We are living in the 21st century, yet still some communities have the feeling like they’re living hundreds of years ago.
One of these is a small town in Morocco, where nobody has ever heard of sexual education.
A huge story came out this past week, concerning this place, and it has since gone viral around the globe.
Reportedly, teenagers there do not have much of a social life. They hang out in fields and meadows, playing around with friends and animals. But as The Gateway Pundit wrote, they had somewhat of crazy ideas when they engaged in sexual activity with other species.
A local donkey was the main playmate of fifteen Moroccan teens, who had sex with it, thus contracting rabies. It is a scary thought, and officials state a lot more inhabitants could need treatment. The usual rehabilitation lasted one week, as they were treated in the Mechraa Belksiri Hospital. Read more on the subject from a newspaper in Morocco:
“The sexually frustrated children and teenagers stayed at the Mechraa Belksiri Hospital for one week to receive rabies vaccinations after the animal transmitted the disease to them..
…Local authorities have been alerted and search for finding anyone else who has “approached” and “admired” the animal closely, in order to limit the risk of rabies spreading among the inhabitants of the region.
The occurrence became the subject of mockery and ridicule among the population of the small town.”
It is interesting to know that, since the incident happened, a lot of parents took actions into their own hands. They were scared and also embarrassed, so they vaccinated their children in order to protect them and themselves.
“FIFTEEN young people in Morocco have caught rabies after having sex with a donkey infected with the disease.
According to reports the teenagers were taken to hospital to treat symptoms which were later found to be rabies.
When asked if they had been bitten, they confessed that they had engaged in sexual activity with the animal. The Mechra Belqasri, Morocco residents’ story has since gone viral.”
Maybe the United States can send volunteers to countries like Morocco so we can raise the voice on dangers like these. What do you think?
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