I recall hearing, a few years ago, a theory that high-T men are more likely to produce daughters and lower-T men are more likely to produce sons. I even read in some running magazine (I was into long-distance running back then) that a man could help determine the sex of his child by altering his training volume (of running) at the time of conception (which, I suppose, affects hormone levels.)
Whatever article I read about this had a couple historical examples of wussy men who fathered mostly sons or manly men who fathered mostly daughters. Actually, the only one I can remember offhand was that Oscar Wilde only had sons. But I was just reminded of it now, looking at heavythrower’s pics of his 2 daughters and cupcake’s 3 daughters. And, if memory serves, Don Alessi has 3 daughters as well. I haven’t been on the Forum very long, but I don’t recall offhand anyone mentioning having a multitude of sons.
Supposedly, the evolutionary reason for this phenomenon has something to do with keeping T-levels toward the mean. . .I don’t 100% understand it, but I suppose a high-T man would produce high-T daughters, whose T would be lower than the average of both sexes, rather than producing super-high-T sons who are off the chart. And a low-T man would produce low-T sons, whose T would still be above the average for both sexes (because they are male), instead of super-low-T daughters, who are off the chart on the low end.
Anyone heard of this before? Any truth to it? Anyone considered taking this into account to determine the sex of their child (such as, for example, laying off the Tribex when trying to conceive if you want a son?)