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Why Fathers Have Lower Levels of Testosterone?: Perhaps cultural dynamics may be at work, says Robin Simon, a sociology professor at Wake Forest University who studies gender and parenthood, among other things. “I’m not familiar with the gendered context of parenting in the Philippines, but primary parenting at least in the U.S. is considered to be a female activity,” says Simon. “Maybe men might find it emasculating.”

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