RE: Economics of Women’s Health | Davos 2023 | World Economic Forum

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Economics of Women’s Health | Davos 2023 | World Economic Forum

in informationwar •  last year 

Maybe they think we should spay all women before their first periods, just like we are expected to do for dogs. They'll let a few remain breeders, those chosen for their good genes. CRAZY TIMES! Can't believe you are still watching these.

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You just might be right! Spay the girls, save the planet. Gee. Yeah, I can see that.

Yup, still going through their BS. I have a list of their videos bookmarked and am getting through some of them. I am not going to watch all of them. No point. We already know. Some of them though caught my eye and yeah, taking my time so I don't torture myself too much.

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They have us believing that spaying every dog and cat is necessary for their health and the health of our planet, it will be easy to convince us to spay, say, indigent women. I don't believe any of it anymore. Whenever I am relentlessly told something, by everyone, I opt out. I'm not spaying my 1 year old dog yet, if ever. The vet says that she will be more likely to get reproductive cancer if I don't, but I said "of course there is a higher incidence of reproductive cancer in unspayed dogs - they still have reproductive organs!" He's not happy with me. I'm refusing most vaccines too. Did you know that boarding now requires a flu vaccine and a flu booster?! This is in addtion to about a dozen other supposed vaccines. The entire vaccine show has become surreal, but folks are comfy with it that way.

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I had a wonderful Cocker Spaniel many years ago. I never spayed her. Never had unwanted puppies or anything like that. She went into heat twice a year and it was no big deal. She had minimum vaccines when she was young but we stopped them when she got older. Parvo is a real threat especially to young dogs. I have seen many puppies and young dogs over the years die from that in my neighborhood back when I lived in South Carolina.

My answer was the same as yours more or less on the topic of spaying. I too would have a much lower chance of gynecological cancer if I had a hysterectomy. She would have no risk of ear cancer if we removed her ears. There is no real medical reason, it's all about pet population control. So...yes.....humans can be viewed the exact same way.

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She got parvo jab, which comes with a bunch of other vaccines. I asked for parvo only, but was told there was no such vaccine (untrue, I know). Also rabies, because I was told if she put her teeth on a child, they would take her from me if she were not jabbed for rabies. But I've said no to everything else so far, a shocking number of times!!!
She's so beautiful, even womanly. When folks (everyone!) chastise me for not spaying her, I say "I can't justify removing her body parts just so that I don't have to practice birth control." She's a year old now, and has only been in heat once, no sign of it coming up yet. If it's every 7 or 8 months, with only about 10 days of being fertile, it should be easy to manage. I have a fenced in back yard, and lots of leashes for those ten days.

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