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World’s First HIV-Positive Sperm Bank is Launched to ‘Remove the Stigma’

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The world’s first HIV-positive sperm bank, called Sperm Positive, has been opened in New Zealand to “remove the stigma” surrounding people suffering from the often-terminal sexually transmitted disease.

The program has started with three donors who supposedly have an “undetectable viral load,” which means that standard tests cannot find the virus in the infected individual’s blood stream. It is alleged that the virus cannot be spread through child birth from these individuals, and the sperm bank plans to put this theory to the test.

Damien Rule-Neal, a man who has been been HIV-positive since 1999, has donated sperm to the project. He believes that the project will convince people to engage in relations with those afflicted with HIV.

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“I have many friends who are also living with HIV who’ve gone on to have children,” Rule-Neal said.

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“Being able to help others on their journey is so rewarding, but I also want to show the world that life doesn’t stop post-diagnosis and help to remove the stigma,” he added.

The New Zealand Aids Foundation is spearheading this project, which is affiliated with Positive Women Inc. and Body Positive. Dr. Mark Thomas, an associate professor at Auckland University, is firmly behind this HIV-positive sperm bank as well.

“I’m glad to say that in this time there have been great changes in public understanding of HIV, but many people living with HIV still suffer from stigma,” said Thomas, who is also a doctor specializing in infectious diseases.

“Stigma can lead to inconsistent taking of medicines, and result in much less effective treatment of HIV, and risk of transmitting HIV. Fear of stigma and discrimination can stop people at risk from getting tested, and those living with HIV from accessing treatment and support,” he added.

This movement to make it easier for HIV-infected people to spread their bodily fluids to healthy individuals is not limited to New Zealand. So-called experts in the U.S. want criminal penalties to be lessened or removed for HIV-positive individuals who fail to tell their partners about their illness:

In many Midwest states it’s illegal for someone with HIV to have sex without telling partners about the illness. Some public health experts are pushing to change those laws.

Graig Cote has had HIV for 33 years, and he wants everyone to know it.

“I disclose to everybody,” he says. “I have my copper HIV ribbon on my neck. I wear my ‘silence equals death’ t-shirt. I’m a walking billboard.”

Cote does this very intentionally, because in Ohio he could get up to eight years in prison for failing to disclose his HIV status to a sexual partner – a crime categorized as felonious assault.

That law was added to the books in 1999 on the advice of law enforcement. More than 30 states have HIV criminalization laws; some require disclosure when sharing needles. And Ohio is one of the top enforcers, with 35 people charged over the last decade.

Public health experts are now pushing to end HIV criminalization, arguing that the threat of prison actually endangers public health.

“A lot has happened since 1999, and lawmakers don’t necessarily know that,” says Daphne Kackloudis, the chief public policy officer at Equitas Health.

Kackloudis is part of the Ohio Health Modernization Movement, a group working to change the law…

This past June, the American Medical Association called for the total repeal of HIV criminalization.

Kackloudis says her group isn’t going that far – it wants to reduce the charge from a felony to a misdemeanor.

Social justice insanity has created a public health nightmare as blind tolerance snuffs out what’s left of common sense throughout Western Civilization.

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Polish Election: National Conservative President Andrzej Duda Leads, Will Face Soros-Linked Liberal Challenger in Runoff

Poland’s President won the first round of the runoff.

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Poland’s national conservative President, Andrzej Duda, will face liberal Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski in a runoff election in July. Duda, of the Law and Justice Party, recieved a strong electoral plurality in the first round of elections, taking just under 44%. Trzaskowski recieved 30%, and will be the sole candidate competing against Duda in the runoff elections.

Trzaskowski favors further integrating Poland with the European Union, and has pitched his candidacy to global liberal western elites irritated by euroskeptic and nationalist sentiment in Poland. He’s attended the globalist Bilderberg Conference, and received a scholarship from the Soros Foundation in the early 90’s as a student.

Trzaskowski also led the movement within the country to resettle thousands of Middle Eastern refugees in Poland during the 2015 migrant crisis, a policy that was overturned after Duda took office that year.

Duda has campaigned on reforming the nation’s judiciary, resisting political imperatives from unelected European Union bureaucrats in Brussels(without calling for the Eastern European nation to leave the EU), and opposition to attempts to promote a western-style cultural agenda in Poland. Duda has spoken against the promotion of homosexual ideology in the country, comparing the previous generation’s experiences living under communism to the liberal agenda. “They didn’t fight for this so that a new ideology would appear that is even more destructive,” said Duda in a campaign rally earlier this month.

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Various other political parties competed in the first round elections, including other right-wing and conservative parties, who marshaled approximately 9% of the vote combined. If Duda can unite voters inclined to vote for parties to the right of Law and Justice, he stands a strong chance to cruise to an easy victory with more than 50% of the vote.

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