But in the United States we do not have a law against being muscular. Here it is a "personal right" to be muscular, even in a gym, without being forced to pee in a bottle to prove oneself innocent of steroid use. That is the part that seems crazy to me.
There is no "right to be muscular" in USA.
There is, however, laws against the distribution, of steroids, in the USA. In some other countries, due to the problems, this has been increased to be illegal to USE these drugs. Such is the case in Belgium(only). Sweden's laws about use only relate to elite athletes connected to professional sports.
No one, including me
, is suggesting that this should be done anywhere else. I do understand, however, that they have laws against the USE of drugs, so a test(if suspicious) is legal, there. Since it is not illegal to use steroids in USA, Canada, etc., there is no threat of a test for steroid use(it's legal). If you lived in Belgium, you would be aware of these laws, and act appropriately.
So, while this might be a small problem in Belgium, where the use of steroids is illegal, the fear-mongering about this being everywhere, or spreading, is unfounded. It's not illegal to be muscular. It's illegal to use steroids. Conflating the two is a fallacy.
“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson