By Becky Hastings
It might be a neighbor, a relative, or a casual acquaintance. It might even be your pediatrician or other health care provider. They make some outrageous or attacking comment about how the non-vaccinated (they usually say Unvaccinated, but it’s not possible to “un” vaccinate a person, so I prefer the term “non” vaccinated) are putting everyone at risk, are harming their own kids and others, etc.
The interesting thing is most of these people have no idea about the science behind the vaccination debate nor the forces promoting the oft repeated mantras “vaccines are safe and effective; they’ve saved the world; you’re stupid if you don’t get one; if there are risks they are very very rare.”
What is a thinking person to do? If you care about this person, or if you are going to have to bump up against this person at some future…
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