Really a good point, but in your attempt at greater accuracy you are glossing over other essential factors.<quoted text>
One more point. There are so many more straights than gays that if only 10% of straights had AIDS an 100% of gays had it, that would still be more straights sick than gays. But it would also mean no gays without it and 90% of straights not having AIDS. It is ridiculous to compare raw numbers and call this a heterosexual disease in this situation. I don't really expect you to be able to use your big head and really understand this, but maybe some other gays will get it and ignore your destructive information.
Most important is that the classification "MSM" does not define exclusively gay people, especially in the HIV stats. The majority of young male prostitutes are heteros just trying to get money to survive, shelter and feed themselves (and usually their drug habits). A knowledgeable breakdown of the available US stats and their modes of collect show this ... to those who actually know these processes. The CDC has yet to address these gaps.
In some African nations, the HIV infection stat is above 30% of the general population. What you attempt to suggest is a numerical impossibility, even if absolutely every gay person in the country were infected, and this is far from the truth. The proportions still don't skew the way you want them to.
Sorry, but gay people still only comprise about 5-6% of all human births.
Again, even if absolutely every gay person in a country were to be infected, this still doesn't add up to greater than the percentage of infected hetero persons in these countries.
The proper reference to HIV is what it's name suggests: the HUMAN Immunodeficiency Virus.