HIV News & Comment from Andrew Sullivan

March 5, 2009 at 10:38 am | Posted in LGBT, Medical | Leave a comment

news and comment from Andrew Sullivan about common chemical found in food and cosmetics has been shown to protect monkeys against HIV infection, raising hopes that a similar treatment can be developed for humans.

“Progress in making a gel to prevent HIV transmission. It is applied to the vagina. They never bothered to do this for gay men when it could have mattered. Because gay sex is to be discouraged and stigmatized rather than made less dangerous. And barebacking, while scandalous for sero-concordant gays, is mandatory Catholic doctrine for straights.

Speaking of HIV, One-quarter of Vancouver’s female sex trade workers infected with HIV.

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