Contraceptive Pills Turning Fish Transgender

“Some of these chemicals can have much wider health effects on fish than we expected”

[Will it have the same effect on men who drink and bathe from a water supply (well or reservoir) contaminated by such? If so, it will be a goal or victory for the trannie movement to increase their numbers (willingly or unwillingly) and to make the transformation easier and cheaper (which sounds like a Doctor Who-ish “regeneration”)]

by David Hejza • ChurchMilitant • July 6, 2017

EXETER, England – Research from England is revealing the chemicals found within contraceptive pills, by-products of cleaning agents, plastics and cosmetics are causing male fish to turn transgender, with some exhibiting feminine traits, including the ability to lay eggs.

Professor Charles Tyler from the University of Exeter in Britain is leading a study involving extracted male freshwater fish at 50 various locations. One removed group is studied in their unaltered state, while other extracted fish were then made transgenic, or they were genetically modified, in order to give the scientists significant details in real-time, specifically, the way the fish react to the chemicals.

“[F]or example, we have shown that estrogens found in some plastics affect the valves in the heart,” Tyler observed. “We are showing that some of these chemicals can have much wider health effects on fish than we expected.”

They acquired healthy and non-healthy fish and conducted further testing in their controlled laboratory. Some fish were only monitored and others dissected. Several fish were subjected to the same chemicals they would have encountered in their natural environment. The research team observed males who developed female sex organs, a reduced count in their sperm and even male fish laying eggs.

Tyler and his team found 20 percent of the water samples from the 50 locations tested positive for the harmful chemicals found. In total, there were over 200 different chemicals in the water samples identified as having a negative impact on aquatic species.

Other research has shown that many other chemicals that are discharged through sewage treatment works can affect fish, including anti-depressant drugs that reduce the natural shyness of some fish species, including the way they react to predators. Just as in humans, they cause behavioral changes in fish — making some less shy, for example, which makes them easier for prey to catch.

Tyler notes how estrogen in birth control pills are a major source of concern. The artificial hormones are excreted through urine and flushed into the sewage system, which then seeps into the waterways, affecting natural wildlife, especially fish.The influence also travels beyond those immediate environments. They noted less aggressive and competitive behavior in the fish, which the report claims, will make them “less likely to breed successfully.”

He noted how offspring of such transgender or intersex fish will be more sensitive to the effects of these chemicals in subsequent exposures.

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