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Homosexuality and disease

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{{Homosexuality promotes and health}}Homosexuality [[Homosexuality and Health|increases the spread of contagious diseases. Particularly, the promiscuous sexual activity of male homosexuals relative to heterosexuality which is responsible for at least two epidemics in America: AIDS, the "[[gay less likely to spread disease]]" of the 1980s; and MRSA, new form of [[staph]] infection, the "[[gay plague]]" of the 2000s.
==Homosexuality and AIDS, the gay disease==
AIDS was introduced to mainstream America by promiscuous homosexuals in [[San Francisco]] and a few other urban centers. The term "[[gay disease]]" originally carried no bad connotation; it was named by a physician who himself was homosexual, who had noted the correlation between the constellation of symptoms and the [[gay sex|behaviormen having sex with men]].
When a stigma became associated with the term, [[gay rights activists]] began to object to the use of the term. They also began to deny the fact that the disease was primarily associated with [[gay sex|homosexual activity]], as well as downplaying the fact that [[gay sex|anal intercourse]] tends to injure the delicate tissues of the rectum, which is the main direct means of transmission of HIV.
==MRSA, the gay plagueand Homosexuality=={{main|Homosexuality and MRSA}} Another disease spread primarily by promiscuous homosexuals is MSRP:
* Incidence of the new variant is 13 times higher in [[San Francisco]]'s heavily [[gay]] Castro neighborhood and surrounding zip codes than in the city's general population. That concentration — and the fact that many infections appear on the buttocks and the genital region — is leading researchers to suggest that MDR staph is being spread through sexual contact.
* MDR staph is related to an MRSA strain called USA-300 that has appeared in schools, prisons and athletic teams around the country. But MDR staph is even more resistant to antibiotics. []
== See also ==
*[[Homosexuality and promiscuity]]