What you're doing above is called misdirection and we've seen you fellows do it around here time and again.<quoted text>
I suggest you look at this:
1. Anyone can get HIV. Today, this immune system-destroying disease is known as AIDS, which stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. The virus that causes it is HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus. But when the disease first appeared, AIDS was given other names, including ďgay cancerĒ and GRID, which stood for gay-related immune deficiency. Those names fell by the wayside when it was realized that everyone ó not just people who are gay ó are at risk.
2. AIDSí death toll is astronomic. Since the HIV/AIDS epidemic began in 1981, more than 30 million people worldwide have died from the disease, including more than 600,000 in the United States.
3. You can have HIV and not know it. HIV can remain undetected for as long as 10 years, and during that time, someone who's infected can spread it to many others. The only way to know for sure whether you or your partner is HIV-positive is to get tested. Late-stage HIV ó before it becomes AIDS ó does cause symptoms, but they can be easily confused with other ailments.
4. Prevention is key. Because HIV/AIDS is transmitted by the exchange of bodily fluids, the best way to prevent infection is to have safe sex (by consistently using a condom) and not injecting yourself with drugs or sharing needles. If you have multiple sexual partners, have unprotected sex, or use needles to inject drugs, federal health agencies recommend getting tested for HIV every six months.
5. HIV has a powerful opponent. Before 1996, an AIDS diagnosis was basically a death sentence. But during that year, a class of drugs known as antiretroviral therapy came into use. This so-called drug cocktail, which prevents the HIV virus from replicating, can keep the disease from turning into AIDS, transforming a fatal disease into a manageable one.
6. You canít get HIV from these things: Myths still abound about HIV/AIDS, so itís important to know that you cannot get it from insect bites or stings, a closed-mouth kiss, or an infected personís sweat or tears. You cannot get it by simply working or hanging out with someone who has AIDS or is HIV-positive either.
7. Itís not just a manís disease. Of the 34 million people worldwide who have AIDS, about half of them are women or girls. And a woman with AIDS or HIV is particularly vulnerable because of the possibility of passing the disease to her unborn children.
10. HIV/AIDS is still a huge problem. In the United States, someone becomes infected with HIV every 9Ĺ minutes ó and one in five people infected with HIV are unaware of it.
People, don't listen to the lies by Prof Marvel.....educate yourself and know how to protect yourself.......Education makes you powerful and can help remove the idiocy that people like Marvel spout!!!
It was gay males who started the epidemic here in the states, and then other gay males who carried it over to Haiti and Africa.
In Haiti, they brought it over during their man-boy sex tours. In Africa, it was gay flight attendants. Here in the states it was your gay bathhouses that kicked things off.
And of course you'll deny this, just like you'll deny sex even happened in your bathhouses. Some fools will even believe you. Most know better.