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Originally posted by vinay86
No sex is not for fun it is only for procreation
Originally posted by IamAbeliever
And will it cause cancer if she?
Originally posted by woogleuk
That being said, since my partners sister dropped a sprog she's been all broody and wants one of her own, so sex scares me at the moment (has she taken her pill or hasn't she, hmmmm )
Originally posted by searching4truth
reply to post by Casandra
Absolutely, that vaccine is a nightmare. My sister in law works at my pediatricians office and was trying to push the vaccine on me (well for me to consent for my daughter). The vaccine only prevents I believe it is 30% of cervical cancers, but only those related to std's, it does nothing if you are genetically predisposed to it. After I told her no, I found out she gets a commission for each vaccine she unloads.
Originally posted by vinay86
Originally posted by anon72
I swear they are trying to end everything that is Fun and/or good. Alcohol, Sex, etc etc.
No sex is not for fun it is only for procreation, your western society has made it a thing for entertainment. You all have been indoctrinated in believing that mouth to mouth kissing is a gesture of love or sympathy to someone, and you see it all around you right from your birth, in your culture and movies. If you look to your east many cultures their regard activities like this prohibited as these activities are unethical and unnatural.
Originally posted by davespanners
Well what we can all be absolutely certain about is that oral sex was only just invented in the last few decades and people of our grandparents / great grandparents age never ever did it.
I would LOVE to post some Greek / Roman empire drawings of people performing sex acts that would be considered shocking even by todays standards but I think I would get severely banninated for it
And tongue and tonsil cancers remain relatively rare in the United States. The other good news -- at least for the younger set -- is that there is a relatively new vaccine to prevent against HPV infection. It's not going to help those who are already infected, but it "absolutely" could help those who aren't yet infected with the ubiquitous virus, Verret said.
tongue and tonsil cancers remain relatively rare in the United States
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