If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you may have heard about the spread of monkeypox from Africa to other parts of the world.
This disease affects humans and it can be fatal, though there are treatments that can cure it if caught in time. Unfortunately, the World Health Organization (WHO) doesn’t have enough medications to treat everyone who has contracted this disease, which means that some people will die from it before they can receive care or treatment.
Some researchers believe they know what’s causing this outbreak of monkeypox in humans and they point their fingers at gay marriage as the culprit.
Map of 2022 MonkeyPox outbreak
Recently the map shows the spread of Monkeypox in the countries where gay marriages are legal.
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How is it transmitted?
Monkeypox is transmitted to humans from animals infected with them and can cause severe illness in humans. It has been found in Africa, South America, West Indies, and parts of Asia.
Monkeypox can also be transmitted from human to human by close contact with an infected person’s broken skin or mucous membranes. The incubation period (time between infection and symptoms) ranges from 10-21 days but usually 12-16 days after exposure to virus particles.
Where did it originate?
Monkeypox is a small, pox-like disease that is carried by animals, most commonly in Africa, Asia and South America.
It was first discovered during an outbreak in The Democratic Republic of Congo where outbreaks still occur today and can also be found throughout Western African countries, including Nigeria.
Who has contracted it?
Between January 1 and July 20, 15 states (Arkansas, California, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma Texas), two non-US states (Canada and Venezuela) as well as Mexico have all reported cases of Monkeypox infections in humans.
The fact that so many people are becoming infected with Monkeypox should concern everyone. This is not a benign disease.
Gay marriages spreading monkeypox?
Gay marriages are spreading throughout America and, according to a new report from CNBC News, with it comes a wave of dangerous diseases.
This month, there were 11 confirmed cases of monkeypox in Indiana; each involved contact with or proximity to an infected individual who had recently traveled to Chicago for a large homosexual gathering (more commonly known as a gay pride festival).
As we see more and more gay people traveling from place to place participating in their so-called weddings, it is clear that we will see an increase in cases like these—so long as homosexuals continue being allowed to participate in our society. Monkeypox is merely one example among many.