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Unvaccinated Aussies join dating groups for ‘toxin free singles’


How unvaccinated Aussies join dating groups to find ‘toxin-free singles’: ‘Let’s keep the bloodline pure!’

  • Anti-vaccination dating groups are emerging online
  • Members call themselves ‘pure bloods’

Anti-vaxxer Australians form their own bachelor groups with members who want to ‘keep the bloodline pure’ dating, marrying and having children.

Activist Monica Smit, who spoke out against vaccine mandates during Victoria’s lockdowns, posted on social media on Sunday that she had recently attended one of the events.

“I attended an UNJABBED singles event on Saturday… such lovely people,” she posted on Instagram.

“There are countless relationships through this group and even two marriages and children. If you’re single, you should join them…or search for ‘toxin-free singles,'” she said.

The Toxin Free Singles group on Facebook has about 8,400 members from around the world and recently launched its own dating app.

Activist Monica Smit posted on social media that she had recently attended an event for unexcited singles looking for love

To join the group, applicants must be single or in an open relationship, and not vaccinated for Covid.

But it seems new introductions to the group are bogged down in debates over exposure to third-hand Covid vaccines.

‘Discussion about who goes to sleep/kiss CV j@bbed is no longer a subject we want to keep having, it causes arguments and lowers the atmosphere’, the group rules state.

“We can’t draw the line with who people are intimate with. Be an adult and have these discussions before you sleep with someone.”

The weary moderators also added that there should be “no more discussion about the flat Earth,” referring to the conspiracy theory that the world is actually flat.

Infectious disease expert Professor Peter Collignon said there was no science behind claims that Covid vaccines altered DNA and that vaccines could not be passed from person to person through bodily fluids.

“I mean, vaccines don’t get inserted into DNA… The whole concept doesn’t make sense,” he told news.com.au.

“So people who do this, I think you’re really lowering your chance of a lifelong friendship with someone.” I think the basis of their theory actually has no evidence at all.’

Last year, the dating app Pure Match was launched in Australia for those who refused to get vaccinated during the Covid pandemic

Last year, the dating app Pure Match was launched in Australia for those who refused to get vaccinated during the Covid pandemic

Many commenters on Mrs Smit’s post about the Australian singles event said the group was a great idea.

“Who would have thought, just a few years ago, that this would even become a thing? Incredible! But good work and let’s keep the bloodline pure!’ said one.

Ms Smit, who calls herself a ‘freedom fighter’, is due to challenge two Covid lockdown fines in a three-day hearing in Melbourne Magistrates Court on May 15.

Toxin Free Singles isn’t the first group to arrive in Australia with a site called Pure Match – not to be confused with the Christian dating app of the same name – launching in 2022.

“Whether you’re looking to procreate your way out of this, want to snuggle with a prepper, or just find a PIC to enjoy the show, look no further,” states the Pure Match site.

A similar app called Unjected was released in 2021, but was repeatedly removed from the App Store.

Toxin Free Singles has launched its own website domain to avoid annoying removals from Facebook or Apple over misinformation concerns.

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