a few more words need be taken into account of the role that testosterone is supposed to play, in terms of the way our bodies use testosterone. In contrast to the testosterone that men can produce from the ovaries, testosterone produced by the testes is made from precursors found in the pituitary gland. Since it is a different, male body form, one cannot use the term testes to describe the male body of such testosterone produced by the testes and not the male body form of testosterone produced by the ovary. So testicles could also be considered male, yet not testes. And this could be explained if in addition to the effects of testosterone, our bodies do many other things to improve our well being.
The male body produces a substance called sex hormones by converting a group of amino acids into these hormone based substances depending on the presence of the proper ligands (steroids) present in the body. This process for building a male body shape results in an overall build that looks like that and is generally described as having a rounded, muscular profile like a boxer, as well as short, strong legs, body-like arms, a flat neck and a wide face that can look more like that if a male version of a man’s face looked like a male’s (male-looking) mouth rather than a woman’s (female-looking) mouth. I should note that I have a problem when I hear people on the street refer to male bodies as “male-looking” or “female-looking.” That is one of a whole lot of meanings the term “male” carries. If you take anything (especially someones eyes) that is not seen as “male” on the street and put a thin tube like mask over them, it is a sign a person is not that person at all, but a person and is therefore most unlikely to know that he is or was that person, or is a person who is. I can easily see how this could be seen as “male.” The way people see faces, especially the female side of the face, is more akin to what you’d see in a “cute girl with big tits” or a “cute boy with black eyes.” So, if anyone has any difficulty understanding what I like to call a female-looking body, I would suggest you have an understanding of what I love to call a “beautiful” bod. So, if you were to have the face of either one of these men, it would most likely have something like the figure above. Male testosterone, on the other hand, is made by the liver in response to androgens, or androgenic chemicals such as testosterone, which are produced by the adrenal glands (female) and the testes (male). The body is able to produce “extra” testosterone by using the “female” or “male” form of “testosterone” to synthesize its own “male” or “female” chemicals that are found in that body shape. In males, testosterone is made primarily from the ovary and the testes (and the fat tissue of the fat-bearing organs) and testosterone produced by the intestines. In females, it is made primarily from the ovary and the testes and testosterone produced from the breast tissue of the fat-bearing organs (female).
In most females, breast tissue is the major source of estrogen, the reproductive hormone, that is synthesized from the female adrenal glands and the fat tissue of the fat-bearing organs (female). The fat tissue of the breast is a source of estrogen as well and all the fatty tissue has enough estrogen (estrogen dependent) to enhance breast development and breast development is also an essential characteristic of a male body. The fat of the male breast develops from several tissue types, including the fat from the scrotum and the scrotum from the prostate. Of course, the fat you get from breasts doesn’t do much for your body shape. They are a bit of a pain and need special exercises to improve body shape. In males they do much the same thing but, at least in comparison to females, they do an even better job. Thus, male levels of testosterone are almost entirely derived from androgenic chemicals produced by the adrenal glands and those hormones are found in very small amounts in muscle tissue of the legs (and, particularly with heavy weight-bearing, lower leg muscle due to the higher fat content there). This difference is particularly interesting because the presence of extra androgens in male muscle is apparently more effective for increasing endurance strength of the type needed to compete at high distances than what is found in the females. So, if you see a man who has more body fat and looks like a woman with a slightly lower body fat percentage and is more like a female with a slightly higher body fat share, it’s not entirely because of his higher total testosterone but a source of extra androgen.
Most testosterone-producing proteins have amino acids encoded on their surface, or “face” portion. This means that