Don't sell yourself short, UnusualBean. You're quite intelligent and engaging. It's no fun being seen by society as "different" but the only opinion that counts is your own. I have a form of dyslexia that prevents me from knowing directions. It's not a bad sense of direction; it's a non-existent sense of direction. I get lost going to the bathroom (ok, that's an exaggeration) but I have a real gift for puzzles. Can't read a blueprint to save my life but show me something that's completely jumbled up and out of order and I can instantly spot a solution. We all have something to contribute and it's other peoples problem if they can't recognize the value of our unique gifts. Whether those "gifts" are the result/side effects of vaccines is debatable (personally, I think they are). There are worse things you (and I) could have.I really wouldn't.
vaccine as cause of infertility. This is just one example. Another would be the gardasil vaccine. Since the stated goal of vaccination is population reduction, this one is not debatable at all. We've been told that the population will be reduced via vaccines and it's been shown that it's actually happening.