Since naturally occurring Good old soy has feminizing qualities, I don’t think chemically manufactured and far stronger hormones are without consequence.
Sure, she SOUNDS out there...but think about it.
If the excreted hormones from contraceptives may be a causative factor in hermaphroditic fish in the Potomac and Chesapeake, then the hormones likely present in any river derived water system in a municipality downstream from another urban area might have some effect.
Why wouldn't hormones added to animals' feed be ingested, and have an effect as well?
Humans eat they know not what (unless you raised it), and between soy (in virtually everything) and residual hormones from human urine, there's a good chance they are having an effect.
I'm not laughing at her, either. Even though at first blush her statement sounds outlandish, I think it may well have merit.