Teens for Medical Freedom
As a teenager, I am allowed to drive (14+), have my own job, get birth control and condoms, have a social media account, have an email address, receive private emails from teachers without my parents seeing them, and have my own card at the community center and library. I should also be allowed to make decisions on whether I take a vaccine or wear a mask. Medical Freedom is crucial to autonomy, and as a free human, I deserve the right to make my own medical decisions.
Forcing people to wear masks for a virus doesn't make any sense. Virus particles are too small to be caught in a mask. Masks have been tested and proven to carry dangerous pathogens including E.coli, strep., staph., and other dangerous bacteria that cause pneumonia and sepsis. Requiring students to wear a mask when many scientists have proven that they not only do not work in preventing disease but also harbor these dangerous pathogens is foolish.
I also don't want to be separated out from my peers for making those decisions. That's coercion. All medical interventions come with risks, and discriminating against students who choose not to take medical interventions is wrong. They should never be segregated, bullied, or bribed by anyone. Forcing unvaccinated students to wear masks and socially distance from others while vaccinated students can live freely is cruel, discriminatory, and unacceptable.