Sex and Disease


by DJW

We keep reading stories of HIV positive men who infect large numbers of partners, but why is it up to the state to tell us what we should do in intimate contact? so what if the man (eg http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2046347/Monster-gave-HIV-left-life-sentence-says-mother-infected-man-slept-hundreds-women.html) was HIV+. The decision whether to wear rubber insulation was up to him and his sexual partners. And women who sleep with people they don’t know without marrying them first – well they are taking the risk. So what is the problem? What next? A law forbidden kissing when you have the common cold? I am totally opposed to the idea of “safe sex”. The real safe sex is sex between a man and his wife – and everything else includes risks of various types and that is all there is to it.

 

About these ads

4 responses to “Sex and Disease

  1. “And women who sleep with people they don’t know without marrying them first – well they are taking the risk”.

    Marrying someone won’t kill the HIV virus.

  2. It’ll kill the romance tho’.

  3. Rob, as they say: for better, for worse, in sickness and in health, with HIV or without, till death do us part.

  4. What about “and forsaking all others”?