Luckily none, as afterward I had myself tested but all because I’m faithful, doesn’t mean my partner is. So what difference is there between gay men and nongay men? Why are lesbians ok to donate? It seems like the rules need to be altered. Either it should be a rule for all, or for none. The rules are based on the risk of HIV infection. Anyone can get HIV but men who have sex with men have a much higher rate of HIV infection compared to women or to men who don’t have sex with men.
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For the same reason, people who have recently traveled to countries with high infection rates and people who use intravenous drugs aren’t allowed to donate. These aren’t arbitrary rules, they’re decisions based on a medical fact made by people who know what they’re talking about. That said, the disparity in infection rates has reduced over time, so as rates of infection amongst men who have sex with men hopefuĺly continue to go down this rule is likely to change in the future.
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It seems bonkers to you because you don’t grasp the issues involved. If you had read the article before commenting on it you would know that HIV infection rates are much higher for gay men and HIV may not show up in tests for the first three months after infection. It’s bizarre to me how many people feel strongly enough about this issue to post outraged comments but somehow not strong enough to spend thirty seconds acquainting themselves with the facts.
Have a lot of the people commenting actually ever been for blood donation? It’s not about homophobia, it’s about risk assessment. The questionnaire before donating covers all sorts of risks including tattoos, recent dental work. They’re not discriminating people. You’re not allowed to donate for a period of time after giving birth but that’s not discriminating women.