Those are the ones under Islamic law or Christian governance. Abrahamic religions poison societal morality.<quoted text>And about 38 of them have anti-gay laws.
Anyways, those nations are largely not in SSA, which is where HIV is a straight disease.
I disagree - SA has the highest percentage of HIV infected people in the entire world. They have undertaken strong health care initiatives to deal with it, including the free supply of first and second line drugs to HIV sufferers.Concerning legality in SA that is obviously true. Unlike the U.S., there is still a heavy stigma towards people with AIDS... the numbers aren't complete and honest in that country.
We are talking about the poorest continent in the entire world. There are less overall statistics on everything but development indicators.<quoted text>If 38 out of 51 african countries have anti-gay laws, then there are less gay statistics.
There are slaves, still, in Africa, but that's not something you normally hear about.
The contradiction is that you refuse to see HIV as a pathogen that infects anyone. You have this strange idea that gays are spreading it - and that forces you to make such ridiculous comments as "gays are having sex with straight women and infecting them. Uhm...because they're bisexual."Through bi-sexual means.
<quoted text>I don't see any contradiction.