Brazilian Waxing Can Lead to Homosexuality, Scientists Say

Despite growing evidence that suggests homosexuality is an inherited trait, many argue that it can also be an adopted behavior. The Brazilian Bikini Wax is the removal of all hair from the anus area to the groin area, and is remarkably popular among the homosexual male population. After performing this type of hair removal on only heterosexual men in a controlled study group, scientists have allegedly confirmed that being homosexual is partially man-made, and not completely determined by a person’s genetics.

Scientists performed the waxing technique on one hundred heterosexual male volunteers. Prior to the waxing, their hormone levels were tested to verify the men had normal levels of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. After the waxing procedure, 94% of participants revealed an 89% increase in their estrogen levels.

For comparison purposes, hair removal was then performed by use of a razor and shaving cream on the same areas. Both before and after the shaving experiment portion of the study, all hormone levels remained normal upon testing. To determine what, exactly, caused their estrogen levels to increase, we created a wax using different chemicals than the first.

When the hair had fully grown back, after approximately five weeks, scientists at the Wyoming Institute of Technology performed the waxes again, but with the new formula. After the hair removal, hormone levels were again tested, and the results were shocking. An unprecedented 96% of participants had an increase in estrogen levels of over 85%. To see if this had any effect on their sexuality, surveys were sent to the participants for anonymous response.

Out of the 75% of participants that responded, half claimed to have had little to no attraction to their heterosexual partners post-waxing, and 22% admitted to actually having at least one homosexual encounter since the waxing. Several male participants contacted scientists with updates. Roughly 16% said they were now homosexual, while over 30% say they often struggled to suppress gay feelings.

In conclusion, the Brazilian Bikini Wax does cause heterosexual men to at least develop homosexual tendencies. The study has caused alarming fear among the heterosexual community; as women now fear that receiving the same vain treatment may turn them into homosexual women as well.

For scientific reasons, the research on this study has continued. The conclusive determination is that when hair is ripped out from the groin area, a man’s body will produce excessive amounts  estrogen. A formula is in progress, that would allow for heterosexual men to receive this type of waxing without also having fears of becoming homosexual.


  1. Dr. Amanda Black, PhD

    October 13, 2014 at 5:05 pm

    So what about laser hair removal? Would it have similar effects? I may have to delve into this theory myself.

  2. Huggins

    October 13, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    Laser hair removal, to the best of our knowledge, does not have similar side effects. Waxing pulls hair out directly from under the skin, whereas laser hair removal is less invasive.

  3. Sofia Korhonen

    October 19, 2014 at 10:21 pm

    The sexual behavior and sexual orientation is different things. Increase of level of an estrogen can change sexual behavior, but not orientation. It seems it is already passable stage? Treatment by hormones?
    (Sorry for my English).

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