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Birth Control and Contraception

New page: "Birth Control and Contraception: Wisdom Versus Superstition" by Vexen Crabtree (2007)

Now you get my comment

annamaul93

2007-10-09 10:22 am (UTC)

As an educator in the realm of sexual health, a practicioner of healthful sexual arts, and a woman, I implore you. Do a bit more research on birth control methods that are actually beneficial.

Condoms (latex and polyurethane) do NOT effectively prevent viruses such as Herpes Simplex and Muluscum Contagiosum that can present in sores around the pubic region. HIV virus is smaller than the pores in lambskin material and can (although not likely) pass through. Non-latex, polyurethane condoms are more prone to breakage when there is a lack of lubrication (although I believe them to be superior in many ways) and can be used with silicone and oil-based lubricants, unlike latex.

There is a profound lack of non-latex birth control. Worse yet is the abundance of nonoxynol-9 slathered devices (n9 is a detergent that can cause microscopic tears in the vaginal and anal lining which will facillitate transmission of disease). God aparently hates non-hormonal IUDs, non-latex diaphragms, vasectomies and other medically safe methods of birth control (fisting, anal sex, toys, etc.) and I think that deserves mention.

As far as congenital disease is concerned, are you speaking of genetic/hereditary types of ailments as well as STDs at this point? I dare say tread lightly when it comes to Eugenics. Mutations are a treat to behold, and John B. Watson proved that any organisim (human or otherwise) can be made deficient with a touch of behavioralist manipulation.

Some of the best cases to make birth control look delicious can be found at http://www.feralchildren.com/en/index.php .

One of my "favorite" ailments thanks to unfit parenting is psychological dwarfism. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychogenic_dwarfism

Cheers - L




On another point, the abstinence only programs are forced upon the school systems of the US is an atrocious assault on our common sense here in the states. Most parents and educators agree that it is not sufficient. The main supporting document for this program is a study conducted via our government through the guise of the Center for Disease Control. (which I can't seem to drum up at the moment) It was a survey (paid by the Bush administration) to prove that over 80% of the student in the program were "successes". It only accounted for the female students that failed to carry to term a pregnancy while in the course.
...I digress, I feel a rant coming on.
I would like to point out that this program was more the Baptist influence instead of the Catholic, and that (although it is inherently wrong) it has fostered more open and honest communication between adults and young adults about healthy sexual relationships.

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