If black homosexuality accounts for only 33 percent of HIV infections, how can that be the principle transmission mechanism? Doesn't make sense.
Rule number one. The Aids rate is directly proportional to promiscuity.
Two homos cannot infect one another unless they have multiple partners of which at least one of them is infected. In the case of your assertion, I would suspect bisexuals, who are extremely promiscuous, carry the virus back and forth among the usual identified groups. Note, we never seem to get statistics on bisexuals. The heterosexual statistics are thrown in there to drag the ordinary dolt into feeling obliged to fund a cure. This will never be offered as useful information in primary school sex education.
I agree. They are very careful to present statistics in a PC manor. What fools.
posted on 03/15/2009 8:53:37 AM PDT
(Liberalism is to society what HIV is to the immune system.)
You may be right, but do we really know, are we being told the truth, (I know, i know truth HA) about what causes AIDS? It is an auto immune disease, so what if it can be caused by the repetitive infections that homosexuals cause themselves, wearing down the immune system, until it cannot repair itself? Just asking, as it would seem to make sense to me.
posted on 03/15/2009 9:36:47 AM PDT
(Duncan Hunter-Valley Forge Republican!)
I would suspect bisexuals, who are extremely promiscuous, carry the virus back and forth among the usual identified groups.
That is probably overstated. It is almost impossible (1 in 500 odds) to infect a healthy woman with unprotected vaginal sex. And even if you did, she has no way to transmit it aside from needle sharing.
“Back and forth” applies only where genital sores are widespread, like in Africa.
The “I got it from my boyfriend” tale may sometimes be true, but 99% odds that it was because she either received unprotected anal sex or shared needles with her boyfriend.
posted on 03/15/2009 11:22:09 AM PDT
by Atlas Sneezed
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