University fires AIDS expert for testifying homosexuality is bad for public health

May 24, 2014 by

By Kirsten Andersen, LifeSite News: A world-famous expert on AIDS has been fired from his job at the University of the West Indies after telling court officials in Belize that homosexual behavior is a threat to public health. Professor Brendan Bain, who until now served as director of the regional coordinating unit of the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training Network (CHART) at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, was fired Tuesday after more than 30 homosexual activist groups demanded...

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Proposed Melbourne Declaration on HIV/AIDS Promotes Deadly Policies!

May 9, 2014 by

By Sharon Slater, Family Watch International Family Watch was forwarded an advance copy of a joint declaration being circulated to get agreement at an upcoming conference of the International AIDS Society (IAS) from major stakeholders in the fight to stop AIDS.  So what does IAS, which describes itself as “the world’s leading independent association of HIV professionals, with more than 16,000 members in 194 countries” say is the solution to the AIDS pandemic?  Most people would guess...

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U.S. Blocks 'Sexual Fidelity' as AIDS-Fighting Strategy at U.N.

Mar 28, 2014 by

by Austin Ruse & Stefano Gennarini The Obama administration, along with the European Union and the Nordic countries, ganged up on poor African nations over the past two weeks at the United Nations, insisting that sexual fidelity and delaying sexual debut cannot be defensive strategies against the spread of HIV. The African countries sent delegates to New York with high hopes that at least one of the non-binding but influential documents produced at the UN Commission on the Status of Women,...

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Africans Abandon AIDS Resolution After Hijacked by “Sexual Progressives”

Mar 27, 2014 by

By Rebecca Oas, PhD, C-Fam “This is unacceptable,” said Zimbabwe’s delegate. Her voice broke from frustration and regret. A resolution on HIV/AIDS, championed by the poorest African countries most affected by the deadly disease, was changed after negotiations had finished. The Netherlands demanded protections for children be removed, subtly giving a nod to sexualizing children and putting people at greater risk of HIV/AIDS.   African delegates had tailored the resolution...

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Sex Ed Program in Hawaii Public Schools Teaches 11-Y-Os That the Anus Is a Genital and Gay Sex, Prom...

Mar 11, 2014 by

By Leonardo Blair, Christian Post Hawaii Republican state Rep. Bob McDermott is seeking to revise a taxpayer-funded public school sex education program that teaches 11-year-old children that the anus is a genital, and gay sex and having multiple sex partners are normal.   In his recently published review of the "Pono Choices" sex education program that is being taught in "at least 12 Hawaii public schools," McDermott argued that the program is being irresponsibly...

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Lord Smith: Nelson Mandela made me feel vindicated in talking about my HIV status

Feb 27, 2014 by

From Pink News Labour peer Lord Smith has spoken about the moment when Nelson Mandela commended him over his decision to reveal his HIV status.   The ex-culture secretary, who is currently chair of the Environment Agency, told this month’s GT (Gay Times) that the former South African president, who died in December last year, said in 2005 it had been a “brave” and “terrific” decision.   Lord Smith was one of the first openly gay British MPs, coming out...

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