Under President Trump, sanity and justice seem to slowly return into US politics.
Following up on a pledge by President Trump made during his election campaign, federal officials have drafted a provision contained in former President Obama’s “Affordable Care Act” (aka “Obamacare”) that required employers to provide so-called “birth control” coverage in health insurance plans. The provision, which cynically defined contraception (including some methods that objectively must be qualified as chemical abortion) as part of “health care” and thus obliged employers to pay for (some of) their employee’s questionable lifestyle choices, was one of the most controversial in Obama administration policies adopted under the Affordable Care Act, and it generated scores of lawsuits by employers that had conscientious objections to it. Continue reading
Speaking at the “She Decides” conference in Brussels on 2 March, convened to raise funds for abortion-providers such as IPPF and Marie Stopes International, Neven Mimica, European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, stated that the EU Commission will keep using “our funds” for family planning services around the world, which he explained includes so-called “safe abortion”. Continue reading
While politicians and mass media continue their concerted efforts to “normalize” deviant sexual behaviours, science confirms that they are associated with serious health risks.
A new study has found out the correlation between oral sex, a sexual practice frequent among sodomites, and the incidence of infections with the human papilloma virus HPV, which can lead to cancer in the mouth and throat of those infected with it. Indeed, experts are worried that the the positive effects achieved through policies to reduce smoking that have lead to a decrease of such cancers has been more than offset by “the evolution of sex practices”…
When will our health politicians at last start to fight against sodomy the same way as they fight against smoking???
Strange things seem to be going on at the World Health Organization (WHO).
As one can read in the Telegraph, the organization is planning to make an announcement according which single men and women without medical issues will be classed as “infertile” if they do not have children but want to become a parent.
Through this move, the UN Agency specialized on health issues would dramatically change the definition of “infertility”, transforming it from a medical condition into a social status. Continue reading
The office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has informed the world that a group of “UN experts”, this time from the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR), have issued an “authoritative new legal commentary” on the Right to Health. In this document, which takes the form of a so-called “General Comment on the Right to sexual and reproductive health“, the so-called “experts” make the habitual spurious claim that access to abortion is part of a “right to sexual and reproductive health”, and therefore a human right. Continue reading
This is what Pope Francis’ long-awaited encyclical on the environment has to say on “reproductive health”:
“Instead of resolving the problems of the poor and thinking of how the world can be different, some can only propose a reduction in the birth rate. At times, developing countries face forms of international pressure which make economic assistance contingent on certain policies of “reproductive health”… To blame population growth instead of extreme and selective consumerism on the part of some, is one way of refusing to face the issues.“
In the Conclusions of the Foreign Affairs Council on Gender in Development last Monday the issue of “sexual and reproductive health and rights” is addressed as follows:
“10. The Council remains committed to the promotion, protection and fulfilment of all human rights and to the full and effective implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action and the Programme of Action of the ICPD and the outcomes of their review conferences and remains committed to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), in this context. Having that in mind, the Council reaffirms the EU’s commitment to the promotion, protection and fulfilment of the right of every individual to have full control over, and decide freely and responsibly on matters related to their sexuality and sexual and reproductive health, free from discrimination, coercion and violence. The Council further stresses the need for universal access to quality and affordable comprehensive sexual and reproductive health information, education, including comprehensive sexuality education, and health-care services. The Council invites all EU institutions to continue their work on these issues in line with the Policy Coherence for Development principles. The Council stresses the importance of advancing understanding of the components and elements related to SRHR in EU’s development policy and invites the Commission to report back to the Council within a year on that matter.”