Active homosexuals deliberately break UK blood donor waiting period to ‘fight the system’

Jun 20, 2019 by

by Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite:

Active homosexual men in the United Kingdom are deliberately breaking a regulation that bans them from giving blood if they’ve had sexual contact with men in the past three months. While the rule is designed to keep the blood bank safe from blood-borne diseases, the active homosexuals are donating blood anyways, calling the measure  “discrimination” and “homophobic.”

Victoria Derbyshire reported yesterday on her morning news programme that active homosexuals are violating the rules set for blood donation. An investigative journalist for the show discovered that this is because these donors feel it is wrong for the National Health Service to discriminate against men who are homosexually active with other men.

According to the regulations set for England, Wales, and Scotland, men cannot donate blood if they have had sexual contact with men in the past three months: this is to prevent the possible transmission of HIV, a blood-borne disease.

“When a gay man is giving blood, they have to tick a box to say that they have complied with these rules,” Derbyshire explained, “but we have found that some are lying on that form.”

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