Parental Rights - Mandatory HPV Vaccines
New proposed legislation in Florida through Senate Bill 356, and House Bill 245, creates a mandatory forced vaccination of the Human Papillomavirus.
Please help Florida Parent Educators Association and sign the petition to ask Florida Legislators to not support SB 356 and HB 245. More information goto https://fpea.com/news.
The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a viral infection spread through direct contact. The HPV virus consists of more than 100 strains with 40 of these strains being sexually transmitted, with 30 have some links to cervical cancer. HPV vaccinations target 3 of these sexually transmitted strains.
Mandatory HPV Vaccinations are Dangerous and Bad for Floridians
- Mandatory HPV Vaccinations destroys parental rights in determining what is best for their children.
- Mandatory HPV Vaccinations assume all teenage girls are going to be sexually active before marriage. Therefore, these vaccinations are being forced on all young girls.
- All three HPV Vaccines cause dangerous and sometimes deadly side effects. Parents should make that decision.
- The risks of the vaccine outweigh any benefits.
- HPV vaccines are costly to taxpayers. Millions of women are targeted to be vaccinated to prevent .0022% who actually die of cervical cancer that is known as the cause of HPV.
- The HPV vaccinations do not protect against all cancer-causing strains of HPV.
- Most HPV infections go away on their own in two years.