Radley Balko does an outstanding job ridiculing the religious position on a cancer vaccine, as reported in this New Scientist article.
I guess even the religious can’t escape Darwin. Seems they’d rather hope for natural selection to gradually weed out the act of premarital sex by means of its female practitioners dying early from cervical cancer, before they have a chance to propagate their genes.
Of course, on the flip side, the theorized increase in premarital sex resulting from increased numbers of vaccinated young females having no fear of infection will just result in more offspring who are likely to also engage in premarital sex, and before you know it, people will be deciding their own values in such personal matters. God forbid.