- Feb 8, 2019
It's just the same kid lifting his head up.
This is what prenetal T really does to a male face according to actual studies:
enough with these pop science meme graphs.
Not even a good personality can save you from subhumanity, sweet summerchild, but this doesn't mean you should not improve it or you end up as bitter as the other selfhating virgins on heredamn, are you sure that's the reason? what if its my personality or confidence or charisma?
Those were also the guidlines for the participants in the study I am refering to in the OP, here:(c) Facial photographs and measurement points
Frontal photographs were taken with a digital reflex camera (Canon EOS 300D) and a 116 mm lens. To standardize the photographs, all children were advised to look straight into the camera with neutral facial expression, to remove their glasses or any facial adornment and to tie their hair back. The camera was positioned at eye height 3.5 m away from the face. Studio lights helped standardize the light conditions. The children's heads were adjusted according to the Frankfort Horizontal Plane . Photographs not meeting the standardization criteria (e.g. with laterally turned or smiling faces) were excluded.
Maybe before making such stupid claims, actually read the studies and realize it just looks like that cause the low prenatal T cuck has a narrower jaw, significantly bigger neurocranium and longer nose (with a bigger fleshier tip)
Oh and the study: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rspb.2011.2351
I never said your study was wrong either (I've already come across this study btw) so you're fighting a strawman here.Those were also the guidlines for the participants in the study I am refering to in the OP, here:
Link to "my" study
The test persons from that study were older than the ones in "your" study, but it was still only about prenetal T (Facial features in correlation with digit ratio).
The graph from the other study also shows these differences, what's your point? It's different things that bug me.
The completely different shape of the ears, and the exaggerated difference in neck thickness (musculature difference is not that severe in children, even when you compare a girl with a boy) is a dead giveaway that they used angle-play to make the faces look more prenetal T. more or less unwillingly.
The highly arched eyebrows also look like the female template of prenetal T:
all in all it just looks like all the facial differences that occur when you lift your head up/down.
It looks different than the test results for men in the other study, especially the eyebrows:
Maybe the guidelines for the children in that study you link weren't strict enough, regarding head tilt an all.
This sounds unlikely, but there has to be some reason why it looks so different than in the other study.
However I will take back the term "pop science meme graph".
The more to the right, the higher the overall androgen exposure was