fix articles 372548, condoms
No cause for concern.... (tags)
Condoms have been shown by no less than 138 studies (reviewed by 38 FDA experts) to be 'no proven protection against stds' but little has been released to the public about there life threatening dangers. However the trade and medical press is filled with new reports of the massive health risk from internal exposure to vulcanized latex. Here are a few of the problems the condom user faces.
Natural is best (tags)
Seems that 'safe sex' was really very unsafe sex. The new slogan should be: - With a glove, it's NOT love.
After hundreds of years Pope right for once (tags)
"The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, part of the National Institutes of Health, released the report compiled by the panel of 28 experts, who analyzed about 138 published studies on the use of condoms during penile-vaginal intercourse. "There was a lack of evidence to help us make a definitive conclusion about the effectiveness of condoms," said panel member Dr. Timothy Schacker, an infectious disease expert at the University of Minnesota"
FDA CONSIDERING BANNING CONDOMS (tags)
"If the FDA discovers that the reactions are from the latex, a whole series of latex products could then be pulled of the market. This includes gloves, urinal bags, textile glue, glue for reclosing envelopes, balloons and condoms."
Politically Incorrect (tags)
It is politically correct to advocate condoms but every day the evidence increases that they do little to protect and may pose a very serious health risk. It is hard for the CDC and FDA to examine these risks as they have been so vocal in promoting condoms but could their silence lead to dire consequences. I for one having done exaustive research strongly feel so.
PANACEA OR PLACEBO? (tags)
Publicizing the condom to the four winds is, for the most part, the bravura of a puritan who is trying to prove to the world that he is not a puritan. To concentrate on the mechanical aspects of the sex act to the exclusion of the emotional and psychological aspects (which the condom campaign ignores) is the essence of Puritanism. The only difference between the new and the old is that whereas the traditional puritans were alleged to believe that sex was something to be isolated and repressed, neo-puritans accept sex as something to be isolated and exercised.