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Jumper (21.04.2016, 11:47)
About 50,000 people in the U.S. get HIV each year. Men who have sex with
men make up about 29,000 new HIV infections each year.
African-Americans continue to experience the most severe burden of HIV,
compared with other races and ethnicities.

So if you are a gay of colour, is doesn't look very good.
Lawrence Jenkins (22.04.2016, 01:26)
On Thursday, 21 April 2016 09:47:30 UTC+1, Jumper wrote:
> About 50,000 people in the U.S. get HIV each year. Men who have sex with
> men make up about 29,000 new HIV infections each year.
> African-Americans continue to experience the most severe burden of HIV,
> compared with other races and ethnicities.
> So if you are a gay of colour, is doesn't look very good.
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> This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
>


I recently heard an article on R4 where it was said that despite nearly 3 decades of warnings, that gay men were having that euphemistic term "unprotected sex". yet despite the sheer wilful ignorance of these gay men they were demanding very expensive NHS drug treatment. Now don't get me wrong but a person getting sick due to their work is totally different to a person getting sick because they like their carpet straight up the back passage.

As my dad used to say alcoholism, drug addiction and smoking is all self afflicted. No one makes you do it.

What gets me is though that since my personal experience in gobblers gulch ( Beaulah heights) just over a year ago I have become the pariah of the NH for even daring to mention it let alone be OT.
Dawlish (22.04.2016, 11:42)
Homophobic, misogynist, xenophobic - for that is what you are larry...........just another typical far right-wing climate denier.
Jumper (22.04.2016, 12:00)
On 22/04/2016 09:42, Dawlish wrote:
> Homophobic, misogynist, xenophobic - for that is what you are larry...........just another typical far right-wing climate denier.


What happened to the word,"racist"? Me thinks overused by the pensant
liberals, so now xenophobia is used.
Dawlish (22.04.2016, 13:01)
Only for scum like you.
RedAcer (22.04.2016, 13:52)
On 21/04/16 09:47, Jumper wrote:
> About 50,000 people in the U.S. get HIV each year. Men who have sex with
> men make up about 29,000 new HIV infections each year. African-Americans
> continue to experience the most severe burden of HIV, compared with
> other races and ethnicities.
> So if you are a gay of colour, is doesn't look very good.
> ---
> This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software.
>


2.6 million children have aids, worldwide.There are 220,000 new child
cases each year. Guess it's also better not to be a child. What's your
point?
Natsman (22.04.2016, 15:43)
On Friday, April 22, 2016 at 12:01:55 PM UTC+2, Dawlish wrote:
> Only for scum like you.


You allege <i>others</i> are scum?
Ha, try a mirror, Dullish.

CK
Dawlish (22.04.2016, 16:00)
On Friday, April 22, 2016 at 1:43:15 PM UTC+1, Natsman wrote:
> On Friday, April 22, 2016 at 12:01:55 PM UTC+2, Dawlish wrote:
> > Only for scum like you.

> You allege <i>others</i> are scum?
> Ha, try a mirror, Dullish.
> CK


Only racists. You one?
Col (24.04.2016, 13:06)
On 21/04/2016 23:26, Lawrence Jenkins wrote:
> On Thursday, 21 April 2016 09:47:30 UTC+1, Jumper wrote:
> I recently heard an article on R4 where it was said that despite nearly 3 decades of warnings, that gay men were having that euphemistic term "unprotected sex". yet despite the sheer wilful ignorance of these gay men they were demanding very expensive NHS drug treatment. Now don't get me wrong but a person getting sick due to their work is totally different to a person getting sick because they like their carpet straight up the back passage.
> As my dad used to say alcoholism, drug addiction and smoking is all self afflicted. No one makes you do it.
> What gets me is though that since my personal experience in gobblers gulch ( Beaulah heights) just over a year ago I have become the pariah of the NH for even daring to mention it let alone be OT.

Why do you keep on bringing this up?
I accept that stumbling across people having sex in public wasn't a
pleasant experience (I wouldn't like it either) but you really need to
get over it!
Alan LeHun (24.04.2016, 20:11)
In article <do3k5bFgsrU1>, reddwarfer
says...
> Why do you keep on bringing this up?
> I accept that stumbling across people having sex in public wasn't a
> pleasant experience (I wouldn't like it either) but you really need to
> get over it!


He didn't. He never got that close and didn't see anything. I think
that's what rankles him most...
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