Skip to comments.U.S. Gov't Study Pays Mexican Male Prostitutes For Not Getting STDs
Posted on 03/21/2014 10:45:05 AM PDT by massmike
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending $398,213 on a project studying whether paying male Mexican sex workers for being free of sexually transmitted diseases will increase condom use.
The study includes male sex workers in Mexico City, who first must attend a workshop on the benefits of condom use and condom negotiation before they are broken up into smaller groups.
According to the study abstract, one group of 100 individuals will receive low incentive ($200 pesos/each time) only if they are free of STIs at months 6 and 12.
Another group of 100 will receive high incentives ($500 pesos/each time) if they are free of STIs at months 6 and 12.
The control group of 100 does not receive any money regardless if they are STI free or not.
Attempts by CNSNews.com to contact Project Leader Dr. Omar Galarraga of Brown University to discuss the study went unreturned.
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Ah. These studies can only mean one thing.
Barack Obama will make an official visit to Mexico soon.
“Soy Fred Garvin, Male Puta.”
How do I cash in on this? I’m thinking about being a temporary Mexican male prostitute.
Jose Bigelow, Male Giggalo.
I want my money too. If the government pays me to not have sex with mexican men, I will buckle up and do it.
U.S. Taxpayers pay people NOT to be bad
I have a book of old folk songs, and “La Cucuracha” is the ONLY song in the book that was NOT translated! hahahahahahaha
he has an interesting page at Brown.
This guy wants to demonstrate how to don condoms. Playing school with Mexican tricks is no way for a grown man to earn a living, especially on our dime.
Our tax money Hard at work!?
Our tax money Hard at work!? (Why do I feel we’re getting Stiffed again?)
Meanwhile, our veterans get hosed on their benefits.
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