Have s*x now or risk being referred to as ‘disabled’. This is because the World Health Organization (WHO) is seeking to revise the definition of ‘disability’ to include one’s inability to find a s*xual partner.
Per the new definition, failure to find a s*xual partner is considered a ‘disability’, classified under ‘infertility.’
Currently, WHO defines ‘infertility’ to mean ‘a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse’ or as “the inability of a s*xually active, non-contracepting couple to achieve pregnancy in one year.’
Media reports suggest that WHO is gearing towards changing the definition of ‘infertility’.
WHO will ‘declare next year that single men and women without medical issues, if they do not have children but want to become a parent will be classified as ‘infertile.’
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The dramatic move by WHO will completely change the standard and make a person who is unable to find a suitable s*xual partner or is lacking a sexual relationship to have children – be equally classified as disabled.
The world health body forsees the change will give every individual the ‘right to reproduce.’
This amendment points to one thing-that s*x is sweet and every human being should be given the opportunity to enjoy it.
If you are single but still don’t know the action to take after reading this article, then we advise you contact your grandma for explanation.