Dec 8, 2019 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
CrazyMothers is a 501 (c)(3) dedicated to spreading vaccine injury and recovery awareness. We work with mothers to help them gain true informed consent, so the decision to vaccinate (or not!) comes from a place of knowledge as opposed to fear.
We strive to help parents who are dealing with a child’s vaccine injury, pointing them toward resources which will begin their journey to recovery. Most importantly, we aim to help everyone in our CrazyMothers community feel empowered when making decisions regarding their children’s health.
Anti-Vaxxers Needled After Asking To Be Called ‘Vaccine Risk Aware’ A recent Twitter post is getting mocked after posting a request that the media avoid using the term “anti-vaxxer,” calling the label “derogatory” and “inflammatory.” On Sunday, a Twitter account associated with an anti-vaccination website called Crazy Mothers posted the request to stop using the label, which is often applied to those who claim without evidence that vaccines are dangerous. The same message was posted to the site’s Instagram account. Vaccines are safe and effective at establishing herd immunity and reducing the risk of disease for sensitive populations. In March, a decadelong study showed there was no link between vaccines and autism, a common claim among the anti-vaxxer set.
Please retire the use of the term “Anti-vaxxer.” It is derogatory, inflammatory, and marginalizes both women and their experiences. It is dismissivemy simplistic, highly offensive and largely false. We politely request that you refer to us as the Vaccine Risk Aware. pic.twitter.com/WtAyFOhLuv
— Crazymothers (@Crazymothers1) December 1, 2019
Hour 2 ENCORE – Special Guest – Ginger Taylor!
Ginger Taylor is a 42 year old new media writer, author, speaker and activist. She blogs on the politics of autism, health, vaccination, informed consent and both corporate and government corruption. She is a former Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in adolescent and family therapy and hold a Masters degree in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. She currently carries a caseload of one… her son Chandler who regressed into autism following his 18 month vaccinations. In 2009 she served on the steering committee of the first Maine CDC Autism Conference to educate medical professionals on the current state of research and treatment of autism. She is the founder of Greater Brunswick Special Families a support organization for families supporting loved ones with developmental disabilities in Mid-Coast Maine.
“Anti-vaxxer” is Used as a Bigoted Epithet and a Smear, Why Are You Using It? What do you call a woman who delivered a combined 77 doses of vaccine to her two sons? An “anti-vaxxer.” What do you call a pediatrician who deliverers vaccines in his office every day? An “anti-vaxxer.” What do you call the Princeton/Harvard educated father of a disabled daughter who works to improve vaccine safety science and policy? An “anti-vaxxer” who deserves to be hung. I have written several vaccine safety reform bills, one of which that resulted in adding this page (https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/infectious-disease/immunization/vaccine-safety.shtml) to the Maine.gov web site, to make sure that the state officially recognized and informed the public that the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program Exists. So naturally by working to assure that the state, and its medical providers, know about federal vaccine safety and injury programs, I am opposed to vaccination in any and all forms, and should be tagged as an enemy of the people. Someone last year said on Twitter that the bigoted moniker, “anti-vaxxer” was akin to calling someone the “N” word. He was roundly attacked for the comparison, and with some good reason, as his idea was not yet thought through. He was not quite right, but he was in the ballpark. The hatred of anyone critical of any part of the vaccine program is not based on who they were at conception, as the “N” word is. The term “anti-vaxxer” is a bigoted epithet. Some bigoted smears are based on racism, hatred of someone for who they were born to be, and some are based on choices that people have made. This term falls into the latter category.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
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