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Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by udomoh(m): 4:57am On Jul 05, 2019
Have you read about the new WHO sexual disability guidelines?

It says: “It is either you have sex or you are considered disabled”

People who do not have sex or struggle to find a sexual partner to have children, will now be considered disabled.

According to the shocking reports, in the new guidelines the World Health Organization( WHO) is set to classify a person, who is unable to find a suitable sexual partner or achieve pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sex, as disabled.

WHO (World Health Organization) is the directing and coordinating authority for health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidenced-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.

This shocking new development comes after new guidelines by the World Health Organization, which is set to be announced soon. Until now, not having an active sexual life or infertility was never considered a disability, but with this new move, all this is set to be changed.

The Lesbian Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community is not left out of the study, as the new rule will cover heterosexual and gay couples, who will be given the same priority like couple seeking invitro-fertilization (IVF) because of fertility problems, the report said.

Many have called the new WHO guidelines absurd, nonsense and controversial even for putting infertility and IVF among the group.

More of this study will be revealed as events unfold.

What is your take on the new WHO sexual disability guidelines?

https://nimedhealth.com.ng/2019/07/04/failure-to-find-sexual-partner-now-a-disability-who/?amp

Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by matrix199(m): 5:28am On Jul 05, 2019
So infertility has now become a disability eh
Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by lifezone247(m): 5:40am On Jul 05, 2019
So all those Catholic reverend father are now disabled people?
Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by chiommy123(f): 6:06am On Jul 05, 2019
Which one is the disability not finding a sexual partner or not getting her pregnant?
Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by udomoh(m): 6:35am On Jul 05, 2019
At least find a sexual partner first. Getting pregnant is another issue entirely. Finding a suitable sexual partner is key.

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Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by mercenary: 7:03am On Jul 05, 2019
We'll have too many disabled person in our society

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Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by Nobody: 8:24am On Jul 05, 2019
That's true.
Sex is cheap.
Even mad people have sex partners.

If you are in the sane category and you lack one,
Then you are obviously dis-able.
Re: Failure To Find A Sexual Partner Now A Disability- WHO by olempe(m): 9:57am On Jul 05, 2019
mercenary:
We'll have too many disabled people in our society
We already do. grin grin

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