Quote# 65932

The should also warn girls that sperm/semen affects their immune systems rather dramatically. God designed girls so that our bodies wouldn't reject a foreign body, like a baby by making it possible for our immune systems to be compromised. It's fascinating how God created our bodies to work, we were designed to be with one partner. Having multiple really does a number on women's immunity. It's part of the reason that the swine flu is so devastating to pregnant women, their immune systems are compromised by pregnancy and the flu is deadly to them. Having multiple partners, compromises a woman's immunity to viruses and disease greatly.

PlentyGroovy, Prophecy Fellowship 65 Comments [9/23/2009 8:27:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher Lee

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Percy Q. Shunn

The palins should have named Bristol, "Swallow" instead...

9/23/2009 8:33:30 AM


Well, I guess I shouldn't really expect you to have competent sex education. (Girl's bodies are built to accept foreign material?)

9/23/2009 8:34:30 AM

This idiot's obviously never heard of the trouble RH- women can get into when they get pregant with an RH+ baby and don't get a Rhogam shot (hint: if they get pregant with another RH+ baby, their body's immune system does attack the baby)

9/23/2009 8:38:14 AM


Human biology fail.

9/23/2009 8:40:56 AM


Ooooohhhh wow.

9/23/2009 8:43:48 AM

Doubting Thomas

Ladies and Gentlemen, this post is a prime example of why abstinence-only sex education is a bad thing.

9/23/2009 8:49:38 AM


Umm... except when the woman's body does attack sperm, baby, and everything else... And where is this H1N1 info coming from? That's a new one to me, I heard it was no more dangerous to adults than seasonal flu - babies and children are the ones at higher risk.

9/23/2009 8:52:05 AM


Having multiple really does a number on women's immunity.

Not really. All fetuses are "foreign" bodies that invade the mother's uterus under the influence mainly of paternal genes (and are more actively resisted by the mother than most people realize). It doesn't matter whether the father of the next baby is the same as the father of the last.

9/23/2009 9:10:02 AM

David B.

I would be impressed by your knowledge of the immunosuppressive action of semen if you hadn't immediately gone and f***ed it up by saying that more partners equals more immunosuppression. It doesn't matter whether a woman gets a gallon up the foo-foo from her loving hubby or the local football team, as far as her immune system's concerned at least.

9/23/2009 9:11:13 AM


Percy...you made me spittake. nice zinger!

9/23/2009 9:13:17 AM


So many ways to make this quote fall apart like a house of cards...

9/23/2009 9:16:49 AM

Dr. Quasius

swine flu is so devastating to pregnant women, their immune systems are compromised by pregnancy and the flu is deadly to them

The only part of this drivel that is even close to true....

9/23/2009 9:56:51 AM


You do realize that the feminine immune system DOES attack incoming sperm and forming fetuses, right?

9/23/2009 9:59:04 AM


Wow... The stupid burns me.

9/23/2009 10:07:37 AM


So much fail. This got to get Ignorance Academy's Cleetes award.

9/23/2009 10:08:03 AM


LOL. Then why am I not dead? I've been bitten by all kinds of animals, punctured by other foreign objects, had strep throat, the flu, and any number of colds, got massively infected ant bites on my feet, and on and on and on. God designed my body not to reject a foreign object? I don't think so. My body rejects foreign objects just as well as anyone else's.

And yes, the immune system is stressed (but not incapacitated) by pregnancy, but it's not because of sperm or that our immune systems don't work right.

9/23/2009 10:18:03 AM


I am skeptical but I would be willing to volunteer to help PlentyGroovy with more research on this subject.

9/23/2009 10:28:27 AM


"Having multiple partners, compromises a woman's immunity to viruses and disease greatly."

Mild exposure to infectious agents actually stimulates the immune system, that's why children raised with animals have better immune systems than those raised without them.

9/23/2009 10:32:43 AM


Nope. There's a reason why the baby's bloodstream and the mother's bloodstream are kept separate. If they weren't, the mother's immune system would attack the baby's bloodstream and kill the fetus outright. This actually occasionally happens.

9/23/2009 10:36:00 AM


Ah, that must be why my mother's immune system did it's darnest to kill me off, never heard off Rhesus factor did you ?

Never heard about, how this immune system reaction get's more violent which every next child, leading to doctors having to give the baby blood transfusions in whilst the baby is still in the womb?

damn, #1026086 beat me too it, ah well, at least I can speak from personal experience :)
(really, I seem to have been one really yellow baby)

Not Sharing the bloodstream with your mother ???
Euh, what do you think the umbilical cord is for exactly?

9/23/2009 10:46:04 AM



Alien albumin for teh lose.

9/23/2009 10:54:59 AM


Another victim of home skooling.

9/23/2009 10:59:46 AM

Old Viking

Wow! All those words lined up in rows!

9/23/2009 11:28:24 AM



9/23/2009 11:30:57 AM

Deep Search

So. Much. Fail. Talk about pulling stuff out of your ass to promote your abstinence stance.

The cooz is a hostile environment to any sperm. It's possible for a woman to reject a fetus as a foreign body. Hello, miscarriages. It's actually the body's normal response to reject it. Pregnancy is supposed to create antibodies that keep the body from rejecting the fetus. And pregnancy can compromise health because it's so taxing and stressful on the body. Not because a woman has slept with a bunch of dudes...

9/23/2009 11:40:02 AM

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