So, if the liberal media has chosen to keep a deadly cancer epidemic from the public, what else are they hiding from us? If we can’t trust the press to report the CDC’s latest findings, then many young people will be kept in the dark about all the ugly diseases, including cancer, associated with having multiple sex partners. The CDC reports that there’s an epidemic of STD’s among teens. Is the public aware of this? Don’t take our word for it. According to Meg Meeker, MD:
Social and media maneuvers encouraging teens to have sex whenever they want with whomever they want may seem reasonable to many parents, but we have one serious issue that no one — including the press, media outlets, Planned Parenthood, and school sex ed teachers — will face the ugly truth: There is an epidemic of STDs among teens in the U.S. And according to the CDC, the numbers are rising fast. (Source)
As if this isn’t bad enough, we now learn from reporter Megan Fox that anal cancer is epidemic among gay men — and no one’s talking about it. Why? Here’s another question. If sodomy causes cancer (there’s plenty of evidence that it does) why is Teen Vogue writing “how to” guides about anal sex for teenage girls? (More on this here)
On the Center for Disease Control’s website it says, “Receptive anal intercourse also increases the risk of anal cancer in both men and women, particularly in those younger than 30. Because of this, men who have sex with men have a high risk of this cancer.” (Source)
The Los Angeles Times calls anal cancer “the next big crisis” for the gay community. According to the American Cancer Society, the future looks grim.