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Illegal to have sex if you have HIV AIDS MRSA etc

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Posted 5/8/08 , edited 5/8/08

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how i envy my parent era...
at that time there was no AIDS


actually, calculating your age, and assuming your parents are between the ages of 35-55, it's fair to say that AIDS was just beginning to kill people at a quicker pace at that point in time. If you do your research, AIDS and HIV began to circulate (although unknown to many people, unresearched, and untreatable) around the 1950's



It is first discovered in the year 5th june 1981..... go check it out..... please
about 27 years ago.....
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Hmm I could have sworn there was some law protecting people. But in the end no I do not believe that it should be illegal. We are all entitled to privacy regarding our medical history. That is why we have medicine so we can appear perfectly healthy. I do not think it is right for a person to not tell a potential partner whether or not they have aids. But then again I do feel that people who just willy nilly have sex without though should be punished as well. Because lets face it EVERYONE knows about STDs if you are not at least willing to try and protect themselves until they have medical proof that their partner is clean, you should suffer for your mistakes.

But think of it this way, you have or had some embarrassing medical condition. Do you want to walk around having to tell people about it? Sadly this is a gray area if you are not willing to ask your partner if they have no STDs then you are just as at fault as your partner who is not telling you they have STDs.
Posted 5/8/08 , edited 5/8/08

echo_psyche wrote:


shuyi000 wrote:


echo_psyche wrote:


shuyi000 wrote:

how i envy my parent era...
at that time there was no AIDS


actually, calculating your age, and assuming your parents are between the ages of 35-55, it's fair to say that AIDS was just beginning to kill people at a quicker pace at that point in time. If you do your research, AIDS and HIV began to circulate (although unknown to many people, unresearched, and untreatable) around the 1950's



It is first discovered in the year 5th june 1981..... go check it out..... please
about 27 years ago.....

That was when they first documented the problem labeled as AIDS. If you do further research you will find that in many cases (including AIDS and HIV), these viruses are around for quite a while before being recognized, documented, labeled as a problem, and treated. OH, >.< and please don't take this as some sort of insult, I commend you for having looked up as much as you did, some people wouldn't even bother doing that much. Thanks for trying and at least educating yourself on an epidemic that really has ruined many lives.



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Posted 5/19/08 , edited 5/19/08
Actually, a condom is enough to prevent the disease from spreading so I don't see the point of not letting them do the dirty deed...
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Posted 5/27/08 , edited 5/27/08
wouldn't that just make the stigma of having a disease like aids even greater? You must remember these are people you're talking about. Creating a law like that that would just dehumanise them in the eyes of the public..It would automatically write off all aids patients as criminals rather than sick people.
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Posted 6/16/08 , edited 6/16/08
No
Use a condom and you will be fine. If there is a law saying STD suffers cant have sex then you are turning them into criminals and defining them by the dieses.
STD suffers will then become the next big thing to hate.
Posted 6/17/08 , edited 6/17/08
Use a condom or don't have sex if your afraid of such thing.
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Posted 6/18/08 , edited 6/18/08
This is why it's so important to actually really get to know your partner before you decide to have sex. There will never be a law that allows people to know anything about other people's medical history (right to privacy act), and so it's important to actually know your partner and always use protection. There is a huge stigma behind STD's, especially AIDS and STD

As for HIV and AIDS, the first confirmed case of AIDS was in Africa in the late 70's, but the US government and news didn't start paying attention to it until Read the book, or watch the movie And the Band Played on for more information. Not that I condone not informing a sexual partner, but people are afraid to reveal that they have a STD since they will be judged because of it.

I have a friend who became HIV positive in the 1980's, but this was due to a blood transfusion during surgery (Donated blood wasn't tested during that time, they knew it could have been tranmitted through blood in 1982, but the blood banks didn't start testing until 1985). She only told a handful of people that she was positive, but she made it a point to tell anyone who she was in a serious relationship that she was HIV positive. She's married now with two children, and still only a handful of people know that she is HIV positive (her husband, her parents, and some friends).
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Posted 6/22/08 , edited 6/22/08
That would be discriminating. It is true that the spread of the disease involves contact with their bodily fluids. But then again, that contact doesn't necessarily equate to having sexual intercourse.

Also, most infected people are unaware that they indeed are a carrier of a virus or a specific pathogen. So it's hard to pinpoint whose infected and those who are not. The legislation to ban people with these syndromes isn't plausible.
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Posted 8/27/08 , edited 8/27/08
illegal?..but those people who has that kind of disease
are not criminals.we should treat them fairly.
well sex would be included in the basic needs
of an individual so maybe they should just learn ways
on how they can have safe sex and not transmitting the disease.
i'm sure there are a lot of ways that they can choose from.
you cannot blame those people and we should treat them
in a humane way, as you would like other people to treat you.
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Posted 8/27/08 , edited 8/27/08
How can you begin to enforce such an idea without blatantly violating the Constitution or human rights in general?
Posted 8/27/08 , edited 8/27/08

leviathan343 wrote:

How can you begin to enforce such an idea without blatantly violating the Constitution or human rights in general?


about...not?
besides...even is it was a rule despite all other rights etc~
there would be way to many ppl who would violate it
it wouldn't make any sense...
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Posted 8/27/08 , edited 8/27/08

Poison_Of_The_Heart wrote:


about...not?
besides...even is it was a rule despite all other rights etc~
there would be way to many ppl who would violate it
it wouldn't make any sense...


My brain doesn't comprehend things that make no sense.
Posted 8/27/08 , edited 8/28/08
Stop screwing random people or use a condom, that could solve some of your problems. But do you know that its illegal to tell a person they can't have sex because they have aids? It's going against there rights. But, it's also attempted murder to have sex with people and not warn them if you have aids so...yeah whatever.
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