Of course they have an agenda. So what? Everyone does, including the person I replied to, who was harping on about things being "objectively fake" while showing nothing resembling objectivity. If you don't agree with their agenda, that's fine. But you should be objective about it if you're going to accuse them of being "objectively" anything.
This isn't about whether they're right or wrong, it's about whether they're incorrect or correct. I don't know what they state or claim, so I can't argue about that. But you and the person I replied to initially don't seem to offer any argument other than "religious/right-wing/anti-forced-vaccine bad, vaccine good", without discussing anything objective about the vaccine itself.
Please define "real college". A college is just an association of peers or (get this!) colleagues. Are they claiming to be doctors while not having licenses? Or are they just promoting an air of bullshit like Deepak Chopra? Because one is illegal and the other isn't.
Ultimately, if they're promoting abstinence, they're correct; abstinence prevents STDs. We could nearly wipe out HIV/AIDS and just about every other nasty STD in a generation if people stopped engaging in unsafe sex, drug use, blood donations, etc. That won't work on a global (or even local) scale, because that's not how many people behave. It will work on a personal scale though, and for a disease like HPV that's as far as anyone needs to consider.
Arguing that Girl A (or Boy B) should get vaccinated to protect others who may make shitty choices is fucking nonsense that's 2 steps removed from the concept of herd immunity. The thing being protected against isn't spread like chicken pox, it's spread like babies. Do you want to argue for all children to be chemically sterilized because some of them will engage in unprotected sex? I'd certainly understand the argument for it, and would be glad my tax dollars wouldn't be wasted on their unwanted spawn, but that's still some grade AAA bullshit that wouldn't fly.
However, arguing that an individual should get vaccinated to protect themselves makes perfect sense, as does arguing that parents should vaccinate their children to protect them. But that's different from arguing that they must, especially when the one doing the arguing is the company that stands to make lots and lots of money off of the forced vaccination program.
When did we go from a country of personal freedom and responsibility to a herd of mindless shits all racing to the common bottom to support corporations as long as they have a "think of the children" or "support the <blank>" or "green" style campaign attached? What kind of mentality enables this shit? It certainly isn't "objectivity".