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Leftist Soy ‘Men’ Want Vasectomies After Roe v. Wade Decision

'There was an increase of basically 100 percent in the number of vasectomies from the moment Roe v. Wade was overturned...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Doctors noticed that leftist soy men started to massively have vasectomies to avoid the most obvious consequence of having sex — a woman getting pregnant.

This “protest” comes after the Supreme Court outlawed Roe v. Wade and gave the power back to the states, according to Breitbart.

“There was an increase of basically 100 percent in the number of vasectomies from the moment Roe v. Wade was overturned,” Dr. Esgar Guarin, the co-founder of SimpleVas Medical Clinic, said.

Guarin, who is trained to be a maternal, child and “reproductive health” doctor in Des Moines, Iowa, said that “within only 48 hours” of the high court’s decision on June 24, 2022, his office signed up 50 percent of the patients that they would normally have for vasectomies in a month. In the United States, around 500,000 vasectomies are performed every year as “permanent birth control for men.”

It appears to be that there are a lot of leftists in St. Louis, Mo., too, because, in Nov. 2022, the Planned Parenthood office in that city reported an increase in vasectomies.

“We performed 142 vasectomies in 2021. Already this year, we’ve done close to 200 in 2022,” Dr. Margaret Baum of Planned Parenthood told Live Action.

Even though leftist soy men massive decided to “protest” the overturn of Roe v. Wade, there are also normal people who decided to use this form of contraception for economic reasons.

“During the Great Recession, there was a marked increase in requests for vasectomies, because people felt that the economy was such that they couldn’t afford to have children,” Marco Goldstein, professor of reproductive medicine and urology at Weill Cornell Medical College, said.

“And we’re seeing exactly the same thing happening now,” he added. “We’ve seen a doubling or tripling overall in the number of vasectomies, and they marked a drop in the number of reversals since Roe v. Wade.”

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