Fri
Sep 16 2011 8:03am

Single Dads, No Moxie

Poor guys. As though being a single dad weren’t hard enough, now science finds that testosterone levels greatly decrease after a male fathers a child. High levels of testosterone are good when hunting a mate, but are detrimental in long-term relationships. So science compensates by figuring once a guy is a dad, he doesn’t need his predatorial drive as much.

But what about single fathers? Not only do they have to worry about babysitting, now they have to worry they’ll have the testosterone oomph to find another lady to love them. 

Add to that ruling a kingdom, or overseeing their billions, or dealing with their multinational conglomerate—it’s a wonder they muster their oomph at all (if you know what we mean).

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