A new Centers for Disease Control (CDC) study hypocritically blames Americans for their intolerance while at the same time finally acknowledging that there exists an "alarming" rate of STDs among homosexuals.
While the government report allows, "While anyone can become infected with an STD, young people and gay and bisexual men are at greatest risk," the foreword to the study has the gall to state, “Indeed, there are many obstacles to effective prevention efforts. The first hurdle will be to confront the reluctance of American society to openly confront issues surrounding sexuality and STDs.”
If there is one institution that has been reluctant to acknowledge the consequences of homosexual behavior, it is the federal government. For example, which institution forced hospitals to forego screening of homosexuals blood for donation purposes? Only last December, the Food and Drug Administration announced it would trash the lifetime prohibition on blood donation by gay and bisexual men, only forcing them to aver they had not had sex with a man in the past year, a pronouncement that could easily be a lie.
Just how reluctant has the government been to acknowledge the truth about homosexual behavior? Although the CDC report admits that in the case of syphilis, "Men who have sex with men (MSM) account for 83 percent of male cases where the sex of the sex partner is known,” six years ago, in an August 2009 article in the gay newspaper The Washington Blade, an article was titled, “Gay, bi men 50 times more likely to have HIV; CDC reports hard data at national HIV prevention conference.”
The CDC report, discussing gonorrhea, states, “During 2010–2014, the rate among men increased 27.9%, while the rate among women decreased 4.1%.The magnitude of the increase among men compared with a decrease among women suggests either increased transmission or increased case ascertainment (e.g., through increased extra-genital screening) among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (collectively referred to as MSM).”
Peter LaBarbera, founder of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality, spoke to LifeSiteNews, and asserted, “It's time for policymakers and pundits to acknowledge and deal with the elephant in the room: engaging in homosexual behavior can be very dangerous to one's health.” He added, "If such overwhelming evidence pointed to any aberrant behavior other than homosexuality as so extremely high-risk, there would be a full-scale government-corporate mobilization urging people not to practice that behavior – or even leveling sanctions against it," Yet homosexualism is celebrated, and promoted – even to young children.”
The myth of homosexual monogamy was shattered long ago; a large-scale study by Bell and Weinberg in the 1970s found 43% of white male homosexuals had had sex with 500 or more partners, 28% had had sex with 1,000 or more partners. In a 1997 study of the sexual profiles of 2,583 older homosexuals published in the Journal of Sex Research, “the modal range for number of sexual partners was 101-500.” 10.2% to 15.7% stated they had had between 501 and 1,000 partners.
“It's time for policymakers and pundits to acknowledge and deal with the elephant in the room: engaging in homosexual behavior can be very dangerous to one's health.”
Peter LaBarbera, founder of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality
In its fact sheet, the CDC has the gall to start blaming the American public, rather than homosexuals for their behavior, stating, “Additionally, complex issues like homophobia and stigma can also make it difficult for gay and bisexual men to find culturally-sensitive and appropriate care and treatment.”
The federal government and the Obama Administration have been assiduous in their efforts to hide the biological effects of homosexual behavior, but scientific truths eventually win in the end.