Vote: Assange STD Laws Fitting name?

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Would you like to see STD Laws named The Assange Laws?

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    Suggested reading: Sweden's case against Julian Paul Assange ~ http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-files/Guardian/documents/2012/02/02/Assange_Respondents_case.pdf

    I suggest referring to the Swedish law that Assange allegedly disrespected be the adopted name for laws passed to prevent the spread of stds, which is basically the teeth of the Swedish laws--an assurance that law-abiding people will not pass STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases around in society by considerately using condoms. Used properly, it reduces the chance of casual sex partners spreading gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV, genital herpes, etc. I found a list with scientific names below:
    STDs are divided into several groups according to their pathogenic causes:

    BACTERIAL:

    # Chancroid (Haemophillius ducreyi); # Chlamydia infection (Chlamydia trachomatis); # Donovanosis (Granuloma inguinale or Calymmatobacterium granulomatis); # Gonorrhea (Neisseria gonorrhoeae); # Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV) (Clamydia trachomatis serotypes L1, L2, L3) # Non gonococcal urethritis (NGU) (Ureaplasma urealyticum or Mycoplasma hominis); # Syphilis (Treponema pallidum); etc.

    VIRAL:

    # Cytomegalovirus; # Hepatitis B; # Herpes /HSV (Herpes simplex virus); # Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV/AIDS); # Human Papilloma Virus (HPV); # Molluscum (MC); # Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS); etc. PARASITES:

    # Pubic Lice or, more popular, "crabs" (Phthirius pubis); # Scabies (Sarcoptes scabiei); etc. FUNGAL: # Candidiasis (thrush) (Candida albicans) can be sexually transmitted but not strictly an STD; Links to discussion of each type of STD
    If you can think of other reasons than yes or no to "Poll Options," please answer on the thread. Thanks.
     
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    *sigh* Kilroy was here. :lmao:
     
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    Neisseria gonorrhoeae

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    Photo at Bacterial Anatomy

    Symptoms of gonorrhea:


    In females, mild symptoms are usually present that resemble a bladder or vaginal infection; or sometimes they are not even present, making it difficult to treat in an efficient fashion. Symptoms can appear within 2-5 days for males, but may not be present in females for over 30 days. The following include painful urination and bloody or yellow vaginal or penile discharge, which if left untreated can develop into pelvic inflamatory disease (PID) for females, and swollen and painful testicles in males (epididymitis) (WebMD). The presence of gonorrhea can be be diagnosed using a Gram stain test, which will turn red for Gram negative bacteria. Credits: What is Gonorrhea?

    End Result of Untreated Gonorrhea:

    Untreated gonorrhea can lead to significant complications, such as:

    • Infertility in women. Untreated gonorrhea can spread into the uterus and fallopian tubes, causing pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which may result in scarring of the tubes, greater risk of pregnancy complications and infertility. PID is a serious infection that requires immediate treatment.
    • Infertility in men. Men with untreated gonorrhea can experience epididymitis — inflammation of the rear portion of the testicles where the sperm ducts are located (epididymis). Epididymitis is treatable, but if left untreated, it may lead to infertility.
    • Infection that spreads to the joints and other areas of your body. The bacterium that causes gonorrhea can spread through the bloodstream and infect other parts of your body, including your joints. Fever, rash, skin sores, joint pain, swelling and stiffness are possible results.
    • Increased risk of HIV/AIDS. Having gonorrhea makes you more susceptible to infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that leads to AIDS. People who have both gonorrhea and HIV are able to pass both diseases more readily to their partners.
    • Complications in babies. Babies who contract gonorrhea from their mothers during birth can develop blindness, sores on the scalp and infections.
    From the Mayo Clinic: Gonorrhea Complications


    This is just one problem of using unprotected sex, which is a sex crime in Sweden classified as rape.


     
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    Genital Herpes - the most common STD
    Electron micrograph
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    Image location: Herpes Pictures - Herpes Pictures and Cold Sores Pictures

    From "Modern Pathology - Identification of Herpes" long article


    From Updates on Genital herpes beyond the basics:

    Not everyone agrees on the exact numbers of babies that die from genital herpes. The above source says 50%. Others say 60%. I spared the board from reviewing the sickening pictures I viewed of the disease on genital parts. It's a bit over the top as an ick factor.

    Over and over, I read about how this disease can be prevented by (1) wearing condoms and (2) not engaging in oral sex of any kind with a person who has a history of Herpes Type 2 or Herpes Simplex, which can also mutate into a STD. The trouble with Herpes is that while the majority of spreads are during its active phase, there are people who spread the disease by using unprotected sex who do not know they have the disease, because their case is mild. The case they pass along to a sex partner can be anything but mild.

    I think Sweden's law requiring licensed sex servers to give condoms to their clients and calling it rape if the client does not comply and forces himself on the server is based on caring that humans do not spread the disease.

    It is a scourge of today's peple, and millions of people apparently have this one, often through no fault of their own.

    Oh, yeah, I forgot to say, one website claimed that 60% of infants who get the disease die near birth, and another 20% can suffer mental retardation.

    Not a very good gift to the next generation, I'm here to say.

    I started this informational poll because yesterday, I took a beating over saying Assange should face his charges in Sweden. It is not clear to me if this was because someone feels whistle-blowing gives the whistle-blower keys to the kingdom worldwide or not.

    This thread is my way of fighting back myths about the lack of severity of the Swedish charges. They're not mild. Obeying the Swedish law to use protection can be deleterious to the future of that country, and the Swedes are good people who don't like to see trouble among their country's men and women caused by the neglect of anyone to abuse a Swedish citizen sexually. I hope there are questions answered and very soon.
     
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    Treponema pallidum
    Syphilis

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    Credits to sciencephotos

    DISTINCTIVE PROPERTIES:
    • The Treponema are motile, helically coiled organisms having a corkscrew-like shape. They stain very poorly because their thickness approaches the resolution of the light microscope.
    • Treponema are delicate organisms requiring pH in the range 7.2 to 7.4, temperatures in the range 30°C to 37°C and a microaerophilic environment.
    • The structure of these organisms is somewhat different: the cells have a coating of glycosamino-glycans, which may be host-derived, and the outer membrane covers the three flagella that provide motility.
    • In addition, the cells have a high lipid content (cardiolipin, cholesterol), which is unusual for most bacteria. Cardiolipin elicits "Wassermann" antibodies that are diagnostic for syphilis.
    • Treponema possess a complex antigenic makeup that is difficult to determine because the organisms cannot be grown in vitro.
    The information below is from Microbytes Video Library and includes a video showing the spirochetes of syphilis infecting tissues.

    Syphilis is spread by mostly by sexual contact, except for congenital syphilis, which is spread from mother to fetus. Transmission by sexual contact requires exposure to moist lesions of skin or mucous membranes. As with many STDs, sexual promiscuity has resulted in an increase in syphilis during the last few decades. The symptoms of syphilis occur in three stages called primary, secondary and late:

    • The first sign of syphilis is a lesion known as a "chancre" (a clean, painless, indurated ulcer) which forms at the site of entry where the organism enters the body through the mucous membranes or breaks in the epithelium. Multiple chancres occur if more than one organism enters. The chancre lesions contain an initially local infection by the Treponeme. Common sites for the lesions include genitalia, rectum, urethra and mouth. The chancre, which may be accompanied by swollen glands, may last from one to five weeks, and may disappear by itself even if no treatment is received.
    • Approximately six weeks after the sore first appears, the second stage of the disease begins. The most common symptom during this stage is a rash, which may appear on any part of the body. Other symptoms may occur such as tiredness, fever, sore throat, headaches, hoarseness, loss of appetite, hair loss and swollen glands. These signs and symptoms will last two to six weeks and generally disappear in the absence of adequate treatment.
    • The third stage, called late syphilis (syphilis of over four years' duration), may involve illness in the skin, bones, central nervous system and heart. Untreated, syphilis can lead to destruction of soft tissue and bone, heart failure, blindness and a variety of other conditions which may be mild to incapacitating. Women with untreated syphilis may transmit the disease to unborn children, which can result in death or deformity of the child.
    Syphilis remains infectious for a period of up to two years, possibly longer. Transmission of infection depends on the existence of infectious lesions (sores), which may or may not be visible. No natural immunity to syphilis develops and past infection offers no protection to future exposure. Syphilis is relatively easily treated with antibiotics such as penicillin, usually given as consecutive daily intramuscular injections. Patients who are allergic to penicillin may be treated with tetracycline. Fortunately, unlike other STDs such as gonorrhea, there is little evidence of antibiotic resistance developing in syphilis.

     
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    I've been scouring the web for the past three hours. Is anyone seeing why Sweden might be upset when people come in their country to take advantage of their tolerance for sexual prostitution and often a user unlawfully decides he doesn't have to obey their rules about using protection and that not doing so is considered in their unique society as rape?

    I wrote a lot of papers on human health during my years studying human health and physical education. I can see from yesterday's debate at another thread, it is virtually impossible to get across the aggressive illness that an STD can be, and why it still exists.

    Children who are raped by an adult who has the disease can contract an STD and have his future destroyed and damage future family babies who are at risk for contracting some STDs when they pass through the birth channel of an infected person, if they don't already have the disease contracted during their fetal stage, which is now known to happen due to better scientific tools to detect fetal diseases.

    Since the most famous perpetrator of behaviors that result in passage of known or unknown STDs is fighting extradition to Sweden to face accusers, I think it would save human lives to attach his name to the law to give it the teeth that fighting STDs worldwide should have.

    Does that make sense to anyone reading here? Please stand up and say so if you can. No confessions, please. I'm assuming others here are scholarly enough to understand what health care advocates have to know in order to function usefully to their fellows in society.

    Also, if you haven't, please vote. I'm not requiring anyone to agree with me or even read the complex medical studies I pass along that mean everything to me, but may mean nothing to one who is not acquainted with scientific terminologies. I'm just trying to show my basis for why Mr. Assange should face his charges, and he should cut the crap with his attorneys trying to save him to damage America and other enemies of theirs with damaging information, and just go to Sweden, listen to and learn from his mistakes if he made one or provide absolute proof of his innocence if he didn't do what witnesses said he did to them.
     
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    One thing about microbiology its students learn in studying how people become ill is vector routes. Back when I was studying human illnesses in the late 70s and early 80s, when people took microbiology, disease-causing microbes were emphasized in the courses I took, and to learn how the disease infected people, you learn vector routes. I noticed in reading that lately, the infection Hepatitis B is now classified as an STD. I wondered how it could be and suspected it had to be about a vector route thought of in the fuzziest terms. I just can't recollect it being part of my text's major venereal diseases (the term we used before today's terminology STDs became more popular). Well, regardless, indeed, Hepatitis B, once notorious for being transmitted by needles shared by people sharing intravenous illegal drug administration, has also been found to have the vector route of semen and "other bodily fluids."

    So if two people are using sterile needles, because one has Hepatitis B, the other is often horrified to learn that having unprotected sex with the other drug user was how he or she got the disease as well.

    So Hepatitis B is an STD, and it's a pretty bad one.

    Here's what a liver will look like if one is not treated for Hepatitis B he or she has contracted on a timely basis:

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    Credits at above link.

    Hepatitis Transmission Risk to Fetus:

    Hepatitis B
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    Unprotected sex is the greatest vector route of Hepatitis B infections. It's a pretty goddamned shitty thing to give the next generation IMO.

    Stupid people who INSIST on having unprotected sex are likely to eventually contract Hepatits B as they criticize and mock people of faith who delay the gratification of sex until after marriage.

    That's just what Julian Paul Assange risked on himself and at least two women in Sweden if their testimony means anything. And this genius is the one people bow down and worship when he walks down the street with his computer filled with sensitive information that demeans and destroys the stature of other nations in his hack-filled computer?

    He is Australian. Is he working at the behest of the people of Australia to destroy their former ally in WWII? My Uncle Wimberly and Aunt Lorna were Australians. I hope Julian Paul Assange is NOT working for the Australian government and is NOT conspiring to destroy my country in this loose-cannon method.

    That's why Assange has to go to Sweden and clear this little misunderstanding up.

    Either he is YES or is not NO risking other people's lives and well being with his loose and illegal mores of forcing people he pays for sex to get it unprotected.

    I hope he's innocent, but it isn't looking like it right now.

    Sweden's case against Julian Paul Assange ~ http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-file...dents_case.pdf
     
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    Hepatitis B microbe is a virus It is bazillions of times smaller than a bacteria usually.

    I see a couple of missing photos above, and apologize. I try to use public and royalty-free photos as much as possible when posting, but occasionally, one slips past me. Below are replacements for the ones missing above showing what hepatitis B looks like under the microscope. The first is from Wikipedia and shows what the organism appears in the only way they can see a virus, same as I saw back in microbiology class in the 80s, black and white from Wikipedia, which adds: "Hepatitis B virus is an hepadnavirus—hepa from hepatotropic (attracted to the liver) and dna because it is a DNA virus[12]—and it has a circular genome of partially double-stranded DNA. The viruses replicate through an RNA intermediate form by reverse transcription, which practice relates them to retroviruses.[13] Although replication takes place in the liver, the virus spreads to the blood where viral proteins and antibodies against them are found in infected people.[14]":

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    credits: Hepatitis B - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I will just give a verbal of the liver, since it showed 4 stages --the bright liver red-brown of a healthy liver, the anemic colored liver, the yellow liver with cirrhosis, and the light gray almost-dead liver full of necrotic cells delivering such an eyeful.
     
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    blindness

    Chlamydia is our next STD study in the ever-enlarging world of STDs, and 600,000,000 (six hundred million) people in the world are blinded on account of its deleterious effects.

    This little lover wasn't worth the night of pleasure that brought it into someone's life. The disgusting details of its pathology are here: Chlamydia trachomatis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    I will just say when contracted, it hangs out in the genitals, the eyes, and the rectum. It is prevalant in the continent of Africa, but of course is not unknown here.]

    It is another gram-negative bacteria, and I'll try to find a royalty-free use photo if I can:

    Well, it ain't purty either, but here's some eye-openers to its effect on the human eye:
    [​IMG]

    It is said to do its dirty work interstitially (between the cells), but no matter. It's hell on eyes, and it's sad when those eyes are born that way of ignorance of sex practitioners of STD knowledge.

    This and cellular images are available at MicrobeWiki: Chlamydia trachomatis* - MicrobeWiki

    Oh, yeah, and it can cause chronic pneumonia and urinary issues in both men and women, just a little difference in location of the plumbing. Arrrgh.

    You know, if people obeyed Swedish law, they might not get this human anathema. The failure to use protection during sex with multiple partners would probably spare the world 80% of the STDs there are floating around. That roughly means there would only be 100 million people completely blind from this detritus of an organism waiting to spread itself around on the lust and passions of mankind.

    And I hope Julian Paul Assange gets to go face his accusers for failure to comply with Swedish law.
     
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    This little bugger, once thought just to be responsible for the itchies is now known not to be such a little problem. It is a pathogen that opens the door to disease for anyone who has HIV to invite it to becocme full-blown AIDs, and it also invites in other STDs with faster delivery to people who might otherwise be able to fight off a few organisms. That'd be all other STDs listed above, and more.

    I was looking up why it causes low birth rates in infants, and from 4 sites, it is not clear to me why that is, except one said it causes early termination of the pregnancy.

    The really bad part of "Trich" as it is known popularly is that 50% of the women who contract it have no symptoms, and men contracting the organism may have a light case as well, though any partner with a reaction to this little varmint that may come complete strawberry lesions on genitalia or inside urinary tubes.

    Today's portal bacteria or virus could well be tomorrow's doom for some unsuspecting receiver where the nearest physician could be 400 miles away. It is 80% preventable by conventional methods, and 100% preventable by abstinence.

    I've seen people with strong religious convictions about sundry sexual issues hammered on this website by near-militant crusaders who claim religion is a dinosaur. What these baby geniuses do not know and may not be willing to face is that religion throughout the ages took a stand for human practices most likely to produce health, and their societies became successful by promoting health practices and believing in something better and greater than disease-riddled lives.

    So if you're a charter anti-religion anarchist, I suggest you study a little harder on health issues and decide for yourself on percentages of illness in abstinence before marriage as protection for one's partner and free-love, which practically guarantees future misery of one kind or another, particularly if an antibiotic-resistant strain is contracted from someone who took antibiotics irregularly and caused a handful of organisms to survive, made resistant by improper knowledge of how to avert a microbial infection by taking his prescription according to a good doctor's recommendation and not the victim of a pharmaceutical organization doing sloppy work.

    Since there are many factors in health, the only tried-and-true preventative for all these problems caused by STDs is abstention, and that isn't easy when youthful persons go through adolescent with hormones aflame. It also is blocked when a virginal child is raped, touched inappropriately with unsterilized hands, or if played with with dirty or used sex toys by someone who thinks "teaching" a minor about sex is "doing him a favor for the future."

    Stupid people do stupid things. *sigh*

    Trich is a flagellated protozoan, and it gets around in fluids.

    Those so willing to spread around this common cold of an STD have zero idea the torment it is in human society, being that it is a vector's vector.

    Oh, yeah, and while I'm editing typos, if I were a Swedish health minister at this time I'd be madder than a hell hatter at STUPID Wikileaker and unprotected studmuffin Julian Paul Assange
     
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