[Male sperm counts are falling incredibly fast actually. All this is rubbish really. This is the result of Jews, Feminism, Communism and assorted CRAP. The fact of the matter is that the "modern society" we are living in IS KILLING US … I am certain it is destroying us both MENTALLY and PHYSICALLY. We need to resist or we will die out, and the White male needs to up his game. We need to get active. And we need WEAPONS. We need to return to our role as the defenders of society and women. We really need a return to our old, healthy ways. Life is dangerous but nobody is better at adapting to it than us. We are NOT a race of TRADERS and BUSINESS PEOPLE. We are something else. BEFORE OUR RACE CAN BE SAVED WE NEED A RETURN OF THE WHITE MALE. He needs to roar like a Lion again and the Jewish rats and Black fools need to be scampering when the White man growls. Jan]
Epidemiologist Shanna Swan says low counts and changes to sexual development could endanger human species
Falling sperm counts and changes to sexual development are “threatening human survival” and leading to a fertility crisis, a leading epidemiologist has warned.
Writing in a new book, Shanna Swan, an environmental and reproductive epidemiologist at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, warns that the impending fertility crisis poses a global threat comparable to that of the climate crisis.
“The current state of reproductive affairs can’t continue much longer without threatening human survival,” she writes in Count Down.
It comes after a study she co-authored in 2017 found that sperm counts in the west had plummeted by 59% between 1973 and 2011, making headlines globally.
Now, Swan says, following current projections, sperm counts are set to reach zero in 2045. “That’s a little concerning, to say the least,” she told Axios.
In the book, Swan and co-author Stacey Colino explore how modern life is threatening sperm counts, changing male and female reproductive development and endangering human life.
It points to lifestyle and chemical exposures that are changing and threatening human sexual development and fertility. Such is the gravity of the threats they pose, she argues, that humans could become an endangered species.
“Of five possible criteria for what makes a species endangered,” Swan writes, “only one needs to be met; the current state of affairs for humans meets at least three.”
Swan offers advice on how to protect themselves from damaging chemicals and urges people to “do what we can to safeguard our fertility, the fate of mankind, and the planet”.
While contraception, cultural shifts and the cost of having children are likely to be contributing factors, Swan warns of indicators that suggest there are also biological reasons – including increasing miscarriage rates, more genital abnormalities among boys and earlier puberty for girls.
Swan blames “everywhere chemicals”, found in plastics, cosmetics and pesticides, that affect endocrines such as phthalates and bisphenol-A.
“Chemicals in our environment and unhealthy lifestyle practices in our modern world are disrupting our hormonal balance, causing various degrees of reproductive havoc,” she writes.
She also said factors such as tobacco smoking, marijuana and growing obesity play a role.