I have to admit; I never understood what the big deal was about sex. My logical mind tells me it’s a reproductive function. My gender was female and, therefore, a sexual object. It always got in the way of my intellectual desires.
I grew up in the days when boys and girls were segregated. Boys had their side of the playground, and we had ours. Every effort was made to make sure we didn’t touch each other—oh my…
In middle school, boys took shop and girls took home economics—that ground on my nerves. I wanted the shop with its tool and measurements, but protocol [at the time] wanted me to cook and clean and sew.
I fought for my right to take shop and lost. Apparently, my gender was a problem. So I did my thing, took the mandatory class, and grudgingly completed the assigned class assignments. The only memorable assignment was the sewing of an apron—ahhh tools, and measurements were mine.
Girls were considered to be future breeders. I dreamed of going to Harvard. I knew my frontal appendages would hold me back.
But let’s now discuss [what I consider to be] our imposed sexuality. If we don’t gotta have it, we’re strange. If we don’t want it, they give us a pill. Yes, I know. It’s just a little pill but it comes with so many negatives.
Note the highlighted area in the article above. A few months ago, I did not know so much progress had been made in the field of genetics, but I do now. Only a pathway is being affected by Pfizer’s Viagra. My studies in genetics were cut short, or maybe I don’t remember [it was loong ago] so let’s take a look at some information.
My purpose in exposing you and me to this information is to show us all just how complicated that little pill is that we put in our mouths.
That innocuous little pill that can give you a hard-on can give other things a hard-on for causing other conditions—like cancer.
Two classes of genetic pathways
Genetic pathway analysis
Distinct genetic pathways define pre-leukemic and compensatory clonal hematopoiesis in Shwachman-Diamond syndrome
We see that Pfizer’s Viagra for men is complicated and can cause complications, but the Federal Drug Administration [FDA] forges right ahead with Viagra for women. And no wonder… The FDA gets the bulk of its budget from the pharmaceutical industry.
“But others complained that all the lobbying had the potential to overshadow concerns about the drug’s safety. Dr. Adriane Fugh-Berman, director of Georgetown University’s pharmaceutical watchdog project PharmedOut, told an FDA advisory panel in June that “to approve this drug will set the worst kind of precedent — that companies that spend enough money can force the FDA to approve useless or dangerous drugs.” The panel voted 18 to 6 to recommend the drug.
Last month, three members of that advisory panel fretted in the pages of the Journal of the American Medical Assn. that the agency was forced to adjudicate questions about Addyi’s safety and effectiveness in a “politically charged atmosphere.””
Is ‘Pink Viagra’ for Women Safe, Sexy or a Hoax?
Now Chris is my kinda guy. Not because he’s cute and manly, but he speaks Truth, and you guys all know how much I treasure Truth.
I was once put on a medication [no, not Viagra] that caused me to become completely legally blind. I could see enough to get around, but I could not read at all. I thought it was disease stealing my sight until I sat down and thought it through. I had been put on a drug to help me sleep [insomnia caused by Pfizer’s Aricept] and googled vision/Remeron. Blindness emerged as a problem
Dangerous Side Effects Of Viagra (Cialis, ED Pills)
In this video I break down the Dangerous Side Effects of ED Pills.
ED (Erectile Dysfunction) is an issue that plagues many men in today’s society. This is a problem that is growing in size and is only compounded by this misinformation propagated by the pharmaceutical industry
The side effects of ED pills should make any man want to find a natural alternative. They include:
Sudden Vision Loss
Tinnitus and sensory disruption
Decrease in Liver Function
Viagra More Dangerous Than Coronavirus, Says Joe Giudice
Were there lawsuits involving Pfizer’s Viagra?
Oh yes. Many are now closed. But generic drugs run rampant on the market; for a function we are told and groomed and conditioned into believing is important.
I admit it’s fun, but so is ice cream.
“Other side effects of Viagra
Viagra can cause certain side effects in some patients. The severity of these side effects can range from mild to serious. According to the drug’s label, the most common side effects include:
- Upset stomach
- Abnormal vision or blurred vision
- Stuffy or runny nose
- Back pain
- Muscle pain
Other more serious side effects have also been reported while taking Viagra. These include:
- Priapism – an erection lasting more than four hours (can cause permanent damage if not treated right away)
- Sudden vision loss in or one or more eye
- Sudden hearing decrease or loss
- Ringing in ear (tinnitus)
- Heart attack
- Irregular heartbeats
Viagra Melanoma Lawsuit Claims Center
Viagra’s maker Pfizer has faced numerous lawsuits throughout the years relating to different side effects of the drug. Most recently, former Viagra users have begun seeking legal recourse for the potentially deadly side effect of melanoma.
After Viagra was linked to a possible increased risk of melanoma skin cancer, users of the drug began to file lawsuits against the maker of the drug. These lawsuits are in the early stages and it is likely more lawsuits will be brought against Pfizer relating to Viagra and its skin cancer link.
Viagra Heart attack lawsuits
Merely months after Viagra hit the market, a 63-year-old man filed an $85 million lawsuit against Pfizer after suffering a heart attack while using the drug. Four other men eventually joined the suit. This was the first lawsuit filed against Pfizer for its ED wonder drug, and it certainly wouldn’t be the last. Viagra can cause a sudden drop in blood pressure, which can lead to heart attack or stroke.
Viagra Vision lawsuits
Shortly after the first heart attack lawsuit was filed against Pfizer, a New Jersey man sued the drug company after crashing his car when using Viagra. The 1998 suit alleged Viagra caused the man to see blue spots while he was driving his car, which he crashed into some parked cars and a tree. The FDA required Pfizer to update the Viagra label to include the risk of unusual or loss of vision.”
I wonder how significant the Pharmaceutical/Medical industry’s control plays in the inability to engage experts? Medical Exemptions [MEs] for vaccinations have been destroyed by legislation allegedly drawn up by pharmaceutical representatives throughout the country.
Mds face loss of licensure for writing too many MEs  and a significant portion of the populace are severely damaged by these shots.
We are bombarded by pharmaceutical advertisements in every form of media. Problems that barely existed in my early days become advertised problems today—oh—and there’s a pill or injection or surgery.
And hey—do you know why you never hear about the possible side effects from vaccines when they are flashed on your boob-tube? Such advertisements have been deemed public service announcements, so they do not have to tell you of the dangers.
Pfizer is a pharmaceutical company—nothing more. It is accountable to its shareholders—not you or me. [They really don’t care what we get up]
As long as it isn’t a lawsuit.
Copyright January 2021 by Joyce Bowen