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« on: February 23, 2012, 08:48:19 PM »

After all these years, what are the benefits of the sexual revolution?  HIV/AIDS?  HPV?  Cervical cancer?  Penile cancer?

Free reproductive healthcare under Obamacare and free birth control pills?
  Do any of these things prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and HPV?  In the olden days, folks used a condom and were encouraged exercised some control of their sexual urges.  Some times there was a baby, rarely did they spread disease.

Today, some criticize a joke about back in the day, women used an aspirin between their legs.

Today, I've heard too often that young people view HIV/AIDS and HPV as something like a cold. 

For generations, hundreds if not thousands of years, numerous cultures encouraged folks to live in monogamous relationships, have limited sexual partners, maintain a family unit.  I would imagine, someone noticed that these practices limited the spread of many diseases...

Today?  We have an epidemic of HIV/AIDS and HPV.

The scourge has been seen among the famous, the disease, the resulting death, and the sexual circus continues.  The sexual circus is taught in our schools to younger and younger children, at community organizations the promoted planned parenthood.  Do they also promoted planned diseases?

Perhaps its the great liberal cry "It's not fair that only some young people have HIV/AIDS/HPV.  Everyone should get these terrible viruses and diseases."

The Obama's don't want to 'punish' their daughters with a baby, but diseases seem to be fine with them.

Is pregnancy and contraception the curse of today?  Or is it the rise of horrible cancers related to HPV?

What kind of cancer?

Several types of cancer are associated with HPV:

    Cervical cancer: The most common HPV-associated cancer. Almost all cervical cancer is caused by HPV.
    Vulvar cancer: About 50% are linked to HPV.
    Vaginal cancer: About 65% are linked to HPV.
    Penile cancer:External Web Site Icon About 35% are linked to HPV.
    Anal cancerExternal Web Site Icon: About 95% are linked to HPV.
    Oropharyngeal cancers (cancers of the back of the throat, including the base of the tongue and tonsils): About 60% are linked to HPV. [Note: Many of these cancers may be related to tobacco and alcohol use]

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Why isn't this upswing in disease in the news? 

There was a significant trend for increasing HPV prevalence with each year of age from 14 to 24 years, followed by a gradual decline in HPV prevalence through 59 years. Independent risk factors for HPV detection were age, marital status and increasing numbers of lifetime and recent sex partners.

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Most (56 Percent) of Young Adults in New Sexual Relationship Infected With HPV, Study Finds

ScienceDaily (Jan. 14, 2010) — A groundbreaking study of couples led by Professor Eduardo Franco, Director of McGill University's Cancer Epidemiology Unit, in collaboration with a team of colleagues from McGill and Université de Montréal/Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM), found more than half (56 per cent) of young adults in a new sexual relationship were infected with human papillomavirus (HPV). Of those, nearly half (44 per cent) were infected with an HPV type that causes cancer.

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Can HPV infection be prevented?

The surest way to eliminate risk for genital HPV infection is to refrain from any genital contact with another individual (1). For those who are sexually active, a long-term, mutually monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner is the strategy most likely to prevent HPV infection (1). However, it is difficult to determine whether a partner who has been sexually active in the past is currently infected.

Research has shown that correct and consistent condom use can reduce the transmission of HPV between sexual partners (9). However, because areas not covered by a condom can be infected by the virus (1), condoms are unlikely to provide complete protection against transmission of infection.

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Why are the Obamacrats promoting sex and birth control pills?  Why aren't they out there promoting condoms?  Long-term mutaully monogamous relationships? 

What do they promote?  Unprotected sex and abortions?

How many have heard of young men and women with cervical and penile cancer?

Seems to me PREVENTION is the best solution.  Why promote unprotected sex?  Abortions?

Why not promote controlling the sexual urges?  Want to have children some day?  Want to live long enough to see them married and with children of their own?  Want to outlive your children? 

HPV and cancer is scary and there is so much recent information out there on the net.  HPV is the modern scourge.  Why do they promote unprotected sex and abortion?

Was the sexual revolution a success?  Today, the same revolutionaries seem to be spreading and enhancing the sex and the spread of disease.  What's wrong with this picture?

just my humble opinions


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