By Samantha Apanasewicz
Pop Trends Columnist
In an article entitled “Pfizer Director Admits Covid Vaccine Affects Women’s Menstrual Cycles—After We Were Told It Was All In Our Heads,” published on Feb. 3, 2023, Gina Florio—a culture writer for the online women’s publication Evie Magazine—addressed one of the major allegations in regard to Pfizer’s COVID vaccine. “After months of being gaslit by medical experts, a Pfizer director admits on camera that the vaccine does in fact affect hormones and menstrual cycles.”
Almost immediately after the vaccine movement began, thousands of women, according to Evie Magazine, spoke out about abnormal period symptoms they were experiencing. Extremely heavy bleeding lasting days, extremely irregular cycles, and severe pain when there used to be none were reported and sent to medical experts. Florio stated that in response to this influx of concern, scientists ignored these women, claiming it was all coincidence.
Consequently, independent journalist group Project Veritas has since released footage to social media of Pfizer employee Jordan Trishton Walker admitting on camera that the vaccine which his company produces does in fact affect women’s hormones, which has manifested itself in their menstrual cycles.
Walker’s official title is Pfizer Director of Research and Development of Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning, but he is a urologist by education. Expanding off of his expertise, Walker stated that he was “concerned that the coronavirus vaccine was having a negative effect on women’s menstrual cycles.”
“There is something irregular about their menstrual cycles,” Walker elaborated in the video when referencing the effect of the vaccine in women. “So, people will have to investigate that down the line because that is a little concerning. The vaccine shouldn’t be interfering with that. So, we don’t really know… There’s something happening. But we don’t always figure it out.”
In another article entitled, “Covid Vaccine Caused 42% Of Women To Experience A Disrupted Menstrual Cycle In A Study Of Over 39,000 People,” published by Evie Magazine on July 20, 2022, Florio also reported on a separate study in which it was discovered that 42% of women who recieved the vaccine experienced a disrupted menstrual cycle from a sample size of over 39,000 participants. Although the exact mechanism for the change has not yet been discovered, it is difficult to deny the almost immediate effect of Pfizer’s work.
While many women feel that their concerns about the vaccine’s effect on their bodies are now validated, it is not all-pleasant feeling. Women have been and are continuing to feel lied to, especially since ethical boundaries were and are being breached in the process. Because the exact mechanism causing disruption has not yet been identified, the vaccine is still defined as an experimental drug. If the participants are not fully informed of the drug’s status, it is clearly unethical.
After the video interview and the secondary research study, the evidence is abundantly clear: Pfizer’s vaccine has an impact on a woman’s reproductive system and hormones. Although we do not know to what extent these effects will last, this information raises critically important ethical questions. The implication of this article urges women, especially, to make carefully informed choices about their physical health.