are dishonesty and shame contributing to hiv/AIDS?

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by marleyisalegend, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. marleyisalegend

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    with all these preachers lambasting homosexuality at the pulpit and mingling (oblivious wives removed) on weekend retreats, the church seems to be the remaining communal voice staunchly unwilling to address the epidemic. perhaps the drummers and choir directors are expendable assets?
     
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    Well if the church were to address it wouldn't it be along the lines of all sex outside of marriage is wrong? It is an STD among many and the church doesn't typically delve into those matters.
     
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    Absolutely shame and dishonesty are contributing to the spread of HIV. Shame and dishonesty about sex in general, not just for queers. The world would be a much better place if people weren't taught that their totally natural sex drive was sinful and their private parts are so shameful they have to be hidden at all times.
     
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