posted on Mar, 29 2013 @ 07:48 PM
interesting how the origin of an ailment is an obsession when sex is involved. The more sex involved, the more salacious, the more shame, the more
Interesting how there are some ailments which just have to go with a wonderful social stigma, where the stigma is embedded in the disease - AIDS,
HERPES, SYPHILIS, GONORRHEA, HPV. If you have any of these things, you have OBVIOUSLY been a sinner, scumbag, whore, sleeze, pervert, failure and
curbing your moral inadequacies. In short, you are awful.
Interesting how each and every STD just seems to involve heaping amounts of shame, social stigma and humiliation, when the non-STD version of the same
ailment is seen as victimizing a person. A wart on your hand is "awe, try some over the counter stuff, it helped me..." when a wart on your #$%k or
womb is met with, "eww, that is really gross, I can't believe...."
The power of shaming others is beyond measure, the power of ascribing moral shame associated with ailments is a human disgrace and those that
perpetuate this endless distinction via salacious headlines and worthless studies are a scourge.
I can't wait until Cancer makes the flip from "ohhhh I'm so sorry" in the victim form, and becomes a sexually transmitted shame ailment where
people are banished.