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Gay Pride to Go Ahead Despite Monkeypox Spreading Largely in LGBTQ+ Community

Monkeypox spreads largely in the Gay community

WHO thinks it's more important not to be 'transphobic' than it is to stop the spread of an infectious disease.

The World Health Organization says that global mass gathering events planned for ‘Gay Pride Month’ shouldn’t be cancelled despite the fact that experts say monkeypox is circulating largely amongst the Alphabet people.

As one commentator put it: Apparently, allowing scantily-clad gay men to suggestively gyrate in street parades is more important than curbing a dangerous disease. Who knew?

The number of global monkeypox cases continues to rise, with authorities adamant that it is not 'vaccine induced' they are having to look at previous outbreaks for clues to its spread. The virus has previously been spread almost exclusively by infected gay and bisexual men.

Health officials in the UK are now telling people who think they may be infected with monkeypox not to have sex, but are playing down the links to homosexuality for fears this could lead to “stigmatisation” of gays. The answer is not to refer to the fact that it is predominantly spread by gay men having unprotected anal sex. The monkeypox outbreak mirrors the AIDS pandemic in the 1980s, in order not to 'stigmatise' gay men government officials claimed that 'anyone could get it' and 'we are all at risk'. In reality those risks weren't anywhere near equal.

The World Health Organisation is instructing gay pride events go ahead despite them being super-spreader events because it is more important to be seen as not 'transphobic' than it is to stop a disease from spreading. “It’s important that people who want to go out and celebrate gay pride, LGBTQ+ pride, to continue to go and plan to do so,” said Andy Seale, a strategies adviser in the WHO Department of Global HIV, Hepatitis and Sexually Transmitted Infections Programmes.

“Most of these events–the official events–are outdoors, they’re family-friendly,” Seale added. “We don’t see any real reason to be concerned about the enhanced likelihood of transmission in those contexts.”

Why is that? Is it because this outbreak of Monkeypox has more to do with Covid Vaccines than gay sex?

You have to have some balls to fight in a war, and she has.

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