It depends on the person. If you block androgens, you may see some mild feminization, especially if you are overweight. Just as women produce testosterone and other androgens, men have estrogens in their bodies. Anti-androgens can cause the estrogens to have a mild to moderate effect in some people. The main effect of an anti-androgen in males is to reduce masculinizing characteristics-- you'll see reduced sex drive and possible genital shrinkage and sexual side effects, possible reduction in body hair, possible changes in hair texture and skin tone/complexion, and possible muscle loss and fat redistribution over time to legs and chest-- more like an out of shape guy than an in-shape woman.
[ March 11, 2003, 12:34 PM: Message edited by: Andrea ]