Yes, heteros3xual transmit diseases. Never said they didn't. The fact remains, over 70% of males get infected with HIV through homos3xual activity. Only about 14% get it through heteros3xual activity and about 10% through IV drug use. It's clear that the overwhelming majority of males get HIV through homos3xual activity. These males then transmit it to females through heteros3xual activities.
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But yet you want to act like being gay doesn't leave you more susceptible to diseases? How being bi can endanger others by transmitting these diseases through heteros3xual acts.
And no, I do not have a degree in microbiology, but I do have a degree. Look at the sig and you can tell it's not from a community college. I'm not the one you want to argue with. I present my argument with facts.
Now go ahead and continue to spread your lies about how being gay doesn't hurt anyone or how gays aren't more susceptible to diseases. That's like saying fat people aren't more susceptible to diabetes. Your lifestyle affects your health. And no, we don't live in a bubble. What you do with your life does affect others, sometimes directly or indirectly. Just ask all the drunk drivers who k!lled people thinking "It's my body. I can get drunk if I want to, it won't effect anybody else" Everybody is entitled to their own opinion and everybody is entitled to make their own choices. I'm not about sit back though and let you push this infactual information like it's the truth when the facts say otherwise.
Those numbers mean less than you think.
"New research, which looks at variations between US states in tolerance towards homos3xuality and HIV rates, has found that an increase in tolerance significantly reduces the rate of HIV."
Major takeaway point being that because of society's intolerance towards gays, gays tend to resort to riskier methods of getting their rocks off. This is one of the main reasons that the spreading of the virus is so much more rapid in gays.