- Jan 21, 2009
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Irrelevant to the debate as to whetherWho's got no clue? Tears, urine, saliva are all bodily fluids
Blood from one open wound to another wound on someone else can transmit HIV without sex or needles.You can't get HIV from an HIV positive person without either sharing needles or bodily fluids via sex.
Against. The Military excludes people for haveing diseases like Hepatitis or Diabetes. Absurd to suspend medical logic all because were worried about offending the gays. EQUAL protection of the law. NOT purposeful dicrimination for the benefit of homosexuals.I'm confused. Are you for or against lifting the ban on recruiting HIV-positive people into the armed forces.
So removing a ban is “privilege.”Today, HRC released the Blueprint for Positive Change 2020, an important brief that includes 85 individual policy recommendations, reaching across the federal government, aimed at bettering the daily lives of…www.hrc.org
Almost all of them are a requirement of privileges. I especially like this one:
10. Lift the ban on recruiting HIV-positive people into the armed forces.
Comment. this point is especially important for them, as there are a lot of carriers of HIV infection among sod***tes - at least one in ten in the United states.
I am glad for these people. Finally they got their government. Good luck to them!