A few people have offered some incredible remarks on how they figure ladies can get pregnant. Obviously, these remarks are downright strange. What’s similarly frightening is the way that every one of those Science classes in school was overlooked in a second only to advance a sincere belief and predisposition.
The chief for drugs, health, and addictive substances at the Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI), Sitti Hikmawatty, has joined that rundown. She supposedly asserted that ladies could get pregnant by swimming in pools with men with ‘strong sperm’ who, for reasons unknown, discharge into the water. This, she guarantees, can happen ‘even without penetration.’
“On the off chance that ladies are in a stage where they are sexually active, [such a pregnancy] may happen. Nobody knows without a doubt how men respond to seeing ladies in a pool,” Independent reports her as saying.
As indicated by a Daily Mail report, these cases were made during a meeting with Tribun Jakarta a week ago.
In English, Ms. Hikmawatty’s last name means ‘wisdom.’ Right.
She later supposedly apologized for her remarks after she confronted backfire and included said they were made in an ‘individual capacity.’
“There is a particularly strong sort of male sperm that may cause pregnancy in a pool. Indeed, even without infiltration, men may turn out to be sexually energized (by ladies in the pool) and discharge, in this way causing a pregnancy,” Daily Mail cited her as saying.
Reacting to the silly case Indonesian blogger doctor, called Blog Dokter, stated, “Once again, I remind you, in case you don’t understand medical issues, it’s smarter to hush up. Rather than your remarks causing tension and panic. I will stress here, swimming with the contrary sex won’t cause pregnancy. Not all men who swim discharge and sperm can’t live in chlorinated pool water, not to mention swim into the vagina.”
Then, the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) official Nazar revealed to Jakarta Post, “The water in pools contain chlorine and different synthetic compounds. Sperm can’t get by in these conditions.” Basic Science, you all.
Ms. Hikmawatty gave a statement of regret. “I am sorry to the general population for giving a wrong explanation. It was an individual statement and not from KPAI. I hereby renounce the announcement. I beg all parties not to scatter it further or even make it accessible,” she included.
Possibly it’s the ideal opportunity for her to return to her science lessons.