Mediaite can now confirm that, yes, Tucker Swanson McNear Carlson’s new special, “The End of Men,” does in fact promote “testicle tanning” as a way that men can raise testosterone levels.
A newly released clip from “The End of Men” featured Carlson interviewing a man in a black polo shirt identified as “Andrew McGovern, Fitness Professional” about the practice of sunbathing the southern regions.
“It’s not crazy to seek solutions,” McGovern said, mentioning that he had recently heard of the term “bromeopathy,” presumably a play on the word “homeopathy” — alternative medicine, but, like, you know, for dudebros.
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We Regret to Inform You That Tucker Carlson’s New Special Does In Fact Promote ‘Testicle Tanning’ https://t.co/DY5wU3pIWw
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) April 18, 2022
I am sitting here next to my gay husband living my gay life reading a gay novel as research for my new gay book…and yet I am not and will never be as gay as whatever is haunting Tucker Carlson’s fantasies. https://t.co/wU05PVIrfG
— Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) April 16, 2022
Breaux… we should head down to BroHo, listen to Brohemian Rhapsody and try some bromeopathy… pic.twitter.com/cFJIjSUSOm
— George Hahn (@georgehahn) April 18, 2022