Soya: good or bad for you?

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Since: Jun 07

Scranton, PA

#1 Aug 28, 2010

What nailed it for me was the alleged ubiquity of soy in all the junk food and processed food. How there was a doomsday essay that in the near future there would be zero men in the world because of soy contamination. All machinery would stop running the world because women and gay men usually do not have a knack for mechanical machinery. This essay woke me and my wife up. The cause of why our son at 1 year old seemed like a baklita was probably soya.

What did we do? Like any good scientist, we just stopped all soya intake. We stopped buying any soya contaminated food for the home. We stopped buying taho.

The results? In less than a month, our son had stopped being a "baklita". All the arguments against soya were true... for our son. We were believers. We had our son back. Our MALE son. In our experience - effeminate-ness is not genetic... in our experience, it was soya and estrogens in the diet that was causing gayness. And we had solved our son's problem.

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