So it turns out that, according to the CDC, almost 1 in 5 gay and bisexual men in American cities have HIV. That's HIV, the thing that can lead to AIDS. That's AIDS, the pandemic disease that has killed tens of millions that has no cure. Despite all of the Hollywood Ozzie and Harriet treatment of homosexuality, the fact remains it is a very dangerous and risky lifestyle, akin to chain smoking (approx. 17% chance of dying from lung cancer if you spend a lifetime smoking). This, of curse, doesn't take into account other infections and problems with male homosexuality. You would think we would rather question the modern narrative about the gay lifestyle than continue to stand by and say 'that's a shame, maybe more education will cover it.'
I also wonder how this stacks with the recent news story that younger people use condoms more than adults. It doesn't appear to cross over into the gay community, if this study is worth anything.
Speaking of studies, I just heard that the CDC recommends people who insist on eating fast food ten times a day should at least get their blood checked once in a while. They don't have to change, since that's who they are. Just get blood checks and hope for the best. Why not? That's how they treat the news about homosexuals, HIV and prevention.