Skip to comments.World's first HIV-positive 'sperm bank' is launched (TR)
Posted on 11/27/2019 12:55:40 PM PST by jonascord
The world's first sperm bank has launched for HIV-positive people in an effort to reduce the disease stigma.
Sperm Positive has begun with three male donors from across New Zealand who are living with HIV but cannot pass the virus on.
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For the chose death crowd. Have at it.
I definitely would want to choose sperm from a guy in 2019 who didnt have the sense to use a condom for gay sex, or maybe he thought shooting heroin in an alley with a used needle was wise. Thats the kid I want to have.
Perhaps they can develop an ebola infused skin cream too
Is the sperm bank taking sperm deposits directly from glory holes?
or a hunta virus nasal spray
Russian roulette with a 1911.
My church hosted an American doctor who was running a program in Africa to provide injections to infants of HIV positive mothers. 1$ purchased a single “vaccine” that reduced the likelyhood baby would also have HIV by 50%.
Meanwhile, back in the US....
One word. Why?
This is really degenerate!
And for the ladies who might be encouraged to sample this product
So the mental defectives can chase all the bugs they want now?
And pay someone for it?
Such a deal.
Do they eat it???
They will carve her name on a statue, 200 meters high, The Goddess of Smug. They'll use the Victory statue in Stalingrad as a model.
Misplaced compassion. Out of the belief that it is unfair to exclude or treat differently those with a fatal viral disease.
This approaches the insanity of hug a leper, you’re morally obligated to do so because you’re an evil meanie if you avoid them.
More crazy garbage.
I sometimes think that God should end all of this human experiment and start over again with Dinosaurs, only this time give the dinosaurs articulating thumbs and larger brains.
They just have to market it right.
Call it Special Sauce.
You can also donate $1 and it will feed a family of 6 for 7 months. Don’t sound likly that the dollar gets there. We also have drugs here to make sure babies arent born with this but I think that likly costs in the thousands.
Lots have been done since the 90s to ensure you dont pass it on to babies. C-section is a must.
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