Let's begin with teh AIDS...
From the Center for Disease Control: HIV Among Gay and Bisexual Men
In other words, more than twenty years after AIDS started killing off gays in huge numbers, they are still barebacking and getting pozzed at significant rates.
Of course, the main reason for this is that f****ts
The health risks of gay sex: John R. Diggs, Jr. M.D.
Read that again. Seventy-five percent of gay men have had more than a hundred sex partners, and nearly a third have had more than a thousand.
That kind of slutting around is destined to have some very negative psychological and medical effects. We've already seen that HIV infection rates (the "gay disease") are sky-high for homosexuals, but all sorts of other STD infection rates are as well. Michael Blowhard does the dirty work of reading through some memoirs of gay men discussing their promiscuity and comes up with this little gem of behavioral recollection:
Let me present my own history of STDs. From 1973, when I came out, to 1975, I only got mononucloeosis and non-specific urethritis, or NSU. In 1975, I got my first case of gonorrhea. Not bad, I thought. I'd had maybe 200 different partners, and I'd only gotten the clap twice. But then, moving from Boston to New York City, it all began to snowball.
First came hepatitis A in '76 and more gonorrhea and NSU. In 1977, I was diagnosed with amebiasis, an intestinal parasite, hepatitis B, more gonorrhea, and NSU. In 1978, more amebiasis and my first case of shigella, and of course, more gonorrhea. Then in 1979, hepatitis yet a third time, this time non-A, non-B, more intestinal parasites, adding giardia this time, and an anal fissure as well as my first case of syphilis ... By 1981, I got some combination of STDs each and every time I had sex ...
At age twenty-seven I've had: gonorrhea, syphillis, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis non-A, non-B; intestinal parasites including amebiasis, e. historicia, shigella, giardia; herpes simplex types one and two; venereal warts, mononucleosis, cytomegalovirus, and now cryptosporodiosis, for which there is no known cure.
I'm sure homosexuality advocates will tell us that this is PERFECTLY NORMAL BEHAVIOR (crypto-what?). Granted, this was thirty years ago, just as the AIDS epidemic was picking up steam (and no wonder). But this sort of thing is still going on right now. Let me present to you an annual f****t
We head upstairs, where things are supposed to be even more interesting. There is another sex show starting up here on a large, elevated, square stage. I recognize the first performer as famous French narcissist François Sagat (NSFW). He is shirtless and looking ripped, although much shorter than I'd imagined. He is joined by a very large, muscular black man. They wrestle around for a few minutes before the black guy opens his pants, removes his penis and starts pissing on François. First on his chest, then in his mouth, and then he turns the water gun upwards and pisses in his own mouth. This honestly doesn't do it for me, and yet I can't stop watching. They both stand up and the crowd applauds.
Back upstairs, we head into a large tent set up in a corner, where I trip over someone and realize a third of the people in this tent are on their knees. There are several groups of people in here, each encircling a guy getting blown.
One last time I peek into the tent. There is a lot of oral sex and good amount of f**king
Now, it would be unfair to say that ALL gays behave like this. Just most of them. A few of them do seem to have second thoughts about this sort of behavior:
I witnessed a scene that remains seared into my memory. A group of a hundred or so men had gathered around the pool table near the main stage and were watching four men, one wearing a cat mask and another dressed in a boy scout uniform. The boy scout first poured the contents of a beer bottle into the man in the cat mask, who was lying down on the table. The cat masked man shot the contents (and not with his mouth) back out onto onlookers. The boy scout then got rid of the bottle in favor of other implements; first a pool cue — handle first — then four pool balls. As I walked away, I saw him prepare to insert one more object: a magic eight ball.
A few hours later, as morning rose, I walked into my Brooklyn apartment and dropped my clothes into a plastic bag. What had I learned?
That doesn’t mean that men won’t or shouldn’t keep having sex in dark rooms or on pool tables in front of large crowds, but it means that, as the march toward the mainstream continues, it’ll probably become increasingly uncommon.
It doesn't seem to be getting any less common if current gay STD and HIV infection rates are any measure.
But now we're hearing more and more that these poor oppressed sodomites are being deprived of their civil rights because they do not have the legal right to "marry" and pretend to be man and wife. As we've seen, they're just like the rest of us, and want to bring their loving, stable, monogamous relationships into full legitimacy in the eyes of society. Except, not so much:
There are conﬂicting data about male couples and sexual exclusivity. Research documents that approximately one third of male couples are sexually exclusive (‘Advocate Sex Poll,’ 2002; Bryant & Demian, 1994; LaSala, 2004; Wagner, Remien, & Carballo-Dieguez, 2000)
Halkitis, Zade, Shrem, and Marmor(2004) and LaSala (2004, 2005) found that three decades into the AIDS pandemic, gay men have not altered their preferred relationship style; that is, fear of becoming infected with HIV has not caused a sizable increase in monogamy among male couples. In one study, heterosexual married and cohabiting couples who identiﬁed as monogamous reported a high degree of covert sexual nonexclusivity.
One of the biggest differences between male couples and mixed-sex couples is that many, but by no means all, within the gay community have an easier acceptance of sexual nonexclusivity than does heterosexual society in general. The gay community’s normative acceptance of casual sex, anonymous sex and nonmonogamy in couple relationships represents a dramatic departure from heterocentric norms and values’
Um...yeah. No kidding.
Really, though. They're just like us.