O Anna Niemus
Immunity - Poem by O Anna Niemus
Those who have many lovers
or eat many animals
are ignoring with impunity
the laws of immunity
Every time a nonmonogamous person has sex with
a different person, his immune system is compromised
adjusting to the many diverse organisms (bacteria viruses hormones etc) of that person.
But these pale by comparison to the immune exhaustion
from adapting to hundreds of animals and thousands of
fishes in a lifetime of consuming their bodies.'
Most acid sperm: nonvegetarians
Least acid sperm: vegans and fruitarians
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