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Tucker Carlson’s new documentary about “testicle tanning” is gay AF


The trailer for Tucker Carlson’s new documentary series focusing on low testosterone has arrived and it’s gay AF.

Carlson, who has spent much of his career attacking the LGBTQ community, has produced the new series as part of his ongoing push to highlight supposed cultural attacks on white, heterosexual men.

The End of Men will air as part of Tucker Carlson Presents. It focuses on low testosterone which, in the view of the Fox News host, results from the “emasculation” of men.

Scientists have documented low testosterone in men as a natural part of aging for almost a century, attributing the phenomenon to poor health, poor nutrition, obesity, and pollution, among other factors. One thing that experts have not cited as causing low testosterone: the emasculation of men.

The trailer itself features a montage of half-naked, white men engaging in “manly” activities, including wrestling, doing pushups, grilling meat, stuffing their testicles inside a tanning box (really), and, most inexplicably, gripping the teat of a cow.

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Apparently, nothing says “masculine” like gripping a milk-shooting phallus.

The trailer has caused an uproar on social media for its bizarre mix of unintentional homoeroticism and quasi-fascist imagery. Even avowed Carlson fan Kid Rock has voiced criticism, in particular, over the concept of “testicle tanning,” a kind of therapy whereby men insert their testicles into a box with a red light.

Rock, while appearing on a segment of Carlson’s show yesterday, couldn’t stop laughing after seeing the trailer.

“Dude, stop,” Rock said. “Dude, stop. Testicle tanning?”

“Open your mind, Bobby,” Carlson replied.

“I’m starting a rock band and it’s called ‘testicle tanning,'” Kid Rock joked.

Carlson then turned serious again, pressing the issue to his guest. “Don’t you think, at this point, when so many of the therapies, the paths they’ve told us to take, have turned out to be dead ends that really hurt people, why wouldn’t open-minded people seek new solutions?”

“I don’t know what the hell is going on in this world,” a stunned Kid Rock replied. “I’m not even sure I understand that question. Some days I just want to stop the planet. Let me off.”

Funny, we feel the same way every time we have to watch a Tucker Carlson segment.

We’re not alone. Have a look at some of our favorite Twitter reactions to the trailer…