Higher Sperm Counts Are a Breeze with a Kilt
Low sperm count got you down? The problem might not be in your pants — the problem may be pants themselves.See, ladies? Men in kilts are even more virile than their bifurcated-lower garment wearing brethren. Like we needed more proof...
Researchers believe wearing kilts — the skirtlike garments long associated with Scottish bagpipers — could enhance men's fertility while also providing psychological benefits.
And there is no way this study was biased, being done in Scotland or anything:
And the healthiest, most virile way to wear a kilt? "Regimental style," the study authors suggest — also known as "going commando," or simply "not wearing any underwear."Sorry ladies. This manly specimen is taken:
"There are strong psychological benefits associated with kilt wearing," the researchers noted, "most notably (a) a feeling of masculinity and pride and (b) positive attention from sexual admirers.
Thanks to Brad_in_MA for the link!