Did you know that men also have cycles?

Did you know that men also have cycles?
Did you know that men also have cycles?

Female cycles are well known, they occur every month, are sometimes painful, causing mood swings. Well, men also have cycles, but very few people know about them, it’s overestimated. However, this awareness could well help them experience more fulfilling relationships.

“Several years ago, when I kept a logbook which explained how I felt based on my cycle in the end,” explains Olivier Mageren, sexologist and co-creator of “Have you ever had a tête-à-tête with your penis? “. I quickly realized that there were more slack periods and I did not understand this phenomenon. So I did some research, especially with my sexology studies, but as I had not been never talked about hormonal cycles in men, I couldn’t have known that’s what it was.

Testosterone cycles are variable, they can occur several times during the day. A phenomenon that can affect the mood of men.

Following this research, the sexologist produced a logbook entitled “Have you ever had a tête-à-tête with your penis?”

“At the beginning of the booklet, we give information on the subject,” says Olivier Mageren. Following the notebook, sheets are to be filled in, they correspond to the 12 months of the year and the owner of the diary must complete the libido peaks , his desires, his emotions… Knowing that there are fluctuations which are natural and can depend on many parameters such as the seasons, the sun, vitamin D. This is something quite reassuring in humans and. This allows him to tell himself that he is not unusual.”

A documentary which brings together 16 testimonies from men was also produced. A film that is aimed at both men and women.

“Each man feels his cycle according to his personality, his desires and his culture too, confides Benjamin Ries, director of the documentary “Cycles and Men”. Testifying in this documentary was not always easy for the 16 men that We find, some were aware of their cycle while others are still busy exploring it and learning to live with it.

For some men, admitting that they too can have cycles is still something of a taboo in society.

The creation of a logbook and a documentary aims to arouse men’s curiosity about the male hormonal cycles they may experience throughout their lives.

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