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Weapons Of Mass Feminization by Jennie Ann Freiman MD

Weapons Of Mass Feminization

by Jennie Ann Freiman  MD

Green Med Info.      31 January 2017

Weapons Of Mass Feminization
If you’ve ever wondered where all the alpha males have gone, the interaction between chemistry and biology may offer a clue. 

Gender bending chemicals are everywhere, literally impossible to avoid. They act as endocrine disruptors (EDs) that block, decrease, or overstimulate hormones. Most commonly, EDs mimic estrogen, lower testosterone and  prevent the male hormone from doing its job, causing males to exhibit more female traits. The resulting hormonal imbalances may be at the root  of disturbing worldwide trends for males that include delayed puberty, falling sperm counts, shrinking size of genitals, far fewer boys with far more genital deformities being born than ever before, and a rise in gender fluidity as boys are increasingly feminized. A similar effect is seen across the planet in wildlife, with reports of a rise in hermaphrodite amphibians, male fish developing eggs in their testicles and complete sex change in species with ED exposure. Governmental-industrial alliances have unleashed weapons of mass feminization throughout Planet Earth, involving all inhabitants in a dangerous and uncontrolled experiment whose results point to a dystopian future, the likes of which make Soylent Green look tame.

The NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences says this about EDs:
Weapons Of Mass Feminization

Mass experimentation with hormones began early in the 20th century, but the term “endocrine disruptor” wasn’t coined until 1993:

Diethylstilbestrol (DES), a synthetic estrogen, is the historical poster child for the effects of EDs. Early on it was used to lower testosterone levels in convicted sex offenders, a form of chemical castration. Doctors prescribed DES to an estimated 10 million pregnant women between the years 1938 - 1971. It strongly mimics estrogen and was thought to prevent miscarriage and other pregnancy problems. In 1947, the FDA eventually approved it for use in pregnancy. Research published in 1953 found that DES did not prevent miscarriage or premature birth, but doctors continued to prescribe it. In 1971, the FDA issued a Drug Bulletin instructing doctors to stop prescribing DES because it was found to cause a rare vaginal cancer in female offspring as young as 8 years old. DES sons are more likely to have testicular cysts, varicose veins, infection and inflammation, cryptorchidism (small and/or undescended testes), microphallus (small penis), hypospadias (malformed penis), infertility, and a higher prevalence of homosexuality, gender dysphoria, intersex conditions and identity as male to female transsexual or transgender.

Phthalates are anti-androgen, gender bending chemicals found in plastic containers used for almost every consumer product category including food, personal care products, cosmetics, fragrances and household cleaners. They soften the plastic, make it flexible and shatterproof, help it last longer, and can add transparency. In addition to the plastic bottles they are sold in, drugs and nutritional supplements often contain phthalates in the actual product itself, as binders, emulsifiers, gelling agents, stabilizers, lubricants and dispersants. Swedish male infants exposed prenatally to phthalates were found to have a shorter distance between the anus and genitalia, a validated marker of reproductive toxicity in animals. Other studies confirmed an increased incidence of undescended testes and other genital birth defects, and abnormal testicular function including a higher than average incidence of infertility in adult males. Phthalates are associated with changes in gender specific behavior, such as exposed males choosing to play with traditionally “boy typical toys” less often. Phthalate manufacturers support the safety of their products and dispute scientific findings of toxicity.

Commonly Used Drugs: Gender benders are not just stealth chemicals with unfamiliar names you can’t pronounce. Acetaminophen, the most popular non-prescription pain killer in the U.S., aspirin, and indomethacin have been shown to cause multiple hormone disturbances in laboratory tests of adult testicles. Given that prescription non-aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory meds now carry a black box warning for cardiovascular disease and over-the-counter versions carry similar strong language on their labels, painkillers as a class may offer more risks than benefits. Cholesterol lowing statins, widely used to prevent heart disease, are linked to erectile dysfunction, hypogonadism (reduced testicular volume), gynecomastia, low testosterone and reduced sperm motility.  Birth control pills are another feminizer that can pass through wastewater treatment and end up in municipal water supplies and drinkable tap water. Exposure to birth control pills has been shown to feminize fish and affect reproduction but the effects on human exposure through tap water is not known.

Triclosan is an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal ED banned from consumer antiseptic soap by the FDA in 2016. Interestingly, the FDA didn’t conclude triclosan is unsafe or ineffective, just that it was not studied enough by manufacturers to allow their product claims. Colgate Total, a toothpaste containing fluoride and triclosan, was given a pass because the manufacturer convinced the FDA that triclosan benefits outweigh its risks for gum inflammation and dental plaque based on studies the company performed. Observers were baffled by the FDA’s decision because triclosan is rapidly absorbed from gums, especially inflamed gums, into the bloodstream. Non-industry sponsored scientific studies of triclosan have found it to have anti-androgen and pro-estrogen activity, and to adversely affect male development, reproduction, and sperm movement, concentration and count. Triclosan can interact with free chlorine in unfiltered tap water to create other potentially harmful toxins.

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a gender bender found in over 90% of the population. BPA is a contaminant found in thermal cash register receipts but the most common route of exposure is through diet, because BPA leaches from plastic and metal containers and packaging into food and beverages. BPA acts to enhance estrogen and has been associated with low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, reduced libido and breast growth (gynecomastia) in men. Prenatal exposure is associated with feminization of male fetuses, testicular shrinkage, prostate enlargement, and abnormal sperm count and movement, which affects future fertility. Studies suggest that adverse health effects from BPA exposure occur at levels lower than the FDA approved standard. Structurally similar BPA-free packaging alternatives such as BPSshould not be considered safer than BPA in their effects on health.

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Anonymous said...

Hi - This is a difficult subject and I don't feel comfortable with how this is being dealt with in this article. Let me explain.
For instance, when I was in school I was never comfortable with playing 'sports' in which we bumped and hit each other as in hockey or football etc. I preferred to walk out in nature, or go swimming, or climb trees or climb steep hills. I also enjoyed the silence of the Natural world. Playing sports was not really my thing and I would sometimes be teased by the other boys. In my later life I knew some thought I was gay because I've had gay friends, and it has never been a problem for me even though I am not. Some of my closest friends have been gay and I have never judged them.

So, this is how I see things and the saying "Judge not lest you be judged" comes to mind as I end this comment. Leave it with you to reflect about.

Love, Michael B.

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Thanks for your thoughtful input Michael B.

Kindest regards,

Magnus said...

Very interesting reading. Hi have stumbled over it before. First to comment Michael B I would like to say - I totally understand where you coming from and I respect that. To tease or judge someone who is "different" would not be accepted. But I would encourage you to look at this from a broader perspective though. A few examples:

Low testosterone in men is associated with:

Low self-esteem
Physical weakness
Low or none sex-drive

If you contemplate what "endocrine disruptors" would do to the male population in this world - you will soon have a male population with health problems and stuck in the grip of pharmaceutical companies. In today world men have naturally lower testosterone due to 1. Bad quality food and 2. Sedentary lifestyle (100 years ago people were doing phyiscal labour, chopping woods and farming which all help to raise testosterone levels). I will also take an example from a story I read recently from the 16th century in Sweden were a group of 40-50 men in a place called "Dalarna" weren't happy about the government put taxes on their income. They were lihving almost 500k from the capital but travelled all the way to stockholm and demanded that te government/king to take it away otherwise they wouldnt leave. That was courage that would never happen in todays society. Today in our soceity (I speak about sweden because I haven*t lived anywhere else) you hear stories after stories where woman is assaulted outdoors and they have seen people who noticed it but walking away to avoid having to interact!!! That will not have to do with low testosterone alone - ethics, how you have been raised and your inner courage is all played a role BUT if you want a society where you want the population to not object about being controlled - lower testosterone in the male population will be good, because the more physical and mental dis-ease a person has - the less is the "risk" that it will object when injustices is going on around.

Furhtermore - I think the feminists of this world try to intemplate the mind-set in todays society that "feminiity is good" and "masculinity is bad". But masculinity - which often misinterpretates as being "macho" - aggressive, treat women badly and being rude - do have very much positive aspects. Anyone who has observed the animal kingdom have seen that. Personally I feel a deep feeling of awe when looking at pictures or videos of male lion, gorilla or bear. Awe of the raw masculinity and the raw power - but yet, when looking deep into its eyes one can see a world of tenderness, light and wisdom. I think the "feminist" world want to push down on anything that is masculine - because for sure - there will be less resistance amongst the male population of being controlled and enslaved... And I think the whole ideology of "feminism" serves quite well of making the few control the masses on this planet.