Hey all, I suppose this thread is aimed at gays in the UK (not sure if laws in the rest of the world are the same), basically just been a little worried about what effects there are when insurance companies know that a policy holder is gay. I'd heard a lot in uni last year about Hepatitis B being a big problem in the gay community - so I went to my local GP to get a vaccine. I've always really liked and trusted my GP, she was one of the first people I came out to, so it seemed like the best thing to do. But now one of my friends has told me that I should have got the vaccine at a Sexual Health Clinic where I would have been completely anonymous, because my GP will likely put down in my medical records that I requested a Hep B vaccine because of my "lifestyle choices" or something like that, and if I were ever to get health insurance in the future, this will affect the premium or something. Does anyone know if this is likely to happen? I'm not planning on getting health insurance in the near future or anything, but I do wish I'd just gone to a sexual health clinic now.