• I think so, yeah.

    Sports, in my opinion, are more exciting when the players are using steroids. Take baseball in the 90s for example. The huge home run seasons by Sammy Sosa, and Mark Mcgwire. There were also a lot more pitchers hitting the upper 90s on the radar gun back then. The steroid witch hunt is ruining sports.

  • Comment comment comment

    What are steroids? Steroids are any large group of fat-soluble organic compounds, as the sterols, bile acids, and sex hormones, most of which have specific physiological action. Sterol is any group of natural steroid alcohols derive from planets or animals; they are waxy insoluble substance. Some types of steroids are; Oxymetholone, which is also, called Anadrol 50 as its street name. Another Drug is Stanozolo, which is also called Winstol, which is a tablet.
    A website has a Tally of how many people would want steroids legalized and who doesn’t want them. 25%.

  • It is dangerous.

    No, I do not think that athletes should be allowed to use steroids, because it is very dangerous for their health. They do not even know all of the health consequences they will have later on in life for their decision to take steroids. Also, sometimes the use can be pushed by the coach.

  • Athletes should not be allowed to take steroids

    Steroids are dangerous. Athletes are supposed to be the pinnacle of fitness and good health, and they are supposed to represent our society as a whole in this ideal. To have our athletes all using drugs to enhance their performance sends a horrible message it also makes sports very unfair which defeats the purpose entirely.

  • No They Shouldn't

    I do not believe athletes should be allowed to use steroids. If there are large groups of athletes that want to use steroids then they should create their own leagues to play on, so current players are not put in a position where they are almost forced to use steroids to keep up with the competition.

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