“We know that HPV can cross the placenta and infect the fetus. In one study, this happened in over twelve per cent of women with HPV.”
As always it’s the innocent who suffer.
The sins of the father…
“keeping steadfast love for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, but who will by no means clear the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children and the children’s children, to the third and the fourth generation.”
And before you think I’m man-hating, no.
It’s the data.
“The virus notorious for causing cervical cancer in women also turns up frequently in men and can hang on unnoticed for months or even years, researchers report online March 1 in Lancet. The study solidifies earlier research indicating that human papillomavirus is highly prevalent in men and strengthens the case for vaccinating men and boys against it, the report’s authors say.”
Imagine my shock.
“The study, in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found that 11 million men and 3.2 million women in the United States had oral HPV infections. Among them, 7 million men and 1.4 million women had strains that can cause cancers of the throat, tongue and other areas of the head and neck.”
“The rate was higher among men who also had genital HPV. (Almost half of men aged 18 to 60 have a genital HPV infection, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.)”
It’s a male-carried disease.
By far (that was a 5:1 male to female ratio, deny it).
7/1.4=5 for the illiterates at home.
The penile cancer risk for men goes unmentioned. Some informed consent, right? Feel empowered yet?
“No, there is currently no approved test for HPV in men.”
“Routine testing (also called ‘screening’) to check for HPV or HPV-related disease before there are signs or symptom, is not recommended by the CDC”
They want the men to spread it.
Back to the original doctor.
“This is major news, and I’m wondering – why no headlines about it? There were no press conferences with Dr Crino, and no statements from SIECUS or Planned Parenthood, our leaders in “comprehensive” sexuality education.
There’s a double standard at work: if research suggested that sugary drinks cause fetal malformations, it surely would be announced with alarm by every media outlet.
Cover-up isn’t a double standard but okay.
With sexual health it’s always been different. The negative consequences of sexual license are often ignored or minimized. Young people are led to believe that with condoms and STI testing they’re safe, or safe enough. But it’s not so.
“Free lust” is anything but free of consequences. If only the Bible mentioned fornication and how sinning against oneself is different.
I believe that one day there will be congressional hearings about the persistent whitewashing of STIs, the exaggerated efficacy of condoms, and the endorsement by sex educators of high risk behaviors. Until then, the madness continues.”
One day there might be real science, we can all dream!
They make so much money off pelvic exams, which by the way, were pioneered in Nazi concentration camps!
And that’s just the tip of the hooker berg.
It was the same with syphilis and other diseases. Men would catch it, usually from hookers and infect their wife (or eventual wife) and their children would have medical issues (look up the syphilis skulls). Deliberate honeypots for this purpose would bring down an entire nation quickly via its leaders. Wouldn’t it, France?
We have DNA testing to trace precise strains of types but that’s small comfort.
If you can get it from a handshake or a peck on the cheek (children, Europeans) nobody is safe.