If Clothes Can Treat PCOD, They Can Cure ‘Despo-Ness’ in Men Too

A college principal has said PCOD is linked to clothes. So, can’t clothes cure low sperm count in our men?

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A college principal has said PCOD is linked to clothes. So, can’t clothes cure low sperm count in our men? (Photo: <b>The Quint</b>)

Dear ovary, please don’t break down. I promise what I wear will not harm you in any way. I’m not kidding you, my saying this is fully backed by scientific knowledge and common sense. Unlike, what was said by Swati Deshpande, the Principal of a Mumbai-based government-run polytechnic college. Deshpande Aunty issued a notice telling women that dressing like men causes Polycystic Ovarian Diseases (PCOD).

I have heard theories on why girls suffer from PCODs at an early age. When they dress like men, they start thinking or behaving like them.There is a gender role reversal in their head. Due to this, the natural urge to reproduce diminishes right from a young age and therefore they suffer from problems like PCOD.
Swati Deshpande

Wow! I could feel all the gynaecs of the world silently dying inside. Anyhoo.


Deshpande madam, we completely understand what you were trying to say. Please ignore social media, they are losers, who only know how to troll. We know you mean no harm, you’re only trying to help women. But what about men’s health?

I mean, we cannot ignore becharey men. There have to be more suitable clothes for men too than just a white shirt and black trousers. Maybe they should wear dhoti-kurta, which would be more in keeping with their physiological make-up.

We decided to have some fun with this unique intellectual insight that was thrown at us and tweak it a bit especially for our dear men. ’Cuz madam just like you, we too have heard theories.. So, here’s a theory that’ll be of help to our men.

(Photo: <b>The Quint</b>)
(Photo: The Quint)

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