The anti-vaccination movement is responsible for the rise in measles (such as the Disneyland measles outbreak in 2015) and whooping cough. Since the anti-vaccination movement is primarily made up of mothers and other women, this is something where women bear responsibility. On top of that, mothers are usually the ones making health care choices for their children so in almost all cases where a child is not vaccinated (for anything other than legitimate medical reasons), a woman is responsible. This problem is made worse by divorce and that fact that women are responsible for most divorces. Fathers have to fight their ex-wives to get their children vaccinated and protect their children.
What started all of this anti-vaccination nonsense was a discredited study linking vaccination to increased autism rates. Not only was this study discredited to the point where the journal that published it chose to disavow it, the study was funded by a law firm on a fishing expedition to sue vaccine manufacturers. Despite these facts, women immediately latched on this. Why did this happen? To understand the reason, one must understand that certain degrees of autism, particularly autism level 1 (or Asperger’s Syndrome as it used to be called), is not a debilitating disease but indistinguishable from ultra-masculine thinking (the type of thinking that drives innovation). In fact, lower levels of autism, especially those that used to be called Asperger’s Syndrome, are likely to be nothing more than the medicalization of regular masculinity. In other words, women believed the anti-vaccination conspiracy theory because of their fear and hatred of masculinity. Not only is women refusing to vaccinate their children dangerous for their children’s health, it is particularly dangerous for their sons since those women in addition to endangering their health will be raising them in a cesspool of feminist/anti-male ideology. This is another example of how women’s role as child-bearer is rapidly becoming unnecessary and in many cases even harmful.