moonbattery logo

Jul 12 2018

STD Mycoplasma Genitalium Makes Women Infertile, Could Become Superbug

Great news for women who have liberated themselves from sexual morality. Soon they may be able to indulge in random sex to their heart’s content without worrying about either the inconvenience of reproducing, or the expense of abortion or even birth control. The sexually transmitted disease mycoplasma genitalium may soon become resistant to standard antibiotics. It can make women infertile, completing the feminist revolution:

One in every 100 British adults aged 18 to 44 are already thought to be infected with the bug.

Experts are warning that this figure is set to double within 10 years as it becomes untreatable.

An alarming characteristic is that most people have no symptoms from MG infection, passing it along unknowingly.

A gynecologist offers the advice you might expect from today’s media, recommending we “pack condoms for the summer holidays”:

“You can’t shut down easyJet, the internet, Tinder and Grindr, all of which make it easier to find new partners. So people need to take precautions.”

Maybe if we can’t shut down Tinder, Grindr, et cetera, they will be shut down for us, if not by MG than by something still worse. There are reasons successful civilizations developed monogamy.

On a tip from Pegon Zellschmidt.

Comments are closed.

Alibi3col theme by Themocracy