I'd like a gay blood transfusion, please!



"A U.S. advisory panel recommended for the first time that the 31-year ban preventing gay and bisexual men from donating blood should be partially ended, placing the nation’s policy in line with other countries. " Well, if we're going to be in line with other countries, that must be a good thing? Right?

Why do we discriminate against gays in this way? Except for the tremendous risk of getting AIDS, don't you think this is clearly homobophobia?

"Doctors and blood-donation advocates who advise the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services voted 16-2 today to suggest that men who have had sex with men should be able to give blood after being abstinent for one year." Great. We want the abstintent gays to donate. Why don't we also ask the drug addicts who haven't shot up in a year to donate as well?

“The system, in my mind, has been very successful, in part, I believe, because the public has trust in the system and the decisions we make,” said Jay Menitove, chairman of the advisory group that met today. “To maintain that trust and compliance on the part of the public, it is time to modernize.”--You see, this is about MODERNIZING. When you need a transfusion, won't you be happy to know that there may be a very modern AIDS virus in your bloodstream?

"While every unit of donated blood is tested for the virus, there is an 11-day window in which current tests can’t detect HIV in people who just contracted it, Kessler said in an interview before today’s panel meeting." Why should we worry about that?

"Under the current policy, Cianciotto and his husband can’t give blood though they’ve been monogamous for 11 years, he said in an interview before the panel’s meeting. " The injustice!!!!


Which is more important, political correctness, or the safety of our blood supply?
a) Political correctness

b) Our blood supply

c) Global warming, even though it wasn't an offered option

d) Something else



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