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Francis HellThe BIG SHOW starts today. And with today’s post, your humble blogger is adopting a new strategy. Over the course of the next three weeks, your humble blogger will be chronicling “SCIENTIFIC” evidence to support the contention (HYPOTHESIS), one based on OBJECTIVE REALITY, that deviant sexual behaviour is in fact “intrinsically disordered”.

First a word about the term “scientific”. Here we will be restricting ourselves to OBJECTIVE SCIENCE, for the lack of a better term. What we will not be dealing with is “JUNK SCIENCE”, i.e. the kind that cannot be replicated. (see here) In other words, FRAUDULENT. This FRAUDULENT “SCIENCE is the basis for the heretical prelates who are trying to change Catholic doctrine and ecclesiastical law to promote an “intrinsically disordered” ideology, i.e. GENDER.

The science that we will be using is based on clinical studies of the EFFECTS CAUSED by perpetrators of “intrinsically disordered” behaviour specifically, but also perpetrators of behaviour that deviates from that taught by the Catholic Church, grounded in natural moral law and natural law in general. In other words, FORNICATION.

On a more general level, what I will try to illustrate over these next three weeks is the causal relationship between the Kasperian “theology of mercy” and its logical end effects.

So let’s get cracking, shall we?

The first re-post comes from the website PubMed.gov (US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health). I am republishing the post titled  Enteric diseases of homosexual men (see here)…. (emphasis added)

FOR THE RECORD

Enteric diseases of homosexual men.

Baker RW, Peppercorn MA.

Certain enteric ailments are particularly common among homosexual men. They are primarily infectious diseases and include not only such common venereal diseases as gonorrhea and syphilis but also infections not usually regarded as being sexually transmitted. Among the latter are shigellosis, salmonellosis, giardiasis, and amebiasis. Patients’ symptoms are non-specific and seldom helpful in diagnosing particular diseases. The practitioner must be prepared to identify a number of infections with similar presentations that may occur singly or together in gay men. Gonorrhea is probably the most common bacterial infection in gay men. Carriage rates as high as 50% have been reported, and extra-genital carriage is common; this necessitates culturing the urethra, rectum, and pharynx. Procaine penicillin G is the treatment of choice for most patients; spectinomycin is probably the drug of choice in penicillin-sensitive patients. In contrast to other venereal diseases, syphilis may have a characteristic protoscopic presentation. Benzathine penicillin G is the treatment of choice for most patients. Lymphogranuloma venereum causes penile lesions and inguinal lymphadenitis in heterosexual men, whereas homosexual men are more prone to proctitis. The disease may mimic Crohn’s disease. Recommended treatment includes tetracycline or sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim. Shigellosis usually presents as an acute diarrheal illness. Patients generally require only supportive treatment with fluids. Herpes simplex viral infection is difficult to diagnose and has several different presentations, including lumbosacral radiculomyelopathy. Symptomatic treatment with sitz baths, anesthetic ointment, and analgesics is recommended. Venereal warts are believed to be caused by the same virus that causes verrucous warts; they are usually found in the anal canal or around the anal orifice. They are commonly treated with 25% podophyllin solution. Parasitic infections include giardiasis, amebiasis, and pinworm infections. Metronidazole may be used in the treatment of symptomatic giardiasis and amebiasis, but it is not approved for the former indication; quinacrine is approved for giardiasis. Pinworm infestation may be treated with pyrantel pamoate or mebendazole. Cure of enteric diseases in homosexual men must be documented.

So there you have it.

Concluding, one can say that normal sexual activity can also cause the contraction of sexually transmitted diseases. No matter how remote the chances are. But this is a TRUE STATEMENT. The difference however, is that in an “intrinsically disordered” activity, the effects described in the post above are caused by the activity itself, whereas in a “intrinsically ordered” activity, they are a side issue caused by abuse per se.

In other words, if the “intrinsically ordered” activity of the participants was guided by the moral teaching of the Catholic Church, the effects described above would be non-existent. With respect to the “intrinsically disordered” activity, no amount of application of natural moral theology will eliminate these effects. Even in “stable gay relationship”, as the HeterodoxCard. Schönborn suggests (see here). And the reason for this state of REALITY is because this type of activity is OBJECTIVELY INTRINSICALLY DISORDERED by its very nature.

And it is the promotion and permissiveness of this harmful, both spiritually and physically OBJECTIVELY INTRINSICALLY DISORDERED  behaviour that is the end goal of FRANCISMERCY as practiced by the heretics pushing the Bergoglian/Kasperian “theology done on the knees”.

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