I don't really care about managing my T, I just let it fluctuate and ride the wave. Really good sexx will usually pacify me for a day. >>2181
That wasn't what I was tryung to convey, what I'm trying to convey is the combination of high IQ & high T doesn't really exist in the world. You'll find people with "high" IQ's (130+), but 99.9% of them have low T (I don't mean that as an insult, just speaking factually). Likewise, most men with high T tend to be on the lower end of the "booksmart" scale (streetsmart is another story). So, I understand why how I state things comes across as egotistical, but really it's just me trying to accurately describe my predicament and it's not my intention to condescend. >>2182
As stated in the above paragraph, high IQ & high T is a basically non-existent combo. You have a wide spectrum of traits and context-driven existence, almost. I don't want to make this a blog, but try to imagine the qualities of high T-aggression, competitiveness, high sex-drive, etc. Now, think the usual high IQ profile-curious, creative, perceptive, "philosophical", love of learning, forward thinking, and so forth....
I've never met, seen or even heard of anyone with such a spectrum, it's typically just the brute/intellectual dichotomy with some moderate deviation. Having access to the full spectrum just makes you more dynamic, and consequently, different.