Men who are physically strong are more likely to have right wing political views
Men who are strong are more likely to take a right-wing stance, while weaker men support the welfare state, researchers claim.
Their study discovered a link between a man’s upper-body strength and their political views.
Scientists from Aarhus University in Denmark collected data on bicep size, socio-economic status and support for economic redistribution from hundreds in America, Argentina and Denmark.
This is hilarious. Professor Michael Petersen’s comment adds a cute cherry on top — “In all three countries, physically strong males consistently pursued the self-interested position on redistribution.” In other words, ‘Let us interpret my findings in light of Darwinism and leftist bias, shall we? After all, we must continue to propagate the lie that conservatism is about individualism and selfishness.’ In reality, this probably has a lot to do with the psychological strength of men who take seriously the physical virtues, while liberal men are most often effeminate. There can be no doubt that males who are active and fit are more aware of themselves as masculine figures, as they are more in tune with their persons. Much follows from that.