Weed and Women: The Ultimate Feminist Drug By Mrs Vera West

     It turns out that marijuana may be the ultimate feminist drug, cutting out the abortion middle woman, and leading straight to infertility, which must have Women’s Studies classes ecstatic, but unfortunately for them, they cannot meet at university, which is not to say that secret illegal meetings on Macbeth’s heath do not occur:

    That’s enough Shakespeare for one day, but really, I think Macbeth is his greatest play, certainly making great film, more action than Hamlet. And, the use of the feminism and witch metaphor alludes to the fact that feminists are turning to witchcraft, saying that the patriarchy, and Christianity supressed this, so they said it, not me:

“A new study has revealed a concerning link between using marijuana and pregnancy. Scientists say tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the ingredient that triggers marijuana’s psychological effects, may also lead to infertility in women. According to a study on embryos at the University of Guelph in Canada, exposure to THC leads to a drastic drop in the chances of a successful pregnancy. Testing the eggs of cows, researchers found that higher levels of the marijuana ingredient delayed the eggs from reaching important milestones in their development. Megan Misner, one of the study’s authors, says doctors regularly warn women to avoid marijuana while getting fertility treatments. Until now however, Misner says the evidence to support that advise hasn’t been strong. “The scientific evidence backing this statement is weak,” Misner said in a press release. “This makes it difficult for physicians to properly advise patients undergoing in vitro fertilization.”

Dozens of Genes Affected By THC
Researchers separated the female cow eggs into five groups: untreated, control, low THC, mid THC, and high THC. The eggs exposed to THC were given doses that were the same as a person using medical or recreational marijuana. The results show eggs affected by THC had far fewer connexins, genes that are found in good quality embryos. Misner says fewer connexins means an egg will likely fail to develop into a baby. “This is a key indicator in determining the quality and developmental potential of the egg,” the master student at Guelph explained. “This embryo would be less likely to proceed past the first week of development, and thus lead to infertility.” In total, the study says 62 genes were affected by THC exposure compared to the untreated group.”

     The study was published in the Journal of the Endocrine Society:

     On the good side, since weed is the drug of the Left, this means that natural selection may be working its magic. Always keep clean away from drugs, including alcohol (James). In the end, we can simply outbreed them, if we keep pure in body, heart and spirit.



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