i've been thinking about this, and i don't think this study is necessarily what will happen in men.
as we know, AI's are way stronger in women than in men. i don't think that matters as far as this interaction is concerned, however.
but, SERMs don't increase testosterone in women, and also don't really raise estrogen in women, either. however, they do raise estrogen (as well as LH and test) in men.
^i think in reference to dealing with gyno, we don't want the SERM to increase estrogen any more than we need. so we don't necessarily wanna take the strongest SERM on cycle to treat gyno (nolva), but instead take the weakest SERM (raloxifene), which happens to also be the most effective SERM at treating gyno.