Wednesday, August 22, 2018


    The online medical info site Healthline is the second-largest such website today. It is based in San Francisco and heavily contributed by members of postmodern Academia's science departments. This publication has made one of the most significant discoveries in all of medical history. We now know---after some 60+ millennia of human civilization---that having a vagina is exclusive only to females. 

    This revelation has shaken up the Medical/Academic Establishment: many of whom are convinced that gender is merely an artificial social construct. Thus this important biological discovery is a serious situation that has to be wished out of existence (like all other forms of reality that Cultural Marxists find distasteful). Therefore, the folks at Healthline have decided to remove the term 'vagina' from their literature in hopes that vaginas will eventually go away.  

     "It's imperative for safe sex guidelines to become more inclusive of LGBTQIA and nonbinary people." their editors have pronounced. Nobody has the slightest idea what that statement means; other than to appear educated and culturally sophisticated, one has to agree with it. 

      And as if this weren't enough they pontificate further that "This is gender-inclusive language that's considerate of the fact some trans people don't identify with the labels that the medical community attaches to their genitals." 

      This might sound like a silly question in our effete era, but---Aren't people who are living in a state of denial of empirical reality by definition mentally ill? 

       "A delusion is a belief that is clearly false and that indicates an abnormality in the affected person’s content of thought. The false belief is not accounted for by the person’s cultural or religious background or his or her level of intelligence. The key feature of a delusion is the degree to which the person is convinced that the belief is true. A person with a delusion will hold firmly to the belief regardless of evidence to the contrary. Delusions can be difficult to distinguish from overvalued ideas, which are unreasonable ideas that a person holds, but the affected person has at least some level of doubt as to its truthfulness. A person with a delusion is absolutely convinced that the delusion is real. Delusions are a symptom of either a medical, neurological, or mental disorder. Delusions may be present in any of the following mental disorders: (1) Psychotic disorders, or disorders in which the affected person has a diminished or distorted sense of reality and cannot distinguish the real from the unreal, including schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, delusional disorder, schizophreniform disorder, shared psychotic disorder, brief psychotic disorder, and substance-induced psychotic disorder, (2) Bipolar disorder, (3) Major depressive disorder with psychotic features (4) Delirium, and (5) Dementia."

       Such is the very definition given by the US National Institute of Health. Yet doctors are being told that what are clearly delusions---based in psychiatric disorders--- should be treated with the deference and respect of established scientific fact! And we do have to wonder about the mental state of the editors at Healthline who think that the delusions of sexual psychotics sound completely rational.

      This whole story has drawn considerable controversy across the Internet. But the real scandal is that American taxpayers are subsidizing universities which are turning out  psychological cripples who not only can't distinguish between men and women; they can't distinguish between reality and insanity. Even primitive witch-doctors know that certain herbs and rituals are exclusive to treating the respective genders. Our Academic 'elite' don't even understand that little. 

      We need to get our out-of-control educational system under some kind of order, or we're headed for some very Dark Ages indeed. There will always be quacks promoting pseudoscience, but when it comes from the so-called 'educated professionals' we have a serious problem.



1 comment:

  1. I think that these medical 'experts' have raided the pharmacy one too many times. Someone would have to be on drugs to come up with ideas like these.