To: CAtholic Family Association
1995 American Journal of Epidemiology article, reported a Brazilian study of 204 heterosexual couples, each comprising of an HIV-positive man and an uninfected woman. Among couples who used condoms 100% of the time, 23% of the women were infected with HIV.
Just where, in Heaven's name, did they find the test sample?
Whenever someone tells you that condoms are effective at controlling the spread of AIDS, you can generally shut the conversation down by asking, "Oh, is your partner HIV positive?" Only a nutcase would knowingly risk exposure to the disease by just putting a little rubber balloon on his (or her partner's)penis.
posted on 01/21/2004 7:03:57 AM PST
(Scientific reasoning makes it easier to support gross immorality.)
I have to agree, why on earth would anyone with half a brain, tie his mortality to a statistical study of condoms with any percentage of risk. If it is one tenth of one percent risk, I wouldn't be testing it, but then who am I.
posted on 01/21/2004 7:37:30 AM PST
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