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How Is It That People Are Still Getting HIV?

Posted by V the K at 11:24 am - May 10, 2018.
Filed under: HIV/AIDS

As a culture, we have pretty much known since 1984 how to avoid getting HIV. Avoiding HIV has been part of the Sex Education indoctrination for almost as long. Yet, the numbers of infected keep growing and 70% of new cases are among gay men who especially should know better.

Taxpayers are spending $26 Billion annually (according to the article) on a disease that’s actually fairly easy to avoid. That works out to over $42,000 per person with HIV.

Gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia are also exploding at epidemic levels. Liberals they are dealing with the problem by … I am not making this up…  well, here just read it.

The teenagers tucked their hands into their sweatshirt pockets as they shuffled to form a circle. Some gazed at the asphalt, trying to avoid the game they had been drafted to play.

“It’s like hot potato/musical chairs, but with a penis,” said the girl leading the group.

The teenagers, the girl explained, would pass a plastic, life-size penis around the circle. Whoever was holding it when the music stopped would have to unroll a condom onto it, completing each of the eight steps they had been taught a few minutes earlier.

Liberals think people are idiots who need to all be treated like children — highly sexualized children — probably because they spend all of their time around other liberals.

Liberals also blame “racism and stigma” for the dramatic jump in STD’s. I think it has more to do with the social left’s promotion of a culture in which sexual gratification is the premier value.

Red Pills for Everybody

Posted by V the K at 9:08 am - May 10, 2018.
Filed under: Liberalism Run Amok

Homo author Bret Easton Ellis (not that being a homo is relevant to his point, but given the theme of GP’s blog, it has been noted) thinks normal people are really getting fed up with SJW horse-scat and a big snapback is coming.

“As someone who considers themselves a disillusioned Gen-X’er, I think there IS a backlash brewing against leftist hysteria,” Ellis told Observer over email. “What I used to semi-align myself with has no answers for anything right now, just constant bitching and finding ways to delegitimize an election.”

I don’t know if he’s right. I hope he is.

You know how for years, the pundit class has decried how the right was become narrower and narrower because, supposedly, conservatives were demanding ever more stringent demands for “purity.” But this exact phenomenon is really, literally-not-figuratively happening on the left, and those same pundits seem pretty okay with it.

As the Overton window in media, academia and Hollywood shrinks—ejecting conservative voices like Kevin Williamson, while opposing centrists in the vein of New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss—that on the right grows.