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Clothing Chemicals Turn Men Into Women?

–Greenpeace finds toxic chemicals in many popular clothing brands, but that will not happen with David Pakman Show tshirts. ON THE BONUS SHOW: Bisexual men’s existence confirmed, and where is Louis on the Kinsey scale, Gaddafi has photo album of Condi Rice, audible farting banned by Marines in Afghanistan, more The David Pakman Show is an internationally syndicated talk radio and television program hosted by David Pakman www.davidpakman.com http www.davidpakman.com www.facebook.com www.twitter.com feeds.feedburner.com 24/7 Voicemail Line & Studio Number: (219)-2DAVIDP Broadcast on August 25, 2011

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24 thoughts on “Clothing Chemicals Turn Men Into Women?

  1. The thing is, low levels of and trace amounts of are two very different measurements. If the shirts only have trace amounts then i don’t care, but low levels of toxic chemicals could mean something dangerous. I wish this report was more specific.

  2. @CodenameWraith “The investigation involved the analysis of 78 articles of sports and recreational clothing and shoes bearing the logos of 15 leading clothing brands. The 15 brands were: Abercombie & Fitch, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Converse, GAP, G-Star RAW, H&M, Kappa, Lacoste, Li Ning, Nike, Puma, Ralph Lauren, Uniqlo and Youngor.” Source: greenpeace(dot)org/dirtylaundr­y2.pdf

  3. David, sex determination in fish (like reptiles) happens as a result of environmental cues while sex determination in humans has a direct genetic basis. Humans are much less unacceptable to endocrine disrupting chemicals than other vertebrates. I would be happier if you just presented this case as a possible impact to wildlife rather than mixing the threat to humans which is minimal. BTW – I am a wildlife toxicologist and would be happy to talk further beyond the limitation of y-tube comments

  4. As I woman I say this: NOOOOOOO!!!

    Don’t take men away from us; I adore men just as I adore women. It’s the differences between us that make us so special. I truly hope we don’t face a future of androgynous men; I can’t think of anything worse. I love men as they are and don’t want them to change. This is a feminist position, despite what you hear.

  5. This is true, there are chemicals used in clothing and other industries that affect hormonal levels in men and women. Perhaps plastics are to blame for feminine men and masculine women. The social implications of the changed chemistry in men and women as a result of these chemicals may influence and be part of the cause of homosexuality which as of yet has not been explained scientifically.

  6. @TheHeronofalexandria I do. If it gets into your lungs it can cause asphyxiation and cerebral hypoxia. Can you believe it’s just being dumped into our oceans all the time?

  7. not all chemicals are deadly, or even bad. Also, in such small amounts they will not have an effect on you for just wearing. Also, find me an alternative.

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