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Thursday, February 02, 2012

AIDS expert admits I was right.


  1. So is not being wrong the same thing as being right? What if I said that Stacey Campbell's grandfather was a member of the Ku Klux Klan, and he participated under an assumed name? I mean, you couldn't disprove this allegation, so it's basically true, right?

  2. Your numbers are wrong... You keep quoting that heterosexuals have a 1 in 5,000,000 chance of contracting the HIV/AIDS disorder as long as they aren't participating in high-risk behaviors.

    Well, the same holds true for gays. If, as a gay man, I don't participate in high risk behaviors (anal sex, unprotected sex, monogamous sex partner, frequent testing, no IV drug use, etc) then my chance of contracting the HIV/AIDS disorder also reduced dramatically.

    In fact, if I'm a gay man who is abstinent, then my risk is zero.

    And if I'm a gay women, my risks are lower than the risks that heterosexuals face.

    It's about behavior and risk exposure.

    My recommendation--allow gays to marry so that we will more likely have long-term, monogamous relationships.

  3. Congratulations on what seems to be your first pseudo-scientific figure that appears to partially agree with you.


  4. After seeing this interview, I moved to Kentucky.
    Plain and simple.


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