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What Feminist ‘Success’ Looks Like: A Sexually Transmitted Disease Epidemic

Posted on | October 20, 2016 | 2 Comments

 

Third-Wave feminism’s rhetoric of sexual “empowerment,” and the feminist crusade against “slut-shaming,” have incited reckless promiscuity, the results of which could have been easily predicted:

More cases of sexually transmitted diseases were reported last year than ever before, federal officials said Wednesday — just as state and local health departments that could help fight them lose funding.
More than 1.5 million people were reported with chlamydia, the most common sexually transmitted disease (STD), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported.
The CDC recorded nearly 400,000 cases of gonorrhea and nearly 24,000 cases of syphilis.
“The STD epidemic is getting worse in the United States and, in fact, is at its highest levels yet,” said Dr. Jonathan Mermin, director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention. . . .
The new numbers translate to a 19 percent increase in syphilis cases, a 13 percent rise in gonorrhea and a 6 percent increase in chlamydia, Mermin said. . . .
Gay and bisexual men account for many of the new cases, and the biggest numbers are among young adults, especially those in their late teens and early 20s. “Half of all STDs occur in youth under age 20,” Mermin said.

The New York Times:

Young people, members of racial minorities and men who have sex with other men are at most risk of getting an S.T.D.
Chlamydia rates are highest among 15-to 24-year-olds, who accounted for nearly two-thirds of diagnoses last year, and among blacks. While chlamydia disproportionately affects women, the rate of reported cases among men grew more sharply last year. Over all, the rate of reported cases grew by 5.9 percent. . . .
Most of the new gonorrhea and syphilis cases were among gay men, although rates are climbing for women, too. Public health officials are worried that gonorrhea is becoming resistant to the some of the last antibiotics capable of treating it. Although gonorrhea rates are highest among blacks, they have jumped over the last few years among whites and other ethnic groups.
Syphilis rates increased among men and women in every region of the country. Most cases were among men who have sex with men. But the rate of syphilis diagnosis among women grew by 27 percent, and the rate of congenital syphilis, passed from pregnant women to their babies, by 6 percent.

The differentials in STD infection rates between groups is astonishing. For example, the chlamydia infection rate for women (645.5 per 100,000) is 111% higher than for men (305.2). Black women have a rate of 1,384.8, which is 439% higher than white women (256.7), while the rate among black men (782.0) is 578% higher than among white men (115.4).

Why do I blame feminism for this? Well, (a) because feminists are pro-promiscuity and anti-morality, but also (b) why not? Feminists blame the patriarchy for everything, so I’ll gladly return the favor. However, there are very real connections between feminism’s “success” and this raging epidemic of disease. Feminism Is a Totalitarian Movement to Destroy Civilization as We Know It, which involves attacking Christianity and the marriage-based traditional family. By deliberately sabotaging morality, feminism corrupts the values of young people, thus promoting every imaginable kind of godless decadence. Feminists like Ella Dawson want to end the “stigma” of herpes, while doing nothing to prevent herpes, because it’s “empowering” to get infected with an incurable virus.

No amount of money that taxpayers spend for “public health” efforts can reduce this epidemic if the privilege elite of society — like Ella Dawson, who majored in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at prestigious Wesleyan University (annual tuition $50,612) — are corrupt degenerates who encourage young people to imitate their vile perversions.



 

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