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GUEST,Musket curious BS: Reinforcing respectful 'boundaries' (1096* d) RE: BS: Reinforcing respectful 'boundaries' 14 Aug 13

The figure may have been published. The figures in the plural are also published together with the success through intervention figures that GU services should be proud of. Clamydia remains a national issue amongst younger people and HIV still has a hot spot in certain wards of some inner cities that are a concern but as HPA states, stigmatisation leads to cluster communities.

Interesting that a hateful disgusting lowlife can look on a website but not read what it says.   I have no issue with that. My issue is his insistence on perpetuating the problem by continually stigmatising a section of society on the basis he either doesn't like the idea of being fucked in his arse or didn't enjoy it at the time. Difficult to see which but the result is the same. A dangerous viewpoint that would if shared by others drive a section of the community further away from integration and increase the health issues which can if not practiced safely transmit one of many STDs.

Pink News the other week reported, according to HSJ that a poll of readers showed over 50% were celibate and of the rest, safe sex was practiced by all those responding. Not a universal study granted, but just that alone makes sweeping statements over all gay people for health reasons disingenuous.

In the meantime, unprotected sex by teenagers causing Clamydia is on the rise.   Luckily I suppose, anybody with an interest in public health knows the target. Those with an agenda pick their targets and therefore do not influence those responsible for tackling the issues.   

I have tried to point out issues to Akenaton. He is a lying disgusting piece of filth and is incapable of debate. What price respectful boundaries now?

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