You may not be a homosexual, but that was pure gay twirl.<quoted text>
For one thing: I'm not gay.
I'm a married female w/3 kids.(and none
of them are gay)
I'm also a nurse so if you want to talk about
blame for HIV/AIDS lets talk.
HIV is not a judgement it's a preventable
screw up on the part of an eager beaver
scientist who broke protocol and did the
unthinkable (and unethical) when he used chimp
kidney cells to try and make a vaccine for
small pox. I guess since he was in the Congo
region of Africa and chimps were plentiful and
cheap he thought he could get away w/it.
There is a reason that chimps are not used for
this type of procedure. They carry the most
diseases that can be transferred to humans. Like
small pox, monkey pox, and a dozen other pox viruses.
This was in the 40s (I think) and we didn't know
but suspected that they had many more diseases that
we could get.
So he made a trial vaccine and then forced (with
the help of the African gov) an entire village
to submit to it.
Another research team beat him to a vaccine and
his facility was closed down.
It was not until HIV hit the west coast of the U.S.,
and the CDC started back tracking this disease that
his facility was revisited.
Amazingly enough the place was still there, abandoned
in the jungle, and the equipment, cages and everything
was still there. The locals claimed the place was
cursed so it had not been touched.
Blood samples were found from the village ppl that he
was testing and some were still viable.
And surprise surprise the sample tested was HIV positive.
This explained how this virus managed to take hold in
the human population so thoroughly.
It had/has nothing to do w/gay ppl. If it were
a "gay" virus then heterosexuals wouldn't be able to get
it. It is an STD. And the blame for it goes to an
unethical virologist named Oppenheimer.
Thanks for the heads up on how it appeared, but what a bunch of BS on how it spread. I'd be terrified to have you near my health care with reasoning like that. Tell me you are a blonde and I'll understand a little...