, yet both are physical specimens and dominate other men on a daily basis.

A deep voice is a display to the men you're around that you are the superior male. In fact studies found that men were more likely to comment on a man's voice than women if it was particularly deep sounding.

 

Penis Size

Again when it came to penis size, most believed that it represented the amount of testosterone a man had. However new science is suggesting that penis size correlates to how promiscuous the females within your environment are.

It explains why 400 pound, testosterone fuelled and extremely strong Gorillas have 1 inch penises. In the gorilla world, a single "alpha male" mates with all of the females. Therefore he has no competition in a sexual sense. His competition comes in a physical sense via fighting for the right to mate with all of the females, hence the focus on strength and size.

As soon as the females begin to become more promiscuous, penis size begins to increase. It now becomes a competition and a display of health.

This explains why men living in Africa have the largest penises and men in India have the smallest. In Africa sex is very common with very few restrictions. However in India arranged marriages and religious beliefs mean that a man doesn't have to compete for a woman, she has been pre-selected and penis size is meaningless.

 

Conclusion

With this evidence, it adds to the argument of nurture over nature. Yes genetics play a small part to how we appear, but a repetitive environment will eventually cause greater effects than we previously imagined.

We now know in the modern era that most of who we are isn't genetic. Your face, body, voice and penis size are all impacted by the way you live day to day, which is fascinating and certainly eye opening for anyone who feels as though they got dealt a genetic short straw.

The ghetto's of America are perfect examples. With promiscuous females and high male competition, it's no wonder that the stereotype of the deep talking, muscular and well above average African-American male is so widely believed.