Talk:Gay disease

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Where in the reference does it say anything about people being unsure as to homosexuals standing in terms of the AIDS epidemic? Fantomas 09:43, 28 May 2007 (EDT)

"Through media attention to AIDS and homosexual groups which have taken a stand both for their rights and against AIDS, homosexual practices and lifestyles have become more accepted. Many people, however, remain unsure whether to blame gays for AIDS or to view them as unfortunate victims in a public health nightmare. Media coverage has also caused many homosexuals to question their personal and social acceptance, and ultimately grow scared about their future. The author notes the gulf between religious and moral conservatives who condemn gay sex and homosexuality on the one hand, and Bacchanalian proponents who defend their freedom to have consensual sex with anyone and as often as they please."


You may not agree with it, but it is there. --OfficerDibble 09:59, 28 May 2007 (EDT)