Tag Archives: risks

“Gay Shame” What’s that all about?

By | 11th July 2021

“Gay shame” is the new ideologically driven narrative the gay ill health sector is pushing onto the gay community. It stems from a 2005 book “The Velvet Rage” by Alan Downs. In it Downs explores “gay shame” by interviewing a number (not many) of gay men. The idea is that we are all suffering from… Read More »

Confusion and Contradiction is part of the HIV non prevention strategy

By | 24th January 2021

Do you ever read articles, tweets, facebook posts from the gay ill health sector and feeling utterly confused in what they are saying, how they are saying it and what it all means? Politically correct language which offers no advice, guidance and is contradictory when you think about it? Well confusion and contradiction is part… Read More »

“Self stigma” Why the gay ill health sector won’t promote condoms

By | 16th October 2020

You will have seen over the past few years several campaigns from the gay ill health sector. Focusing on testing, U=U and of course PrEP. As always “HIV stigma” is thrown into the mix. However don’t you find it odd in the fight to “prevent” and “tackle” HIV that condoms are never mentioned or if… Read More »

Raw is the Law. How the gay ill health sector destroyed gay mens sexual health

By | 4th February 2020

How have we got to the point in 2020 where young gay men feel the need to take powerful medication, meant originally to treat HIV positive men, and use it as a way of having unprotected “condomless” sex to stop the anxiety of being infected with HIV and to feel  “liberated”? We have read tweets… Read More »

Undetectable=Untransmittable. A human right to demand “condomless” sex?

By | 1st February 2020

The politically correct woke bareback agenda is in full flow in 2020s thanks to  the gay (ill)health sector. Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) is potentially a wonderful advance. HIV+ gay men take their meds daily and have a low viral load which means they are looking after their health. Unfortunately U=U has become entwined with a  bareback agenda;… Read More »

Gays on TV. Are you being depraved?

By | 8th December 2019

In the “bad old days” on television 1960s and 1970s gays were often stereotyped as the limp wristed camp effeminate “poofter” type. Always fun happy go lucky characters, enjoying life and making innuendos all the time. Think Dick Emery Clarence, John Inman’s Mr Humphreys in Are You Being Served, Frankie Howerd and the Carry On… Read More »

Do gay ill health sector workers have serious mental health issues?

By | 11th August 2019

There is no stigma in being mentally ill. However does the gay ill health sector attract those that already have serious mental health conditions? And if you aren’t suffering from a mental health condition does working in the gay ill health sector create them? Is this because of their extreme ideological politically correct beliefs? The… Read More »

Ticking the boxes

By | 27th May 2019

* Previous irrational shame – TICK * Previous irrational fear – TICK * Misplaced feeling of being in control – TICK * Misplaced feeling of liberation – TICK * Condoms not mentioned – TICK Is the man using condoms? We don’t know because of course as usual they aren’t mentioned. If he is then why… Read More »

Testing won’t save you from HIV or STI infection. A condom will

By | 3rd March 2019

If you read the countless tweets and articles produced by the gay (ill)health sector you would be forgiven for thinking that HIV and STIs can be avoided, or driven down, by testing for them every 3 months or so. Syphilis and gonorrhea are at epidemic levels, last seen in the 1940s before antibiotics were discovered… Read More »

The PrEP Impact Trial – what the news and PrEPsters aren’t telling you

By | 24th January 2019

Reading the news and Tweets from fanatical PrEPsters you might think that the NHS PrEP Impact Trial is a great success. That we’re well on the way to “ending HIV” as they like to claim. News reports and politicians tell us that “many” clinics are now full for gay men. Ten days ago NHS England… Read More »