Monday, February 07, 2005

NEW Health Risks in the Homosexual Community

So when are we going to deal with the serious public health crisis resulting from homosexual behavior? Not only are homosexual men dying of AIDS, "bisexual" men are spreading new diseases to females. And the cost in suffering to those in the lifestyle is also largely kept quiet. But we hear little about this in the mainstream press.

One reason the radical homosexual agenda has progressed so quickly is that no one--not even MassResistance--wants to talk or think about the perverted behavior of anal intercourse, or the incredible promiscuity in the "gay" lifestyle. We have all averted our eyes, given the homosexuals the "privacy of their own bedrooms" (or public restrooms?). But we must get serious about the diseases spreading to the larger society, and the costs we are all absorbing for HIV/AIDS patient care.

Now we are hearing about increasing drug problems in the homosexual community. The Boston homosexual newspaper, Bay Windows, is very concerned about the crystal meth crisis. See "Our silence about crystal is killing us", Guest Opinion 2/3/05:

"With very few exceptions, the rise in crystal meth addiction among gay men is going unnocticed in Boston. About 10 years ago, methamphetimine made its way onto Boston's party circuit. Although the drug - also known as speed, crank, Tina, and Crissy - has become a huge problem, you wouldn't know it by the way we talk about it. Or, rather, you wouldn't know it because we don't talk about it at all. After all, we've all heard the stories about the all night sex parties. We've seen the profiles on Manhunt, a popular Web site that makes it easy to arrange sexual encounters, looking for "PNP", short for party and play. Party, of course, refers to the use of drugs, and nine times out of 10, the drug of choice is crystal meth. Over the last year or so many of us have also heard stories of guys who've lost their jobs, homes, partners and friends due to crystal meth addiction. We've also learned about some who've become infected with HIV as a result of their use of crystal meth, because - let's be real - while chemically induced with Tina, sexual risk management pretty much goes out the window."

Also, a new "rare sex disease" has appeared in New York City among the homosexual population. As NewsMax reported (Feb. 2, 2005) :

"[T]he strain is the same as that recently detected in Europe, the city's health commissioner said Wednesday. Lymphogranuloma venereum, or LGV, is a form of chlamydia that can damage the bowels and scar the anus... 'We know LGV increases the risk of the spread of HIV because it causes ulcers and bleeding,' [the city's health commissioner] said....Unprotected anal intercourse is the key risk factor for the spread of LGV."