NO PRICE TO HIGH FOR THE PROMISCUOUS LIFESTYLE
According to an article in FT.com:
"Since Gardasil’s approval last year, there have been reports which have cited 11 deaths and adverse events which range from Guillan-Barre syndrome, Bells Palsy, seizures and fainting. The vaccine has also been linked to blood clotting and heart problems.
Also, out of 42 pregnant women who received the vaccine, 18 had complications that ranged from fetal abnormalities to miscarriages."
A pharmaceutical investor summed up up the vaccine: "[A]n estimated 10 – 12 million girls and young women are being vaccinated for an illness that is not considered an epidemic is a dangerous premise. He said there are approximately 15,000 to 30,000 cases of cervical cancer in the US, and if caught early it’s almost always curable. He asked, ”It’s not a great vaccine and so all of a sudden you throw deaths in the mix, is the risk reward all that good?”
"Dr Abby Lippman, professor of epidemiology at McGill University, noted HPV is neither an emergency nor a crisis, and as a consequence advises against the ”mass vaccination” situation that has arisen.
"She asked, ”Why can’t we take some time to realize its benefits and harms before we immunize school girls? Before we have a public health crisis, policies should be decided on harder data when we don’t have a crisis to deal with.”
Where are the feminists to defend women's bodies against the pumping of potentially deadly chemicals into young girls? They are silent --because their priority is maintaining free and uninhibited sex for women-- and for that no price is too high.
Another recent article reveals that Birth Control Pills Are sparking an Environmental Debate. This is not new news--it is rather ignored news. Many reports indicate that fish are being devastated by the synthetic estrogen contained in the urine of women taking birth control pills.
"David Norris, a physiology professor at the University of Colorado, said it is not just the possible negative effects that estrogen is having on aquatic environments that concerns him as much as the exposure of these hormones to humans, especially fetuses and newborns.
"According to Norris, numerous reports show that estrogenic chemicals in water can result in thyroid problems and an adrenaline imbalance. Thyroid inhibitors are of major concern because they affect the nervous system’s development and can cause permanent mental retardation.
"Although Norris points out that certain foods, plastics, cosmetics, personal-care products and animal wastes are also causing water contamination, studies in Boulder Creek, Colo., have shown that fish are about 10 times more sensitive to the contribution of estrogen from birth control pills than they are to estradiol, the type of natural estrogen excreted by animals like cows."
Where is the condemnation of birth control pills by the environmentalists? Once again no price is too high to maintain the availability of no-strings-attached-sex--even the environment can be spared.