I said yes as in "other", as I would say "all of the above" to the "yes" options listed, with the exception of the known sterilization answer, as I am sure on that issue.
I definitely won't court a girl who got the jab, it's a red flag. I'm pureblood, and I want my potential wife and children to be the same. Morals are a part of it for sure, another thing to be concerned with are the evident health side-effects. Why would I want to proverbially roll the dice with a jabbed girl and find out that I really can't have children with her because of it? After all, I know that I possibly could not annul that marriage, and I'd rather not have to go through that process in the first place.
Part of the survival of the Catholic Faith is the survival of married life and the family, and why should we put that in jeopardy by essentially rewarding those who got the jab with a spouse when we know that it is immoral and that it has a high chance of destroying one's fertility?
Sure, it may narrow my options, but it's worth it. I believe in the Providence of God, and moreover, I only have to marry one
woman if married life is for me. It's like this quote from hockey coach Herb Brooks in the movie Miracle:
If we play 'em [the Russians] 10 times, they might win nine. But NOT this game.
If I were to court ten young Catholic women (not at once of course), nine of those courtships might fall through, perhaps even on account of this issue. But I only need one courtship to work out in order to get married.
In the thread that Legion Camp posted, he linked this article
, which is really telling. It's about how plenty of young men are avoiding women who got the jab like a plague, and how jabbed women in return are attempting to lie about their status in order to retain prospective suitors. Here's an excerpt:
Women in New York have started lying about their vaccination status because of widespread perception among men that they are infertile or will bear children with birth defects. One man, who wants to remain anonymous, said:
“In clubs, they claim they’re NOT vax’d. They say things like ‘Oh COVID is bullshit‘ or ‘I don’t want to try this new experimental shot‘.
However, after going out with them several times, the women finally admit they took the vax . . . and watch as most potential husbands leave them almost on the spot.”
The person went on to say that at least two separate women asked him why he would break off relations with them over something like the jab, and he told them:
“I don’t want defective children and I won’t get closer to a girl who lied to my face from the start.”
If this is what worldly men are doing today, then Catholic men should learn a lesson in fortitude from them if they're on the fence about taking a firm stance against marrying GMWs (Genetically Modified Women).