Warning to ABSTAIN From Sex As MonkeyPox Cases Jump 70% – Monkeypox Spreading Primarily Through (Homosexual) Sex
~Post Updated Below, June 3, 2022~
I just saw some news headlines the other day that say that this Monkeypox virus spreads more or faster among homosexual sex acts. I’ll have to link to those headlines later – some of them were in articles on The Atlantic (I already embedded the Atlantic tweets below, way below under the “Related Links” section).
It pays to be celibate! When you’re not having sex with other people, you avoid most of this type of thing.
People use celibacy or virginity as insults to shame people over, as if to say, if you’re a virgin over the age of 18, or you’re sexually abstaining, you may get insulted by some in various cultures for supposedly being a loser of sorts, or being pathetic. There’s nothing loser or pathetic about avoiding Monkeypox, genital warts, genital crabs, and all sorts of other diseases.
(Link): Monkeypox & Gay Sex Freaks by Rod Dreher
by Jim Reed
May 30, 2022
Another 71 cases of monkeypox have been identified in England over the weekend bringing the UK total to 179, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) says.
New guidance is advising anyone with the virus to abstain from sex while they have symptoms.
They are also told to use condoms for eight weeks after an infection as a precaution.
The risk to the population is low, but people should be alert to new rashes or lesions, the UKHSA says.
… Anyone with a confirmed infection is now being advised to abstain from sex while they have symptoms.
The guidance says that while there is currently no available evidence that monkeypox can be spread in sexual fluids, people confirmed to have the virus are advised to use condoms for eight weeks after infection as a precaution.
by Dawn Kopecki
May 23, 2022
An outbreak of the monkeypox virus in North America and Europe is primarily spreading through sex among men with about 200 confirmed and suspected cases across at least a dozen countries, World Health Organization officials said Monday.
The outbreak has quickly advanced across Europe and North America over the last week and is expected to be far more widespread as more doctors look for the signs and symptoms.
Two confirmed and one suspected case of monkeypox in the U.K. were reported to the WHO just 10 days ago, the first cases this year outside of Africa where the virus has generally circulated at low levels over the last 40 years, the organization said.
…While the virus itself is not a sexually transmitted infection, which are generally spread through semen and vaginal fluids, the most recent surge in cases appears to have been spread among men who have sex with other men, WHO officials said, emphasizing that anyone can contract monkeypox.