PSSD Article comes out in Daily Mail

An unprecedented PSSD Article has burst through into a mainstream national newspaper in the UK. The Daily Mail are the first to break the story, out of the heavyweight financial clouts of British newspapers.

With the statistics published from the almost invisible UK adverse reporting agency in there:

"They responded, saying there had been 1,420 reported cases of sexual dysfunction, with 290 persisting after the drug was stopped."

The fact this article reveals of reported sexual dysfunction from antidepressants (which is a high effected) more than 20% don't get return to their body.

290 persisting cases out of 1,420 is actually quite a high number reported.

Other articles of note appeared in the USA's edition of Men's Health Magazine, "The Pill That Kills Your Sex Drive", an in depth article on PSSD featuring a young woman who suffers with PSSD.

A multi-faceted New Scientist article featuring the harms 'antidepressants' are causing was published last year called "High antidepressant use could lead to UK public health disaster".

An old look through history at rates of 60% and 20% persisting just by the original post-war public health, eugenics social programs plans. They are doing a good job, the good job they had planned, as laid out in the new article by The New Statesmen, reviewing their involvement in this eugenics scandal many years later.

""None other than William Beveridge, the architect of the post-1945 welfare state, was highly active in the eugenics movement and said that "those men who through general defects are unable to fill such a whole place in industry are to be recognized as unemployable. They must become the acknowledged dependents of the State... but with complete and permanent loss of all citizen rights - including not only the franchise but civil freedom and fatherhood". A belief in eugenics was certainly not confined to the jackbooted far right.""

"It wasn't just figures on the extreme right of politics who backed the eugenics philosophy. Some of British socialism's most celebrated names were among the champions of eugenics - Sidney and Beatrice Webb (the founders of the Fabian Society), Harold Laski, John Maynard Keynes, even the New Statesman and the Manchester Guardian. They hoped that a eugenic approach could build up the strong section of the population and gradually remove the weak. In July 1931, the New Statesman asserted: "The legitimate claims of eugenics are not inherently incompatible with the outlook of the collectivist movement. On the contrary, they would be expected to find their most intransigent opponents amongst those who cling to the individualistic views of parenthood and family economics."

Many early left-wing thinkers wanted government to direct social policy towards "improving" the human race by discouraging reproduction among those sections of society deemed to have undesirable genes. Supporters of state planning often found the idea of a planned genetic future attractive. As Adrian Wooldridge, author of Measuring the Mind: Education and Psychology in England 1860-1990, comments: "The Webbs supported eugenic planning just as fervently as town planning." Beatrice Webb declared eugenics to be "the most important question of all" while her husband remarked that "no eugenicist can be a laissez-faire individualist".

Similarly, George Bernard Shaw wrote: "The only fundamental and possible socialism is the socialisation of the selective breeding of man." Bertrand Russell proposed that the state should issue".

Sir James Crichton-Browne MD FRS[1] FRSE (29 November 1840 – 31 January 1938) was a leading British psychiatrist, neurologist and medical psychologist. "

"He is known for studies on the relationship of mental illness to brain injury and for the development of public health policies in relation to mental health. Crichton-Browne's father was the asylum reformer Dr William A.F. Browne"

"In 1920, Crichton-Browne delivered the first Maudsley Lecture to the Medico-Psychological Association in the course of which he outlined his recollections of Henry Maudsley"

The social hygeine movement
"This link between racial hygiene and social hygiene movements can be seen in Australia, where the Racial Hygiene Association of New South Wales is now named The Family Planning Association."

Indeed this is how Britains largest 'mental health charity' now called 'MIND' was formed
"They were both part of the social hygiene movement".


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