Syphilis outbreak hits U.S. gay community - 128% increase blamed on homosexual normalization in society. Worse on its way.
As a major epidemic of syphilis continues to be revealed across the U.S.A., citizens are starting to ask: How can promoting gay sex through legalizing same-sex marriage be beneficial to good society?
The homosexual (LGBITIF) community's syphilis outbreak has been linked to a rampant increase in anonymous same-sex sex acts with partners met on social media. The contagion effect of this is affecting heterosexual who are unaware that their partner has had contact with infected homosexuals.
Caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, syphilis spreads through skin-to-skin sexual contact when there's a sore or lesion, typically in the genital or anal areas or mouth. Symptoms aren't always apparent and can progress for years, even decades, without treatment. In early stages.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, symptoms of late stage syphilis include difficulty coordinating muscle movements, numbness, paralysis, blindness and dementia.
Clark County health officials declared an outbreak in Las Vegas last week after noting a 128 percent increase in reported syphilis cases since 2012, with 615 of the 694 cases involving men diagnosed in 2015. This makes Nevada's rate of syphilis the highest in the West.
Syphilis outbreaks have appeared in the U.S. in recent years, including in Kansas, Pennsylvania and Hawaii.
Every child comes from and needs BOTH a mother and a father. Same-sex "marriage" intentionally keeps either a mother or a father from the child. Government should protect the child through upholding traditional marriage.
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