Yet, when women's bodies are telling them that SOMETHING'S WRONG - like these "mere" anecdotal stories about adverse reactions from Gardasil -- they are written off as "well, it could've been one of a 100 things" or "it's just her imagination [that she's having seizures, fatigue, etc.]".
Just look at chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia (sp?), and a whole host of other ailments -- for YEARS, women would be accused of making this up for attention, by the medical profession (not to smear all doctors - it's still a noble profession in my mind for the most part).
No one would argue that medical schools operate from a pharmaceutical-based view, with little or no nutritional info. Many ailments are nutrional issues.
But, look at the state of "science" now -- e.g., Global Warming fraud. The vicious quelling of dissent among the scientific ranks if someone tried to point out facts outside the "dogma." It took a scandal of the magnitude of hacked emails to get the truth out, and the truth has still not affected our EPA and White House.
It seems to me that, if something makes it easier for men to sexually exploit women (abortion, Gardasil vaccine), it's pushed from all levels. If women suffer from said means (post-abortion stress and regret, or vaccine side-effects), it's their imagination.
I hope this is never forced upon people (aren't they discussing a vaccine for Gardasil for boys?), as if the State owned your body. That would make us slaves, not citizens.
Thank you for your comments. You get it!