November 3, 2019
Mouth cancer rates are about twice as high in men compared to women, so the United Kingdom should do something to fix the gender mouth cancer gap and achieve equality in this field too.
Mouth cancer rates soared in the UK last year to hit a record high, according to a charity blaming the rise on a virus which can be spread by oral sex.
While rates of most cancer types are falling, disease of the mouth has bucked the trend and has shot up by 135 per cent over the past 20 years.
Last year seven people died every day from the illness, which affected a total 8,337 patients in the UK.
The worrying findings were laid bare in a report by the Oral Health Foundation charity, which is pleading with people to wise up to the causes of the ‘devastating’ disease – chiefly the sexually transmitted virus HPV, alcohol and smoking.
It says a lot about the United Kingdom that a type of cancer caused by excess drinking, smoking, and oral sex is on the rise there while other types are falling.
Decadence is on the rise, and with it, decadence-related diseases.
Dr Nigel Carter OBE, chief executive of the OHF, said: ‘While most cancers are on the decrease, cases of mouth cancer continue to rise at an alarming rate.
‘Traditional causes like smoking and drinking alcohol to excess are quickly being caught by emerging risk factors like the human papillomavirus (HPV)…
‘We have seen first-hand the devastating affect mouth cancer can have on a person’s life.
‘It changes how somebody speaks, it makes eating and drinking more difficult, and often changes a person’s physical appearance.’
The report claims human papillomavirus (HPV) – a common group of viruses which are mainly spread through sexual activity – causes 73 per cent of oropharyngeal mouth cancers.
Meanwhile alcohol causes around a third of all mouth cancers, with those who drink more than 10 units each week increasing their risk of diagnosis by 81 per cent.
Smoking directly causes 17 per cent of oral cavity cancers and smokers increase their chance of diagnosis by a staggering 91 per cent.
Old age is also highlighted as a factor, as are lesser causes such as X-rays and gamma radiation, asbestos, salted fish, formaldehyde, wood dust, over exposure to sunlight, environmental smoke.
Depending on where the cancer strikes, the one-year survival rate for mouth cancer is between 60 per cent and 83 per cent. This drops to between 19 per cent and 58 per cent after 10 years.
The overall death rate has also increased by 22 per cent over the past five years.
Performing oral “sex” puts a man in the submissive position that is looking to please, which is an inversion of the natural order where the weak woman, a lesser being, should be in the submissive position during sex.
You have to align your actions with your thoughts. If you think you, as a man, are above women, then what are you doing putting yourself below them?
If you care about satisfying women during sex, you most likely won’t be able to do that.
Think about men and women interacting outside sex for a moment. Women are not attracted to men that are following them around like dogs and looking at them with begging puppy eyes.
Heterosexual women are not attracted to pleasers because it is their nature to please.
This doesn’t change during sex. On the contrary, it is accentuated.
It is a common misconception that you have to do weird stuff to clitorises in order for women to orgasm.
Women don’t want clitoris engineers able to perform complicated tongue and finger maneuvers with mathematical precision. They want to experience the manifestation of what they find attractive in men. They want to feel the entire weight of your body against theirs and to be awed by your strength. They want you to take them along for a ride.
Align your attitude outside sex with your attitude during sex. Women want to follow you, so you have to go somewhere.