Here's where it gets interesting and funny. BattieCakes insists God has a perfect plan. But then insists God's perfect plan isn't possible because of free will.<quoted text>
Sexual activity is only one of several transmission vectors for HIV, Patricia. Sharing needles for drug usage with an infected person is another way. Receiving transfusions of or drugs made from tainted blood is another. In utero transmission is yet another. Accidental exposure to tainted bodily fluids from an infected person is yet another.
Monogamous couples can still contract HIV, Patricia, through other risky behaviors or in some cases, through no fault of their own. You religious belief about "God's perfect plan" doesn't stopp all transmission vectors for HIV.
IPerhaps we should think of you as a disease, then, huh Patricia? Because YOU surely aren't "right" and your very existence produces a negative effect on the world around you.
Sort of screws the whole perfect plan idea if you ask me.
It's funny watching these christians who insist God has a plan turn around and admit God isn't as powerful as they claim.