Skip to comments.FDA has continuously warned against condom use for anal sex - itís time to sue Planned Parenthood
Posted on 03/24/2014 6:45:01 AM PDT by Morgana
March 20, 2014 (STOPP.org) - Planned Parenthood pushes condoms continuously. Use condoms for anal sex to prevent disease transmission, it says. The condom mantra is at the heart of all the comprehensive sex ed programs. Yet, Representative Bob McDermott, who is tenaciously fighting the Planned Parenthood-promoted Pono Choices sex program aimed at middle school children in Hawaii, pointed out as early as February 3 that the FDA has warned about the dangers of using condoms for anal sex and that Pono Choices fails to pass those warnings on to students. In fact, the FDA says on its website that anal sex is so dangerous that it should not be engaged in, period!
Quoting from the FDA website:
Are condoms strong enough for anal intercourse?
The Surgeon General (C. Everett Koop, Surgeon General 1982-1989) has said, Condoms provide some protection, but anal intercourse is simply too dangerous to practice.
Condoms may be more likely to break during anal intercourse than during other types of sex because of the greater amount of friction and other stresses involved.
Even if the condom doesnt break, anal intercourse is very risky because it can cause tissue in the rectum to tear and bleed. These tears allow disease germs to pass more easily from one partner to the other.
Representative McDermott has repeatedly warned that the Pono Choices curriculum puts educators at risk of legal consequences because it presents students with scenarios that are dangerous and/or illegal, and those dangers and legalities are not explained to the students. He says in his 18-page report on Pono Choices: If parents knew what was in it, and how it was presented, they would not walk awaythey would run away. This material should be pulled from the schools now. Continued use of this curriculum could put the school system in legal peril, as students may detrimentally rely on the information contained therein.
Yet, rather than pulling the comprehensive sex curricula in schools across the nationor even getting down to important medical and legal details with elementary and middle school children targeted by these egregious sex programsyoung students are often taught how to increase sexual pleasure while putting on a condom and how to engage in sex play to make sex with a condom more pleasurable. Important medical facts are routinely withheld from students as Planned Parenthood and its cohorts pursue an agenda of sex positive instruction.
Dr. Judith Reisman, a former principal investigator for the US Department of Justice, writing this week for WorldNetDaily, issued a call for a class action lawsuit by AIDS victims and their loved ones . . . a suit based on the fact that condom pushers have for years dispensed false, deceptive claims about how the product protectsor fails to protectthe health of sex participants. The reality is that everyday condoms are manufactured and approved for natural, vaginal sex, not anal sexthey are not effectively designed to protect from disease those people who engage in sodomy, Dr. Reisman says.
She said such a lawsuit would rock the world.
She suggested appropriate targets for the lawsuit would include Planned Parenthood, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, and a myriad of teachers and school systems . . . that have taught that anal sex . . . is not so different than natural coitus.
Dr. Reisman is right. Parents should start threatening school officials and Planned Parenthood with lawsuits over the blatant disregard for the health and well-being of the students they are charged with, and carrying through when they fail to respond to their demands to stop exploiting children. Encouraging all sorts of intercourse, and painting it as a safe and desirable thing to do while intentionally withholding information about the dangers of such behavior is despicable. The perpetrators need to be brought into court and required to pay for their misdeeds.
Successful class action lawsuits result in the payment of triple the amount of damages to successful plaintiffs. It is time to stop Planned Parenthoods exploitation of children, and lawsuits are an option that should be embraced.
The pedophiles will be very very angry if such a class action suit goes forward.
That’s not what butts are for.
What is “interesting” about it is C. Everett Koop was telling us this way back in the 1980’s when this AIDS crap began!! I remember his speech. The C. Everett gave his speech without an agenda he just said it like it was. Condoms provide some protection, but anal intercourse is simply too dangerous to practice. How simple is that? The man was a doctor after all, the nation’s top doctor, I would think he knew.
Hard to beat anal sex for ‘interesting.’
What is that?
“...but anal intercourse is simply too dangerous to practice.
Hum...I don’t stick my silverware in the garbage disposal much for the same reason...
> the FDA says on its website that anal sex is so dangerous that it should not be engaged in, period! ... Condoms may be more likely to break during anal intercourse than during other types of sex because of the greater amount of friction and other stresses involved. Even if the condom doesnt break, anal intercourse is very risky because it can cause tissue in the rectum to tear and bleed.
Gosh, and we can’t afford to lose any homosexuals... /s
“Gay” sex; it’s not just abnormal; it’s dangerous.
When will the Southern Poverty Law Center label the FDA a Hate Group?
But they will also have to add that global climate change has made all sex more dangerous.
Second, and a more precise question is, can HIV pass through latex condoms?...
Internet literature from AIDS information sites - that do not seem to have an "anti-condom" agenda - seem to agree that the pores in latex condoms are approximately .5 microns in size, whereas the HIV virus size is .1 microns. See this Arizona health site for corroboration.
Oh this is soooo not politically correct. (rolleyes)
Even though its right and true and that activity is very unsafe, a lawsuit is going to offend a someone so it has to be tossed.
These tears also allow disease germs to pass into the blood stream from a person's OWN fecal material, which is composed of many waste products, but also is 40-60% bacteria. Most of that bacteria is e-coli, which is a necessary resident of our gut, without which we couldn't absorb some nutrients. But many other pathogens exist there without causing us trouble As Long As They Stay Put in our colons, and don't find their way into our blood streams. In our blood, they are potentially deadly, including the e-coli which is *always* present.
I’d guess that there are just too many condom blowouts and it’s indicative of a quality control problem at the Chinese Condom Co.
Which brings us to the Scot who wanted the pharmacist to fix his condom. The pharmacist said it would be cheaper to replace the condom for $0.50 than to vulcanize a patch onto it.
The Scot said it sounded like a good deal, but he had to leave for a meeting and assured the pharmacist he’d be back. An hour and a half later the Scot returned and said to the pharmacist: “Aye, lad, I’ll spend the $0.50 and buy a new condom. The regiment voted its approval for the expenditure.”
Butt, telling folks that anal sex is so dangerous would be discriminatory towards queers.
The World Health Organization recognized that condoms don’t prevent viral transmissions over 15 years ago.
God a mighty why not just warn agains’t anal sex. :-)
The laws against sodomy were enacted because all of its dangers, both biologically, culturally and sociologically were known through the wisdom of thousands of years of human civilization. It’s funny that today the only evidence that is deemed worthy is that from scientists and pseudo-scientists. Hello! The anus is an exit not an entrance!
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