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- Mar 16, 2020
It's because they're going on guidelines that date back from the 1980's and haven't been updated in years. The thing is, AIDS got so bad because nobody was practicing safe sex in the 1970's, everyone was fucking like crazy in the 70's, and HIV takes a long time to manifest any symptoms.
By the time AIDS was discovered in the early 80's, the virus already spread way too fast and it hit the gay community hard mainly by happenstance. The patient zero that brought HIV to America was believed to be a Haitian migrant worker who entered the country around the tail end of the 1960's.
Haiti was already wracked with HIV in the 1960's and 1970's, and it's entirely possible that had a pozzed straight guy from Haiti landed in this country first, you'd be singing an entirely different tune.
You do realize that straight people can also get HIV? It's not like heterosexuality makes you magically immune to a virus.
Matter of fact, the majority of HIV infectees globally are not gay men, but are heterosexual women living in Sub-Saharan African shithole countries.
Lmao, like doctors never update guidelines. Do you have any idea how quickly that field changes?
Yes, straight people can get HIV, but on average when they do, they get it from a gay person.
2015: 60% of new syphilus cases was homosexual men.
2018: 69% of new HIV infections are for men who have sex with men.
I know statistics are kind of hard to understand for you, or you'd already know this. You should ask your husband to explain what they mean.