NBC News finally admits what we knew all along.
Sex between men, not skin contact, is fueling monkeypox, new research suggestshttps://t.co/2XF3l9laeU
— Tim Pool (@Timcast) August 18, 2022
Here’s how Steve Sailer is putting it:
— VDARE (@vdare) August 18, 2022
The gritty details from NBC News:
Sex between men, not skin contact, is fueling monkeypox, new research suggests
The claim that skin-to-skin contact during sex between men, not intercourse itself, drives most monkeypox transmission is likely backward, a growing group of experts say.
Aug. 17, 2022, 8:47 AM PDT
By Benjamin Ryan
Since the outset of the global monkeypox outbreak in May, public health and infectious disease experts have told the public that the virus is largely transmitting through skin-to-skin contact, in particular during sex between men.
Now, however, an expanding cadre of experts has come to believe that sex between men itself — both anal as well as oral intercourse — is likely the main driver of global monkeypox transmission. The skin contact that comes with sex, these experts say, is probably much less of a risk factor.
In recent weeks, a growing body of scientific evidence — including a trio of studies published in peer-reviewed journals, as well as reports from national, regional and global health authorities — has suggested that experts may have framed monkeypox’s typical transmission route precisely backward. …
“A growing body of evidence supports that sexual transmission, particularly through seminal fluids, is occurring with the current MPX outbreak,” said Dr. Aniruddha Hazra, medical director of the University of Chicago Sexual Wellness Clinic, referring to monkeypox and to recent studies that found the virus in semen.
Consequently, scientists told NBC News that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other public health authorities should update their monkeypox communication strategies to more strongly emphasize the centrality of intercourse among gay and bisexual men, who comprise nearly all U.S. cases, to the virus’ spread.
On Aug. 14, Dr. Jeffrey Klausner, an infectious disease physician at the University of Southern California, and Dr. Lao-Tzu Allan-Blitz, a resident physician in global health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, published an essay on Medium in which they reviewed the science supporting the argument that during the current outbreak, monkeypox is largely transmitting through anal and oral intercourse between men.
“It looks very clear to us that this is an infection that is transmitting sexually the vast majority of the time,” Allan-Blitz said.
So if monkeypox is confirmed to be a Sexually Transmitted Disease, how about those poor kids?
At least eight young children across the country have contracted monkeypox, the viral disease that causes a rash or sores spread through skin-to-skin contact. https://t.co/g9RsVvCD51
— Spectrum Bay News 9 (@BN9) August 16, 2022
— Andy Ngô ?️? (@MrAndyNgo) August 18, 2022
And what about those poor dogs?
How did this dog get an “anal ulceration”?
The first known case of human to dog #monkeypox transmission has been documented in medical journal, the Lancet. The dog caught it from its owners, a non-monogamous gay couple in Paris. The greyhound developed an anal ulceration & mucocutaneous lesions. https://t.co/UkJy1RsJ5X
— Andy Ngô ?️? (@MrAndyNgo) August 14, 2022
Remember about a decade ago when they told you there was no gay agenda?