The e cigarette witchhunt

As a vaper, I have watched with utter amazement, horror and disbelief the unfolding of the ecig debacle.

If there is any example of the insanity infecting our planet this is it.

Recently India banned e cigarettes.

IRELAND! is considering banning flavoured e liquid.

Our rulers have gone daft. This is the clearest example of misinformation you could imagine, and a warning to believe nothing without checking your own facts.

Our rulers are infected with a malignancy. The cancer has eaten away at their brains where, now, no common sense resides at all.

They are so frail of mind, that any whiff of trouble, fans the flame of ignorance, fake ideas and fear, so they legislate on things they don’t understand, engulfing the rest of us, in burning cages of other people’s construction.

My heart goes out to all the smokers of the world, whose options have been seared away by madmen.

Here is Dr Farsalinos…telling the story…It’s worth the read.

The Witchunt on e cigarettes.

Life on this gender neutral planet

We’ve gone daft.

We are a bunch of raving loonies.

All sane people really have to re-assess the way the world is going.

40 schools are banning girls from wearing skirts in school, for the sake of gender neutrality.

It’s an affront!  Common sense has disappeared! 

Gender neutrality? Nothing is gender neutral.  Our genders are set down at the moment of conception and they develop from that moment into a male gender or female gender.

Each gender has innate preferences that appear in childhood….and continue into adulthood.

Why are we completely consumed by a minority to completely deny the fact that boys and girls are different.

Do not tell perfectly normal children that they must be gender neutral, when they are not. Boys and girls are different. Get over it!

From an early age, most children typically choose to play with toys typed to their own
gender. In order to identify variables that predict toy preference, we conducted a metaanalysis of observational studies of the free selection of toys by boys and girls aged between
one and eight years. From an initial pool of 1788 papers, 16 studies (787 boys and 813 girls)
met our inclusion criteria. We found that boys played with male-typed toys more than girls
did (Cohen’s d = 1.03; p < .0001) and girls played with female-typed toys more than boys did
(Cohen’s d = -0.91; p < .0001).


Many studies have found that a majority of boys and girls prefer to play with toys which are
typed to their own gender, but there is still uncertainty about the age at which such sex
differences first appear, and under what conditions. Applying a standardized research
protocol and using a selection of gender-typed toys, we observed the toy preferences of boys
and girls engaged in independent play in UK nurseries, without the presence of a parent.