I’m just guessing here, but I’d be willing to bet you don’t know the transmission rate of HIV from female to male, vs male to female or male to male.
In fact, I doubt you have a clue. For someone who doesn’t know the amount of money spent on HIV research vs the other MAJOR killers, doesn’t know why universal precautions are mandatory now when they weren’t 30 years ago, and who doesn’t know HIV transmission rates in varying demographics, you have a remarkably one-sided viewpoint.
The transmission rate depends on what kind of sex you're talking about. The transmission rate for anal sex is identical, regardless of whether it involves a woman or a man. Some sexual practices popular in southern Africa apparently also increase the rate of HIV transmission. But the abstract rate is still largely irrelevant. The hard numbers of infected people -- including numbers of infected women -- I think are far more relevant.