A new study released by the American Academy of Pediatrics states that boys in America are reaching puberty at an earlier age than is considered standard 30 to 40 years ago. Which translates to a full 6 months to 2 years earlier than the medical community has previously acknowledged as normal. Marcia Herman-Giddens, lead author and adjunct professor of maternal and child health for theUniversity of North Carolina School of Global Public Health, (GPH) states that this comprehensive study identified the age that boys are forming enlarged testes which directly correlates to their sperm production and found that:
• African-American boys hit puberty on average by 9 years old
• Caucasian boys hit puberty on average by 10 years old
• Hispanic boys hit puberty on average by 10 years old
Herman-Giddens says that “this should have an impact on the public health community.” Per the research, Herman-Giddens claims that environment is causing these fast changes in young male’s development. “Genetics take maybe hundreds, thousands of years. You have to look at something in the environment. That would include everything from (a lack of) exercise to junk food to TV to chemicals.”
Previous studies have linked chemical exposure to decreases in sperm production, birth defects and behavioral problems in children. However, this study is devoid of information as to what the mechanism by which this phenomenon is occurring, the differences in racial genetics, exposure to chemicals in food, water and environment that could contribute to early puberty in boys.
The GPH are dedicated to using science to combat global issues such as global health, diabetes, obesity, access to clean water, and global mental health. Being a globalist organization, they use students and UNC faculty to pinpoint strategic planning efforts in order to have the most impact and influence on public health problems. They have at their disposal the Gillings Innovation Laboratorywhich is funded by private sector donors to facilitate genetic engineering solutions to natural bio-chemical issues.
Sonya Lunder, senior analyst for the Environmental Working Group, (EWG) explains that “It’s a very complicated subject. We’re finding a lot of the chemicals that Americans have daily exposure to have an impact.” Lunder believes that identifying specific chemicals in our food and environment like Bisphenol A (BPA) as the causation of this new development is difficult to do. She is more concerned about the “shortening childhood” than the impact this physiological change will have on our future fertility rates and the chemical alteration of young male’s brains.
In 2010, a study was released describing the early pubescent development of girls in the US. At the age of 7, girls are now experiencing a disturbing bio-chemical change. Simultaneously, they are being exposed to sex education in schools before they are able to properly process the information.
BPA was virtually ignored as a probable cause for this new trend. BPA is a highly toxic estrogen accelerator that is used in all plastic products commercially produced. The chemical mimics natural estrogen when leeched into the body. It offsets natural estrogen levels, causing the body to hasten its pubescent generation. Nearly all children are exposed to this chemical through plastic toys, pacifiers, bottles, sippy cups. Its influence on natural hormone distribution within the body has proven to be incredibly damaging.
Girls are finding they are coming into puberty earlier and earlier.
Boys are showing retardation of their sexual anatomy, halting their pubescent maturity.
As our children enter adulthood, these hormonal imbalances cause breast cancer. Because of the lack of mainstream information concerning this chemical, the connection between this trend and BPA is dismissed. The effects of BPA are cumulative and therefore not readily connected as the causation of early pubescent development.
The EWG are a non-profit organization that uses the “power of public information to protect public health and the environment.” They are essentially a non-governmental organization (NGO) working to “replace federal policies . . . with policies that invest in conservation and sustainable development.” Through lobby-tactics on Capitol Hill, they use federal grant money to go up against those organizations and elected representatives that do not subscribe to their goals.
The EWG receive funding from eco-fascist organizations such as the 11th Hour Project and the Wallace Global Fund; pharmaceutical corporations like Johnson Family Foundation and John Merck Fund; globalists like the Turner Foundation and Civil Society Institute.
Herman-Giddens recommends that parents keep a close watch on their children for signs of depression, poor self-esteem and eating disorders as a result of early puberty. The collaboration of the pharmaceutical industry with these early pubescent boys may be an answer worth investigating, according to these researchers. She states: “The problem is that as a culture we are encouraging a longer and longer adolescence. We’re delaying maturity in our culture, by staying longer in school, being later to leave the parent’s home, later to marry, later to get financial security. And that means that we have now a huge discrepancy between when the body starts to mature physically and when overall maturity is achieved, which may mean that a boy’s or girl’s cognitive and social skills do not necessarily mature earlier just because the body does. So, there may be a big and growing gap here, which can cause all sorts of concern for guidance and teaching.”
Because of these new findings, study researchers are suggesting that boys be exposed to sexual ideals because of their early pubescent development. Herman-Giddens says that by 3rd grade, parents need to have sex-talks with children. Boys will want to have sex earlier and candid talks with children about sex may avoid confusion and situations where they act out sexually.
Central Precocious Puberty (CPP) is a new medical condition that coincides with studies like the one published by Herman-Giddens. CPP is defined as “a condition where puberty starts too soon in children—usually in girls under 8 years old and boys under 9 years old.” When the brain of a child releases hormones from the adrenal glands or pituitary gland too early, premature onset of pubescent emergence is manifest which affects the central nervous system, as well as the developing brain.
The goal of pharmaceutical treatments are to “stop puberty from progressing.”
One medication used in the medical community to “combat” this occurrence is Depo-Provera, which is a pharmaceutical form of sterilization for women. This drug is a favorite of Melinda Gates of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation because it enables women to “receive a shot behind [their] husband’s back.”
The injectable Depo-Provera is being sold to under-developed nations and being administered by healthcare workers and nonmedical providers, or by the women themselves. Policy and training systems are underway to ensure these drugs are utilized in areas like the sub-Saharan Africa. By using these areas as testing grounds for new fertility drugs, as well as forcible sterilization schemes, the BMGF are focusing on preventative situations over dealing with abortable pregnancies which become complicated.
Another treatment used to stop CPP is Lupron Depot which is a fertility drug that has dangerous side effects. Manufactured by Takeda/Abbott Pharmaceuticals, Lupron, which was originally developed to treat prostate cancer, is being administered as a combatant for endometriosis, infertility, fibroids/ovarian cysts and CPP. Debilitating side effects include hot flashes, memory loss, tachycardia, hematura, hypotension, dizziness, insomnia, anxiety, depression, Vitamin D deficiency, constant gnawing bone/joint pain, osteoarthritis, osteopenia, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, degenerative disc disease, autoimmune diseases, blood disorders, cancer and death.
Long term effects of Lupron are unknown because there have not been any studies to answer this question. This drug, as well as Depo-Provera is approved by the FDA.