I have never indicated that I lost a partner to AIDS. I have lost friends to AIDS, but never a partner. You must have me confused with some other person that you talk to. You do, after all, spend an inordinate amount of time perusing these TOPIX forums (at one time I counted 10 forums where you spread your anti-homosexual agenda).<quoted text>
At one time you indicated losing a partner to AIDS. However, the point you are avoiding is that anal sex has had a devastating affect on our society.
You equating that with natural sex, especially as a social worker, is abhorrent. You falsely create fear for some, and minimize risk for others.
Then you turn around and assert that the idea of curing a sexual disorder is immoral. Unbelievable.
You further your perverted denial by asserting that facing issues in life results in people not feeling welcome in society. My challenge to homosexuals results from walking that path ahead of them. A monster mutation who embraces the good, bad and ugly. That honesty has resulted in a welcome embrace. Except from those who want to maintain their own denial.
Anyone with a small measure of common sense can clearly see who is putting people at risk VV, and it ain't me.
Anal sex hardly has a devastating effect on our society. As I said before, millions of people--gay and straight--engage in anal sex every day. If it were as devastating and demeaning as you suggest the country would grind to a halt.
Anal sex has long been practiced by people around the world and throughout the ages. It's hardly unnatural.
The only thing unnatural is your continued fascination and obsession with it. You never miss a chance to zero in on it like a prick to an asshole. And I can't decide if you're the "prick" or the "asshole". You seem to be both.
There is nothing "disordered" about homosexuality. Again, it's been around since the beginning. It's as natural as heterosexuality.
There are disorders, however, surrounding people who spend their time thinking about other people's sexual habits--imagining who puts what where. That is a sickness that you share with many people.
As for the rest of your comment, you can keep your warm embrace. Save it for your wife, who always has my deepest sympathies.