Since women invented sin 6000 years ago in the garden, people have been trying to use oral sex as a way to defy Gods command to go forth and multiply.
Now secular science is finally catching up to what we have long known. Oral sex is a deadly sin.
“Adolescents don’t think oral sex is something to worry about,” said Bonnie Halpern-Felsher professor of pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco. “They view it as a way to have intimacy without having ‘sex.’”
Halpern-Felsher and other researchers presented the latest information about the risks of contracting an HPV infection Sunday at the American Association for the Advancement of Science annual meeting.
The latest data suggest that 64% of oropharynx cancers – growing in the middle part of the throat – in the United States are caused by HPV, which is more than tobacco causes, said Maura Gillison of Ohio State University. And as the number of partners on whom you have performed oral sex goes up, the risk of oropharynx cancer goes up.
About 37,000 people per year receive a diagnosis of oral cancer, according to the Oral Cancer Foundation.
The side effects of unnatural sex acts have long been documents. From anal cancer to impacted bowl syndrome to flap damage, unnatural sex is like a game for Russian roulette with your body.
The only safe oral sex is in a monogamous heterosexual union between a man and his wife. The holy one endowed men with the ability to gift his wife with a wonderful tasting and nutritious fluid to enjoy.
Conversely women’s private areas have been cursed with foul fishy smelling fluids and random bleedings. It is an obvious sign that cunnilingus is an unnatural act.
Yet scores of college women ignore these biological signs and give into their desires for the soft touch of another woman. A quick search of the internet’s reveal hot girl on girl action is one of the most rampant actions on the webs. Women use Facebooks, Wikipedaileaks, and someone named Craig’s list to find each other in the hopes of drinking from each other’s poison nectar.