Would you trust an organization that believes men can menstruate? Should they be given money to study the COVID19 vaccines’ effects on menstruation? What happens when the FDA knows less about the side effects of these vaccines than Facebook?
Answering these questions illustrates the binary insanity present in our current society.
Studying the issue of vaccines disrupting menstruation will be Dr. Diana Bianchi, who said: “These rigorous scientific studies will improve our understanding of the potential effects of COVID-19 vaccines on menstruation, giving people who menstruate more information about what to expect after vaccination and potentially reducing vaccine hesitancy,” – NICHD Director Diana W. Bianchi, M.D.
Note the underlying assumptions in her statement. First is that there are “people who menstruate,” implying that anyone other than a biological woman can menstruate. Second is that the point of these rigorous scientific studies is to reduce vaccine hesitancy. It is a propaganda mission, and is created as a way of managing social media reports of abnormal periods after vaccination.
An article from The Lily describes how social media reports of abnormal menstruation attracted attention despite the medical establishment’s apparent disinterest in this side effect. Their explanation for the medical establishment ignoring this side effect? Sexism.
In fact, this article and these reports from Facebook and Reddit are credited as the reason Dr. Bianchi pushed for funding these studies.
So, on the one hand, you have imaginary menstruating trannies complaining that sexism is preventing the medical establishment from telling the truth about vaccine side effects, while on the other hand you have… what exactly? It’s a bewildering maze of falsehoods and Orwellian terms with both misdirection and faulty premises.
According to NPR, “The Food and Drug Administration and all three manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines authorized for emergency use in the U.S. tell NPR that they have not seen evidence that any of the vaccines cause menstrual irregularities — let alone causing any health problems related to menstruation or fertility. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says it is aware of the reports, but that vaccination is highly recommended and that there is no reason to schedule vaccination around periods or other menstrual events.”
So here is an example where the FDA and the vaccine manufacturers claim ignorance on a significant issue: do COVID vaccines alter women’s menstruations? It is a simple question, with significant implications especially for pregnant women despite what ACOG claims. And there are believable and credible reports of altered menstruations despite the experts’ desire to muddle the issue with “people who menstruate.”
Navigating scientific truth has been nearly impossible in this age where COVID correlates with polarized politics. You are either for the vaccines, take COVID deadly serious, experience schadenfruede when you hear of nonvaccinated people dying, believe in menstruating trannies, blame sexism and racism for problems in nature, and fly your multi colored pride flag near your BLM sign; or you are an anti-vaxxer, don’t believe anyone has become ill with COVID, doubt all information from the FDA, hate Dr. Fauci, repost social media reports of Bells palsy from the vaccine on your Gab account after your Facebook was censored, wear your Trump 2024 hat, and wait patiently for Tucker Carlson to lead you with pitchforks to the Capitol.
Even the so-called third positionists fall squarely into this dialectic.
Is it possible in this day and age to believe that only women can menstruate and also believe that COVID19 is a real disease? Is it possible to take reports of abnormal menstruations seriously and also not be against all vaccines? Is it possible to believe that the system is lying to us while also doubting that millions of people are accepting the mark of the beast and have been genetically altered by Bill Gates?
Could it be possible to ask questions with true intentions? Questions like: what is the morbidity and mortality (M+M) of COVID19? How does this M+M affect people with COVID? What is the natural progression of disease? What do we know about treatments thus far? Both in treating the acute phase illness as well as long term effects, the so-called long haulers? Are there medications for prophylaxis? Do the COVID vaccines have an effect on menstruation? What are the vaccines’ effects on pregnancy?
If we are to make informed decisions regarding risks and benefits, we need to have some idea about both the risks and benefits. Both for the disease and vaccines.
Brick by brick, we must rebuild faith in our people’s ability to answer these questions. We cannot outsource our public health decisions to either elites who hate us, or luddites who would eliminate all medical advances.