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From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Early data shows monkeypox disproportionately affecting Black men

By Helena Oliviero, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
12 hours ago

Monkeypox in Georgia is infecting an overwhelming number of Black people compared to other races — a disproportionate effect not anticipated just a few weeks ago, new data from the Georgia Department of Public Health show.

Dr. Jonathan Colasanti, an infectious disease specialist, says it’s important people know the virus is most heavily affecting communities of color — and that those already infected have access to testing, treatment, and vaccines.

“A few weeks ago when this was circulating in Europe, this wasn’t even being talked about in our communities of color. And I think there was an initial perception that this was in, largely white communities and white, gay and MSM (men having sex with men) communities,” said Colasanti, who is also the medical director of Grady Memorial Hospital’s Ponce De Leon Center, a comprehensive program dedicated to serving those living with or affected by HIV.

“But I just want our folks here at home to know that that’s absolutely not the case. … And at this point in Atlanta, (monkeypox is) very heavily concentrated within communities of color, based on the early epidemiologic data we have.”

By Wednesday, confirmed cases in Georgia had climbed to 749 and includes eight women, according to DPH. The actual number is likely far higher.

Data from DPH, available for 74% of the cases, shows this racial breakdown: 82% Black people, 14% white, under 1% Asian; multiracial and “other” accounted for a total of about 3%. The total includes 6% Hispanic people.

The spread of monkeypox apparently is kind of like AIDS was: at first, white gays, by traveling more, spread it around a lot (e.g., the French Canadian flight attendant “Patient Zero”), but eventually black gays took the lead from sheer quantity.

… In Georgia, the overwhelming majority of cases are in metro Atlanta, but cases have been diagnosed in 25 counties outside metro Atlanta. Nearly 99% of the cases are among men, and the majority of the cases are among men who have sex with men, according to DPH.

My impression is that the term “men who have sex with men” that has elicited so much baffled comment among readers of monkeypox articles is a term long used by public health officials regarding AIDS and other venereal diseases to deal with black and Latino men who deny being gay but who will admit to partying with other men.

UPDATE: And from North Carolina, which is 22% black.

Yes, as Dr. Jetelina bravely points out, despite blacks getting a slightly higher percentage of monkeypox vaccines (24%) than blacks are of the population in North Carolina (22%), blacks make up 70% of the monkeypox cases. As she says, black gay men have to do better!

The North Carolina health department reports:

Aug 10, 2022

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today released a report of the state’s monkeypox data, including how many vaccines have been administered across the state since July. This data shows that while 70% of cases are in Black men, Black North Carolinians have received less than a quarter of the vaccinations so far.

North Carolina today is reporting 122 monkeypox cases — all in males and nearly all in men who have sex with men, consistent with findings from other states and countries.

The report analyzes case and vaccine demographic data as of Aug. 8, which includes 111 cases. The data shows 70% of cases are in Black/African American men and 19% in White men; however, only 24% of vaccines have gone to Black/AA recipients, while 67% have gone to White recipients.

Hopefully, the gay black men of North Carolina will take Dr. Jetelina’s advice to heart and realize they have to do better and not infect each other with monkeypox so ridiculously much until more can be vaccinated.

In other monkeypox news, from the Washington Post:

WHO asks people not to attack monkeys over monkeypox

By Jennifer Hassan
August 10, 2022 at 10:12 a.m. EDT

With cases of monkeypox surging around the world, it’s not a good time to be a monkey.

The primates have, in recent days, been physically attacked — and even killed — by poisoning and stoning attacks in Brazil, according to local media reports that cite police officials.

In the last week, at least 10 animals of the marmoset and capuchin types were found displaying signs of intoxication or aggression, leading to fears that they had been poisoned, according to Brazilian news site G1. Seven of the monkeys died, while the others are under observation at a zoo in São José do Rio Preto, a municipality in the state of São Paulo.

The assaults have led to the World Health Organization — which declared monkeypox a global health emergency last month — issuing a reminder that despite the virus’s name, monkeys should not be blamed for its transmission. …

Brazilian officials believe it is possible that the recent outbreak of the virus is driving anti-monkey sentiment and behavior, although they also noted that the “deliberate” attacks could also be linked to animal trafficking.

Following the attacks, environmental military police officers are patrolling the forest of Rio Preto to prevent attacks on the animals, local media reported, as the National Network to Combat Wildlife Trafficking blamed the “persecution” of monkeys and attacks on “a lack of information” in Brazilian society.

OK, I have to say that I’m dubious of this story. It sounds about as plausible as when we were told by the American media in early 2021 that the cases of blacks attacking elderly Chinese on the streets were due to Trump using the term “China virus” 9 months earlier. If somebody finds drunken monkeys, it would seem more likely that somebody else thought that giving alcohol to monkeys would be funny (which it probably was).

But who knows?

 
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  1. Probably because so many black/Latino men rightly conclude —as men throughout world history of all races have concluded –that engaging in degeneracy is not a one-way ticket. In world history, societies of all stripes have regarded homosexual behavior in men as a personal failing that can be cured through self-discipline and faith, like drunkenness or sloth, and not some kind of permanent “born this way and proud” b.s.

    Related:

    • Replies: @James Speaks
    @R.G. Camara

    Let’s shine the worst possible light on this. We can put the rest the notion that Negro men are after our white woman, but only if we accept that Negro men are after white men.

    Altogether … YUCK

    Replies: @Hannah Katz

    , @AceDeuce
    @R.G. Camara


    so many black/Latino men rightly conclude
     
    I don't think that I've ever used that combination of words in my entire life...
    , @Nico
    @R.G. Camara

    And yet my understanding is that blacks identify as LGBT+ with greater incidence than non-Hispanic whites. Not sure about Latinos but I imagine the identification is lower.

    I would agree that blacks and Latinos are somewhat less wont than NHWs to openly *celebrate* degeneracy (regardless of whether they actually act out the correlated vices), though the contrast in North America at any rate is nowhere near as sharp as it used to be.

  2. Epidemiologic and Clinical Characteristics of Monkeypox Cases — United States, May 17–July 22, 2022 (CDC)

    “Among 2,891 cases reported in the United States through July 22 by 43 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia (DC), CDC received case report forms for 1,195 (41%) cases by July 27. Among these, 99% of cases were among men; among men with available information, 94% reported male-to-male sexual or close intimate contact during the 3 weeks before symptom onset. Among the 88% of cases with available data, 41% were among non-Hispanic White (White) persons, 28% among Hispanic or Latino (Hispanic) persons, and 26% among non-Hispanic Black or African American (Black) persons.”

    • Replies: @notsaying
    @Anon7

    I think I had seen the stats here or something similar before so I was very surprised to see the people in Atlanta and Georgia were skewing so heavily black. Like other Southern states, I think Georgia did not take the expanded Medicaid and makes Medicaid very hard to get. So with that to discourage people from seeking medical care, nonetheless the percentage of blacks diagnosed is very very high.

    I wonder why and if things will stay that way?

    Replies: @Cutter

  3. You really can’t make anything up anymore.

  4. My impression is that the term “men who have sex with men” that has elicited so much baffled comment among readers of monkeypox articles is a term long used by public health officials regarding AIDS and other venereal diseases to deal with black and Latino men who deny being gay but who will admit to partying with other men.

    This is probably more common than we know and not just with blacks and Latinos. I re-watched the John Wayne Gacy Tapes documentary series on Netflix, which consisted of interviews with the investigating cops, prosecutors, and Gacy’s attorney as well as audio recordings of Gacy about his crimes. Gacy lived in Iowa as a married man with children when he was first convicted of anally raping the son of one of this Jaycees associates. He moved back to Illinois and remarried to a single mother but describes having had sex with her for the last time and telling her that he’d be having having sex only with men from that point forward.

    Gacy insisted that he wasn’t a “fag” and that he hated “fags” but talked openly about engaging in oral and anal sodomy with his victims and had gay literature and paraphernalia all over his home. He was so firm in his “I’m not a fag” belief that he thought appeals to law enforcement on the basis of his victims being “fags” who wouldn’t be missed would be persuasive in his efforts to escape charges for thirty plus murders.

    My conclusion is that there’s something about gay self-identification and its gradations that we’ll never really understand.

    • Replies: @Liger
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    I don't think it is hard to understand at all. Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture. Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don't necessarily identify as gay. Johns who patronize trans prostitutes probably don't see anything gay about their behavior either.

    As for JWG even the most evil of people will try to rationalize hat they do.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @JR Ewing

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    This "men who have sex with men" terminology is odd. Aside from the fact that "MWHSWM" is too long for the LGBTQ+++ list, it's a rejection of the chief sacrament of woke identity politics -- that your kink is "who you are" and not just "what you do."

    Replies: @MEH 0910

  5. OT: The capitalization, and lack of it, gets me every time. It’s like hitting white people in the head with a sledgehammer confirming their second class status. Yet white liberals don’t even blink.

    82% Black people, 14% white, under 1% Asian

    • Replies: @newrouter
    @Patrick in SC

    or use it:

    wHITE Solidarity

  6. What is a “man” anyway? Any word on whether trans-men are getting it?

  7. @R.G. Camara
    Probably because so many black/Latino men rightly conclude ---as men throughout world history of all races have concluded --that engaging in degeneracy is not a one-way ticket. In world history, societies of all stripes have regarded homosexual behavior in men as a personal failing that can be cured through self-discipline and faith, like drunkenness or sloth, and not some kind of permanent "born this way and proud" b.s.

    Related:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tsFFFA5-ro

    Replies: @James Speaks, @AceDeuce, @Nico

    Let’s shine the worst possible light on this. We can put the rest the notion that Negro men are after our white woman, but only if we accept that Negro men are after white men.

    Altogether … YUCK

    • Replies: @Hannah Katz
    @James Speaks

    It sounds pretty simple. Do not have intimate contact with gays or blacks. Tough pill for mud sharks to swallow, but true.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

  8. “Communities of color.” Yes, these freaks utter that phrase in total seriousness.

  9. @Patrick in SC
    OT: The capitalization, and lack of it, gets me every time. It's like hitting white people in the head with a sledgehammer confirming their second class status. Yet white liberals don't even blink.

    82% Black people, 14% white, under 1% Asian

     

    Replies: @newrouter

    or use it:

    wHITE Solidarity

  10. If somebody finds drunken monkeys, it would seem more likely that somebody else thought that giving alcohol to monkeys would be funny.

    Indeed. Some people think giving firearms to monkeys is funny(I have to say they have a point)

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @kaganovitch

    His aim is better than theirs.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

  11. It would be interesting to analyze the spread of monkeypox in the United States to see how male homosexual contagion permeates across geographical frontiers. The giant component and other sociometry terms being of some interest here. We could even estimate how many of them there are based on the analysis of the disease spread by them.

    • Replies: @ForeverCARealist
    @Trelane

    We already did that with aids in the 80's. Turns out they're not 10% of the population after all.

  12. but eventually black gays took the lead from sheer quantity.

    Sheer quantity of what? Frequency of sex? Number of partners? Number of black gays? What do black gays have more in quantity of?

  13. Just don’t end up like Tim Cavanaugh, Brazilians-
    “…going to the zoo on the day the monkeys burst into flames/ and getting questioned by the cops/ because they found anti-monkey literature in my car”.

  14. @Anon7
    Epidemiologic and Clinical Characteristics of Monkeypox Cases — United States, May 17–July 22, 2022 (CDC)

    "Among 2,891 cases reported in the United States through July 22 by 43 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia (DC), CDC received case report forms for 1,195 (41%) cases by July 27. Among these, 99% of cases were among men; among men with available information, 94% reported male-to-male sexual or close intimate contact during the 3 weeks before symptom onset. Among the 88% of cases with available data, 41% were among non-Hispanic White (White) persons, 28% among Hispanic or Latino (Hispanic) persons, and 26% among non-Hispanic Black or African American (Black) persons."

    Replies: @notsaying

    I think I had seen the stats here or something similar before so I was very surprised to see the people in Atlanta and Georgia were skewing so heavily black. Like other Southern states, I think Georgia did not take the expanded Medicaid and makes Medicaid very hard to get. So with that to discourage people from seeking medical care, nonetheless the percentage of blacks diagnosed is very very high.

    I wonder why and if things will stay that way?

    • Replies: @Cutter
    @notsaying

    Atlanta's a black gay Mecca. Has been for a while.

  15. Yo yo yo. It’s on the down low.

    Maybe Obama gonna git it cuz he on the down low too.

    • Agree: JR Ewing
  16. …”men who have sex with men”…

    Is this the new word for homosexual?

  17. It would seem there are a lot of Black men who wear their pants backwards in Atlanta.

    • LOL: Rob McX
  18. WHO asks people not to attack monkeys over monkeypox

    No this article is from the Onion. …
    Right?…

    • Replies: @SaneClownPosse
    @anon

    Babylon Bee?

    Replies: @epebble

  19. At this rate, will the name “monkeypox” last the summer?

    I notice no one’s bothered to put it in spellcheck.

  20. @anon

    WHO asks people not to attack monkeys over monkeypox
     
    No this article is from the Onion. ...
    Right?...

    Replies: @SaneClownPosse

    Babylon Bee?

    • Replies: @epebble
    @SaneClownPosse

    Sadly, it is real. Next time WHO should be careful after naming diseases after wild animals.

    Brazilians have started poisoning MONKEYS over misplaced fears that they are to blame for growing monkeypox outbreak

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11098669/Brazilians-poisoning-MONKEYS-misplaced-fears-blame-monkeypox-outbreak.html

  21. @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    My impression is that the term “men who have sex with men” that has elicited so much baffled comment among readers of monkeypox articles is a term long used by public health officials regarding AIDS and other venereal diseases to deal with black and Latino men who deny being gay but who will admit to partying with other men.
     
    This is probably more common than we know and not just with blacks and Latinos. I re-watched the John Wayne Gacy Tapes documentary series on Netflix, which consisted of interviews with the investigating cops, prosecutors, and Gacy's attorney as well as audio recordings of Gacy about his crimes. Gacy lived in Iowa as a married man with children when he was first convicted of anally raping the son of one of this Jaycees associates. He moved back to Illinois and remarried to a single mother but describes having had sex with her for the last time and telling her that he'd be having having sex only with men from that point forward.

    Gacy insisted that he wasn't a "fag" and that he hated "fags" but talked openly about engaging in oral and anal sodomy with his victims and had gay literature and paraphernalia all over his home. He was so firm in his "I'm not a fag" belief that he thought appeals to law enforcement on the basis of his victims being "fags" who wouldn't be missed would be persuasive in his efforts to escape charges for thirty plus murders.

    My conclusion is that there's something about gay self-identification and its gradations that we'll never really understand.

    Replies: @Liger, @Hypnotoad666

    I don’t think it is hard to understand at all. Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture. Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don’t necessarily identify as gay. Johns who patronize trans prostitutes probably don’t see anything gay about their behavior either.

    As for JWG even the most evil of people will try to rationalize hat they do.

    • LOL: Kylie
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Liger


    Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality
     
    emergency homosexuality? WTF.

    I could be trapped on an island for the rest of my life with a bunch of guys. I would be depressed as hell, long to see a woman, repent all my sins, maybe even just off myself... but i still wouldn't have the slightest desire to ... well you know.

    Replies: @Liger, @TWS

    , @AceDeuce
    @Liger


    Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don’t necessarily identify as gay.
     
    What on earth is "emergency homosexuality"--some new and even less comfortable form of CPR? In any event, thanks for not going into detail about it.
    , @JR Ewing
    @Liger


    Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture.
     
    This is the reason. Because a lot of these down low black men would say, "I'm not gay" and, given the high likelihood of a poor capacity for logic, conclude that MP isn't a risk to themselves. It makes sense. I agree with the public health establishment on this one narrow point. Lots of gay men don't think of themselves as gay.

    That said, most heterosexual men, especially white heterosexual men, adhere to a "one drop rule" for being homosexual.

    Back when "Brokeback Mountain" was a thing, the press was wetting itself explaining that despite their acting performances, Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger, "weren't actually gay". Welp... most normal men saw it completely differently. It's one thing to prance around on stage and not do anything else and claim to be a gay character, it's entirely another to flat out engage in sexual activity with another man and claim it was also just acting.

    It's very much like the "But if you fuck one sheep..." joke.

  22. Psst…

    Keep it on the Down Low.

    • Agree: JR Ewing
  23. @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    My impression is that the term “men who have sex with men” that has elicited so much baffled comment among readers of monkeypox articles is a term long used by public health officials regarding AIDS and other venereal diseases to deal with black and Latino men who deny being gay but who will admit to partying with other men.
     
    This is probably more common than we know and not just with blacks and Latinos. I re-watched the John Wayne Gacy Tapes documentary series on Netflix, which consisted of interviews with the investigating cops, prosecutors, and Gacy's attorney as well as audio recordings of Gacy about his crimes. Gacy lived in Iowa as a married man with children when he was first convicted of anally raping the son of one of this Jaycees associates. He moved back to Illinois and remarried to a single mother but describes having had sex with her for the last time and telling her that he'd be having having sex only with men from that point forward.

    Gacy insisted that he wasn't a "fag" and that he hated "fags" but talked openly about engaging in oral and anal sodomy with his victims and had gay literature and paraphernalia all over his home. He was so firm in his "I'm not a fag" belief that he thought appeals to law enforcement on the basis of his victims being "fags" who wouldn't be missed would be persuasive in his efforts to escape charges for thirty plus murders.

    My conclusion is that there's something about gay self-identification and its gradations that we'll never really understand.

    Replies: @Liger, @Hypnotoad666

    This “men who have sex with men” terminology is odd. Aside from the fact that “MWHSWM” is too long for the LGBTQ+++ list, it’s a rejection of the chief sacrament of woke identity politics — that your kink is “who you are” and not just “what you do.”

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Hypnotoad666


    This “men who have sex with men” terminology is odd.
     
    Could it be due to the new tranny jargon?

    https://twitter.com/ACLU/status/1196877415810813955
  24. The negro male population in DC has a 7% HIV positive rate. That’s higher than the overall HIV positive rate in Uganda.

  25. @R.G. Camara
    Probably because so many black/Latino men rightly conclude ---as men throughout world history of all races have concluded --that engaging in degeneracy is not a one-way ticket. In world history, societies of all stripes have regarded homosexual behavior in men as a personal failing that can be cured through self-discipline and faith, like drunkenness or sloth, and not some kind of permanent "born this way and proud" b.s.

    Related:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tsFFFA5-ro

    Replies: @James Speaks, @AceDeuce, @Nico

    so many black/Latino men rightly conclude

    I don’t think that I’ve ever used that combination of words in my entire life…

    • LOL: TWS
  26. By Wednesday, confirmed cases in Georgia had climbed to 749 and includes eight women, according to DPH. The actual number is likely far higher.

    I don’t doubt that most of these women are probably lowlife blacks with terminal “bad judgement in men” issues.

    But is it too much to ask for the queers to leave women the hell alone?

    We aren’t going to recriminalize homosexuality. (And we are probably decades away from figuring it out and just getting rid of it. Boy how nice that will be!)

    But how about criminalizing having “sex” with men and women?

    Pick a team.

    • Replies: @Unintended Consequence
    @AnotherDad

    Begs the question, are these women or transwomen or transmen?

  27. I hear that the FBI is introducing a new term for car thieves: people who steal cars from people.

  28. @Liger
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    I don't think it is hard to understand at all. Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture. Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don't necessarily identify as gay. Johns who patronize trans prostitutes probably don't see anything gay about their behavior either.

    As for JWG even the most evil of people will try to rationalize hat they do.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @JR Ewing

    Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality

    emergency homosexuality? WTF.

    I could be trapped on an island for the rest of my life with a bunch of guys. I would be depressed as hell, long to see a woman, repent all my sins, maybe even just off myself… but i still wouldn’t have the slightest desire to … well you know.

    • Replies: @Liger
    @AnotherDad

    It happens. Convicts don't always have the best impulse control. I'm sorry that I had to be the one to break you the bad news. Now please excuse me while I go off to my island to repent my sins and mourn your lost innocence (no homo).

    , @TWS
    @AnotherDad

    'Prison not Princeton' and 'gay for the stay, straight out the gate ' are old sayings for a reason.

    Prisoners aren't known for impulse control.

  29. WHO asks people not to attack monkeys over monkeypox

    I’m on board with WHO on this one.

    Monkeys are not the ones responsible for this epidemic.

  30. @kaganovitch
    If somebody finds drunken monkeys, it would seem more likely that somebody else thought that giving alcohol to monkeys would be funny.

    Indeed. Some people think giving firearms to monkeys is funny(I have to say they have a point)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxYmm5yCJBg

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    His aim is better than theirs.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Gary in Gramercy

    He wasn't taught to hold rifle sideways is why.

  31. @AnotherDad
    @Liger


    Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality
     
    emergency homosexuality? WTF.

    I could be trapped on an island for the rest of my life with a bunch of guys. I would be depressed as hell, long to see a woman, repent all my sins, maybe even just off myself... but i still wouldn't have the slightest desire to ... well you know.

    Replies: @Liger, @TWS

    It happens. Convicts don’t always have the best impulse control. I’m sorry that I had to be the one to break you the bad news. Now please excuse me while I go off to my island to repent my sins and mourn your lost innocence (no homo).

    • Troll: 3g4me
  32. @Liger
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    I don't think it is hard to understand at all. Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture. Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don't necessarily identify as gay. Johns who patronize trans prostitutes probably don't see anything gay about their behavior either.

    As for JWG even the most evil of people will try to rationalize hat they do.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @JR Ewing

    Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don’t necessarily identify as gay.

    What on earth is “emergency homosexuality”–some new and even less comfortable form of CPR? In any event, thanks for not going into detail about it.

  33. @AnotherDad

    By Wednesday, confirmed cases in Georgia had climbed to 749 and includes eight women, according to DPH. The actual number is likely far higher.
     
    I don't doubt that most of these women are probably lowlife blacks with terminal "bad judgement in men" issues.

    But is it too much to ask for the queers to leave women the hell alone?

    We aren't going to recriminalize homosexuality. (And we are probably decades away from figuring it out and just getting rid of it. Boy how nice that will be!)

    But how about criminalizing having "sex" with men and women?

    Pick a team.

    Replies: @Unintended Consequence

    Begs the question, are these women or transwomen or transmen?

  34. @Hypnotoad666
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    This "men who have sex with men" terminology is odd. Aside from the fact that "MWHSWM" is too long for the LGBTQ+++ list, it's a rejection of the chief sacrament of woke identity politics -- that your kink is "who you are" and not just "what you do."

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    This “men who have sex with men” terminology is odd.

    Could it be due to the new tranny jargon?

  35. I read this post by Steve in connection with some of the comments on the previous post, indicating that the United States is probably at or near “peak-Negro.” I don’t see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
    @Diversity Heretic


    I don’t see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.
     
    What about Whites? It's our freaking country. Founded by us, for us. If we sit back and let those other parasites fight our battles, how do we deserve to still live here?
    , @anon
    @Diversity Heretic


    I don’t see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.
     
    When the destruction of the White ethny has reached a point of sufficient completion, antiwhites will have no further use for blacks.
  36. It sounds about as plausible as when we were told by the American media in early 2021 that the cases of blacks attacking elderly Chinese on the streets were due to Trump using the term “China virus” 9 months earlier.

    It seems more likely that the whole ‘Stop Asian Hate Thing’ by middle and upper middle classes Asians and FoBs (Who stupidly couldn’t understand it was more to do with them not being black than specifically Asian and about class. The disproportionate attacks had more to do with the perceived meekness and weakness of Asians than hatred of them) pissed off ghetto black guys enough that they probably increased their attacks.

    People were plenty aware the virus originated from China.

    And because it may be an issue later, here are two recent review papers going over every virus with evidence for shedding and potential or confirmed spread through semen.

    From Ancient To Emerging Infections: The Odyssey of Viruses In The Male Genital Tract
    https://journals.physiology.org/doi/epdf/10.1152/physrev.00021.2019

    The Breadth of Viruses in Human Semen
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5652425/

    The PrEP era is upon us, monkeypox was seen as a hard to transmit virus which mostly spread within households following direct zoonotic transmission with these animal reservoirs necessary to keep the virus infecting humans since human to human transmission was so hard. It would flare up every now and then and burn out quickly.

    That’s also to a lesser degree how we currently think about viral hemorrhagic fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Lassa fever… But a whole cluster of cases of Ebola was apparently caused by a man who over a year after recovering and having no signs of the virus in his blood, infected a woman because he was still shedding it in his semen. And the evidence suggests Marburg and Lassa can also be transmitted this way.

    The ultimate surprise would probably be Rift Valley Fever since there is almost no evidence that it can be transmitted person to person through normal contact. Again it spreads through zoonosis and contamination of food. But it looks like the virus sheds in semen…

    And needless to say Monkeypox isn’t in either of these literature reviews, the unknown unknowns are still out there too.

    • Thanks: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Altai


    That’s also to a lesser degree how we currently think about viral hemorrhagic fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Lassa fever…

    ... But it looks like the virus sheds in semen…

    And needless to say Monkeypox isn’t in either of these literature reviews, the unknown unknowns are still out there too.
     
    Executive summary: The queers aren't done spreading exotic, deadly African diseases.

    And perhaps providing enough breeding ground to get a mutation to cause a deadly pandemic among normies too.

    And regardless ... you'll be paying and paying and paying and paying and it will be your fault.
    , @That Would Be Telling
    @Altai


    The PrEP era is upon us, monkeypox was seen as a hard to transmit virus which mostly spread within households following direct zoonotic transmission with these animal reservoirs necessary to keep the virus infecting humans since human to human transmission was so hard. It would flare up every now and then and burn out quickly.
     
    And for some reason, before this outbreak that human to human transmission was only seen in the Congo Basin clade, which is also believed to be significantly more lethal than the West African clade from which this outbreak started, ex-Nigeria.

    And there were plenty of opportunities for it in the 2003 US African rodent -> prairie dogs -> 71 humans outbreak where public health monitoring ... OK, whom am I kidding, I wouldn't want to bet on our US public health trash being better than many in Africa, although there's an additional hindrance if the WHO's description of the disease was correct in it happening in tropical forest parts of Africa, they may have implied not in cities but I might be reading too much into that.

    And besides "rich people playing games" I don't know much about that US outbreak or if household transmission would be likely to picked up vs. from prairie dogs living in the house, presumably in terrariums or maybe cages. And I don't know if we've got any deductions yet on if it's mutated into a slightly more transmissible variant; so far I'm taking all cases especially including pediatric as evidence of sexual transmission, which so far is consistent with almost all US public health trash reporting.
  37. @Gary in Gramercy
    @kaganovitch

    His aim is better than theirs.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    He wasn’t taught to hold rifle sideways is why.

    • LOL: fish
  38. Yesterday CNN had a banner headline below a discussion suggesting (something like) ‘CDC now focussing on universities to stop spread of moneypox.’ I assumed the virus had mutated into students breaking out in puss-filled emanations at the thought of ever earning above average income. Was I wrong?

  39. Jesus Steve, I’ve ‘partied with men’ but not the way you define it.

  40. Monkeypox, monkey box.

  41. The innumeracy of the chattering classes is one of the most frustrating things about virtually any media outlet these days – obviously a lot of reporters are just idiots that don’t stop to think but the complicity of editors in allowing the parroting of mathematically illiterate talking points go unchallenged is just exhibit #97,837 of how deliberately obtuse this supposed pillar of democracy is.

  42. @Liger
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    I don't think it is hard to understand at all. Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture. Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality don't necessarily identify as gay. Johns who patronize trans prostitutes probably don't see anything gay about their behavior either.

    As for JWG even the most evil of people will try to rationalize hat they do.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @AceDeuce, @JR Ewing

    Not everyone who engages in homosexual behavior feels afinity for gay culture.

    This is the reason. Because a lot of these down low black men would say, “I’m not gay” and, given the high likelihood of a poor capacity for logic, conclude that MP isn’t a risk to themselves. It makes sense. I agree with the public health establishment on this one narrow point. Lots of gay men don’t think of themselves as gay.

    That said, most heterosexual men, especially white heterosexual men, adhere to a “one drop rule” for being homosexual.

    Back when “Brokeback Mountain” was a thing, the press was wetting itself explaining that despite their acting performances, Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger, “weren’t actually gay”. Welp… most normal men saw it completely differently. It’s one thing to prance around on stage and not do anything else and claim to be a gay character, it’s entirely another to flat out engage in sexual activity with another man and claim it was also just acting.

    It’s very much like the “But if you fuck one sheep…” joke.

  43. It seems like only the day before yesterday that MSM stood for Main Stream Media. Now it’s the only accessible way to say homosexual.
    Oh, wait. I think I see the problem.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
    @Mr. Peabody

    Men Semenatin' Men

  44. @Trelane
    It would be interesting to analyze the spread of monkeypox in the United States to see how male homosexual contagion permeates across geographical frontiers. The giant component and other sociometry terms being of some interest here. We could even estimate how many of them there are based on the analysis of the disease spread by them.

    Replies: @ForeverCARealist

    We already did that with aids in the 80’s. Turns out they’re not 10% of the population after all.

  45. “If somebody finds drunken monkeys, it would seem more likely that somebody else thought that giving alcohol to monkeys would be funny (which it probably was).”

    They say that when hummingbird sugar water gets cloudy, it’s fermented and should be changed, but the hummingbirds seem to love it cloudy. They ignore the feeder with fresh nectar until it clouds again, then buzz over and get drunk as tiny lords. Then they start bar fights when there’s half a dozen drinking stations. Silly birds.

    • Agree: Cool Daddy Jimbo
  46. Would be funny if Obama caught Monkeypox. You know it’ll happen.

    • Replies: @That Would Be Telling
    @Wokechoke


    Would be funny if Obama caught Monkeypox. You know it’ll happen.
     
    Nah, he's old enough to have gotten the old fashioned smallpox vaccination, might have even gotten a booster before living in Indonesia for a while as a kid. This type is only "guaranteed" for 3-5 years, but it's clear in many ways a lot of people have a degree of lasting immunity.
  47. @James Speaks
    @R.G. Camara

    Let’s shine the worst possible light on this. We can put the rest the notion that Negro men are after our white woman, but only if we accept that Negro men are after white men.

    Altogether … YUCK

    Replies: @Hannah Katz

    It sounds pretty simple. Do not have intimate contact with gays or blacks. Tough pill for mud sharks to swallow, but true.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Hannah Katz


    It sounds pretty simple. Do not have intimate contact with gays or blacks. Tough pill for mud sharks to swallow, but true.
     
    Good hygenie--discrimination and borders--is the key component of living a civilized life, of civilization itself.
  48. More proof, as if we needed it, that the sexual predilections of blacks and gays makes them virtual disease factories.

    We need separation from the former and to put a firm thumb on the latter.

  49. @notsaying
    @Anon7

    I think I had seen the stats here or something similar before so I was very surprised to see the people in Atlanta and Georgia were skewing so heavily black. Like other Southern states, I think Georgia did not take the expanded Medicaid and makes Medicaid very hard to get. So with that to discourage people from seeking medical care, nonetheless the percentage of blacks diagnosed is very very high.

    I wonder why and if things will stay that way?

    Replies: @Cutter

    Atlanta’s a black gay Mecca. Has been for a while.

  50. Years ago I read an article in Jet (a black magazine) lamenting that 75% of black men had engaged in homosexual behavior. The 70% of infections in NC kind of confirms that.

    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @Rich


    Years ago I read an article in Jet (a black magazine) lamenting that 75% of black men had engaged in homosexual behavior. The 70% of infections in NC kind of confirms that.
     
    No it's pretty similar to the crime stats.

    If you assume "all else is equal"--which it is certainly not--then just population wise:

    (NC 22% black)

    (70/22) / (30/78) ~ 8.

    That would suggest black men about 8x as queer. (16%) But this is extremely unlikely. More likely is
    -- more partners
    -- more risky behavior (much high time preference)
    -- more untreated VDs
    -- poorer overall health
    -- poorer health care--not going and getting the smallpox vax

    Could also be black NC homos tend to stay local, while white homos more likely to leave for DC, NYC, SF, etc.

    Replies: @Rich

  51. @AnotherDad
    @Liger


    Prisoners engaging in emergency homosexuality
     
    emergency homosexuality? WTF.

    I could be trapped on an island for the rest of my life with a bunch of guys. I would be depressed as hell, long to see a woman, repent all my sins, maybe even just off myself... but i still wouldn't have the slightest desire to ... well you know.

    Replies: @Liger, @TWS

    ‘Prison not Princeton’ and ‘gay for the stay, straight out the gate ‘ are old sayings for a reason.

    Prisoners aren’t known for impulse control.

  52. @SaneClownPosse
    @anon

    Babylon Bee?

    Replies: @epebble

    Sadly, it is real. Next time WHO should be careful after naming diseases after wild animals.

    Brazilians have started poisoning MONKEYS over misplaced fears that they are to blame for growing monkeypox outbreak

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11098669/Brazilians-poisoning-MONKEYS-misplaced-fears-blame-monkeypox-outbreak.html

  53. @Mr. Peabody
    It seems like only the day before yesterday that MSM stood for Main Stream Media. Now it's the only accessible way to say homosexual.
    Oh, wait. I think I see the problem.

    Replies: @ThreeCranes

    Men Semenatin’ Men

  54. Well something exploded
    When the monkey got loaded
    And we went out on the town
    The monkey got so drunk
    He started getting funky
    It was hard to hold the poor boy down
    He did the boogaloo, the shoogaloo,
    The Eskimo, the Hindu
    He even made the teenage queen
    Oh the joint started leaping
    Everybody was a-freaking
    The greatest show they’d ever seen
    Then someone started screaming
    And I woke up from my dreaming
    Tried to get myself realigned
    But it’s all right
    And it all comes easy
    When you got a monkey on your mind

    —Boz Scaggs, “Monkey Time”

  55. @Altai

    It sounds about as plausible as when we were told by the American media in early 2021 that the cases of blacks attacking elderly Chinese on the streets were due to Trump using the term “China virus” 9 months earlier.
     
    It seems more likely that the whole 'Stop Asian Hate Thing' by middle and upper middle classes Asians and FoBs (Who stupidly couldn't understand it was more to do with them not being black than specifically Asian and about class. The disproportionate attacks had more to do with the perceived meekness and weakness of Asians than hatred of them) pissed off ghetto black guys enough that they probably increased their attacks.

    People were plenty aware the virus originated from China.

    And because it may be an issue later, here are two recent review papers going over every virus with evidence for shedding and potential or confirmed spread through semen.

    From Ancient To Emerging Infections: The Odyssey of Viruses In The Male Genital Tract
    https://journals.physiology.org/doi/epdf/10.1152/physrev.00021.2019

    The Breadth of Viruses in Human Semen
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5652425/

    The PrEP era is upon us, monkeypox was seen as a hard to transmit virus which mostly spread within households following direct zoonotic transmission with these animal reservoirs necessary to keep the virus infecting humans since human to human transmission was so hard. It would flare up every now and then and burn out quickly.

    That's also to a lesser degree how we currently think about viral hemorrhagic fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Lassa fever... But a whole cluster of cases of Ebola was apparently caused by a man who over a year after recovering and having no signs of the virus in his blood, infected a woman because he was still shedding it in his semen. And the evidence suggests Marburg and Lassa can also be transmitted this way.

    The ultimate surprise would probably be Rift Valley Fever since there is almost no evidence that it can be transmitted person to person through normal contact. Again it spreads through zoonosis and contamination of food. But it looks like the virus sheds in semen...

    And needless to say Monkeypox isn't in either of these literature reviews, the unknown unknowns are still out there too.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @That Would Be Telling

    That’s also to a lesser degree how we currently think about viral hemorrhagic fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Lassa fever…

    … But it looks like the virus sheds in semen…

    And needless to say Monkeypox isn’t in either of these literature reviews, the unknown unknowns are still out there too.

    Executive summary: The queers aren’t done spreading exotic, deadly African diseases.

    And perhaps providing enough breeding ground to get a mutation to cause a deadly pandemic among normies too.

    And regardless … you’ll be paying and paying and paying and paying and it will be your fault.

  56. @Hannah Katz
    @James Speaks

    It sounds pretty simple. Do not have intimate contact with gays or blacks. Tough pill for mud sharks to swallow, but true.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    It sounds pretty simple. Do not have intimate contact with gays or blacks. Tough pill for mud sharks to swallow, but true.

    Good hygenie–discrimination and borders–is the key component of living a civilized life, of civilization itself.

  57. Looks like monkeypox is common among those who are on HIV treatment…

  58. @Rich
    Years ago I read an article in Jet (a black magazine) lamenting that 75% of black men had engaged in homosexual behavior. The 70% of infections in NC kind of confirms that.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Years ago I read an article in Jet (a black magazine) lamenting that 75% of black men had engaged in homosexual behavior. The 70% of infections in NC kind of confirms that.

    No it’s pretty similar to the crime stats.

    If you assume “all else is equal”–which it is certainly not–then just population wise:

    (NC 22% black)

    (70/22) / (30/78) ~ 8.

    That would suggest black men about 8x as queer. (16%) But this is extremely unlikely. More likely is
    — more partners
    — more risky behavior (much high time preference)
    — more untreated VDs
    — poorer overall health
    — poorer health care–not going and getting the smallpox vax

    Could also be black NC homos tend to stay local, while white homos more likely to leave for DC, NYC, SF, etc.

    • Replies: @Rich
    @AnotherDad

    Why do you think it's unlikely that blacks are 8x as likely to engage in homosexual acts? I'm betting you haven't spent a lot of time around them. The article I read was lamenting the fact that black women have such a hard time finding black partners and one of the reasons is their homosexual proclivities (the other was high incarceration rates). The article was written by a black for a black audience. Probably true.

  59. @Altai

    It sounds about as plausible as when we were told by the American media in early 2021 that the cases of blacks attacking elderly Chinese on the streets were due to Trump using the term “China virus” 9 months earlier.
     
    It seems more likely that the whole 'Stop Asian Hate Thing' by middle and upper middle classes Asians and FoBs (Who stupidly couldn't understand it was more to do with them not being black than specifically Asian and about class. The disproportionate attacks had more to do with the perceived meekness and weakness of Asians than hatred of them) pissed off ghetto black guys enough that they probably increased their attacks.

    People were plenty aware the virus originated from China.

    And because it may be an issue later, here are two recent review papers going over every virus with evidence for shedding and potential or confirmed spread through semen.

    From Ancient To Emerging Infections: The Odyssey of Viruses In The Male Genital Tract
    https://journals.physiology.org/doi/epdf/10.1152/physrev.00021.2019

    The Breadth of Viruses in Human Semen
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5652425/

    The PrEP era is upon us, monkeypox was seen as a hard to transmit virus which mostly spread within households following direct zoonotic transmission with these animal reservoirs necessary to keep the virus infecting humans since human to human transmission was so hard. It would flare up every now and then and burn out quickly.

    That's also to a lesser degree how we currently think about viral hemorrhagic fevers like Ebola, Marburg, Lassa fever... But a whole cluster of cases of Ebola was apparently caused by a man who over a year after recovering and having no signs of the virus in his blood, infected a woman because he was still shedding it in his semen. And the evidence suggests Marburg and Lassa can also be transmitted this way.

    The ultimate surprise would probably be Rift Valley Fever since there is almost no evidence that it can be transmitted person to person through normal contact. Again it spreads through zoonosis and contamination of food. But it looks like the virus sheds in semen...

    And needless to say Monkeypox isn't in either of these literature reviews, the unknown unknowns are still out there too.

    Replies: @AnotherDad, @That Would Be Telling

    The PrEP era is upon us, monkeypox was seen as a hard to transmit virus which mostly spread within households following direct zoonotic transmission with these animal reservoirs necessary to keep the virus infecting humans since human to human transmission was so hard. It would flare up every now and then and burn out quickly.

    And for some reason, before this outbreak that human to human transmission was only seen in the Congo Basin clade, which is also believed to be significantly more lethal than the West African clade from which this outbreak started, ex-Nigeria.

    And there were plenty of opportunities for it in the 2003 US African rodent -> prairie dogs -> 71 humans outbreak where public health monitoring … OK, whom am I kidding, I wouldn’t want to bet on our US public health trash being better than many in Africa, although there’s an additional hindrance if the WHO’s description of the disease was correct in it happening in tropical forest parts of Africa, they may have implied not in cities but I might be reading too much into that.

    And besides “rich people playing games” I don’t know much about that US outbreak or if household transmission would be likely to picked up vs. from prairie dogs living in the house, presumably in terrariums or maybe cages. And I don’t know if we’ve got any deductions yet on if it’s mutated into a slightly more transmissible variant; so far I’m taking all cases especially including pediatric as evidence of sexual transmission, which so far is consistent with almost all US public health trash reporting.

  60. @Wokechoke
    Would be funny if Obama caught Monkeypox. You know it’ll happen.

    Replies: @That Would Be Telling

    Would be funny if Obama caught Monkeypox. You know it’ll happen.

    Nah, he’s old enough to have gotten the old fashioned smallpox vaccination, might have even gotten a booster before living in Indonesia for a while as a kid. This type is only “guaranteed” for 3-5 years, but it’s clear in many ways a lot of people have a degree of lasting immunity.

  61. Finally!

    Some

    Good

    News!

  62. BLM is trans (LGBTQ+) and Monkey Pox affects “men who have sex with other men.” It’s affects Blacks disproportionately. Are they (Black Men) predominately Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer disproportionately? When did that happen? Has it always been?

  63. “A few weeks ago when this was circulating in Europe…

    I seem to remember monkeypox originating in Africa.

    …the recent outbreak of the virus is driving anti-monkey sentiment and behavior…

    Sounds like a hate crime.

  64. @AnotherDad
    @Rich


    Years ago I read an article in Jet (a black magazine) lamenting that 75% of black men had engaged in homosexual behavior. The 70% of infections in NC kind of confirms that.
     
    No it's pretty similar to the crime stats.

    If you assume "all else is equal"--which it is certainly not--then just population wise:

    (NC 22% black)

    (70/22) / (30/78) ~ 8.

    That would suggest black men about 8x as queer. (16%) But this is extremely unlikely. More likely is
    -- more partners
    -- more risky behavior (much high time preference)
    -- more untreated VDs
    -- poorer overall health
    -- poorer health care--not going and getting the smallpox vax

    Could also be black NC homos tend to stay local, while white homos more likely to leave for DC, NYC, SF, etc.

    Replies: @Rich

    Why do you think it’s unlikely that blacks are 8x as likely to engage in homosexual acts? I’m betting you haven’t spent a lot of time around them. The article I read was lamenting the fact that black women have such a hard time finding black partners and one of the reasons is their homosexual proclivities (the other was high incarceration rates). The article was written by a black for a black audience. Probably true.

  65. IIRC, Phillippe Rushton pointed out about 25 years ago in Chronicles that collating data from Africa, the Caribbean, and the United States, it’s a reasonable inference that HIV is more transmissible among negroid populations than among caucasoid population and especially among mongoloid populations. Does anyone know to what extent the research literature on AIDS ever explored this question?

  66. Are early monkeypox lesions less visible on darker skin early in the infection? That could make a difference in whether someone infects himself.

    It would not surprise me a bit if HUMPIN-D (HUman MonkeyPox Infectious Novel Disease) gets a toehold in jails and prisons, it could spread like wildfire. Likely, condoms are only somewhat effective in blocking transmission. That wouldn’t matter much, because prisons don’t offer condoms.

    I heard an NPR interview of a bisexual former NFL player. He’s a writer now and was quite well-spoken. It made me wonder for the nth time whether male bisexuality is more common in blacks. Some, maybe most cultures have some fluidity in sexual norms. When teens/young adults have very little access to the other sex, there is a lot of what you might call opportunistic homosexuality. In lots of African traditional cultures, males (men and boys over five or so) and females (plus very young boys) live very separate lives. To the extent that men sleep in separate huts and their wives bring them meals.

    It’s widely accepted that the Greco-Roman (Meditteranean) world had a fair amount of same-sex sex, but penetrative partners were not considered un-masculine, but “bottoms” had very low social status. The “third gender” aspect of “bottoms” was somewhat similar to modern gayness. It was an identity, a social role. Being a top was not considered unmanly, nor was it an identity. Men were expected to father children. Extracurricular activity was “on the down low.”

    [MORE]

    I know people seem to think that gay men getting married and having kids is hard for some people (Greg Cochran comes to mind) to accept that gay men do that. They want to please their parents. They want to compete with their peers. There’s no reason to think they would not want children just like straight people. Men and women had different social and economic roles.

    There are other reasons to think gays used to have more kids than they do now. Remember at the beginning/middle of gay liberation? Men with wives and kids would be all, “oh, I’m gay!” get divorced and start dating dudes. Happened all the time. Dudes who had a lot of notches on their bedposts would come out so often that it was something of a joke.

    Assuming that homosexuality is somewhat heritable, there’s a really good reason to think the people who are gay today would have had kids in the past. Genes that caused homosexual desire but also did not reduce the average number of offspring would do better than “sterilizing” gay genes. There are gay people, therefore the genes that cause homosexuality probably didn’t stop the people they created from having kids.

    Here’s one way that gay genes might have done well. Let’s say that the way your society runs, if you get caught having sex with a married woman, then both of you (and any illegitimate kids) are executed/murdered by the wronged husband. Maybe there are some “gay genes” that did not stop possessors from doing socially expected things, getting married, and raising kids, but the gay-ish men don’t have extramarital affairs (with women) they put more effort in “dadding” than “cadding.”

    There could be other genes that cause homosexuality today that in homophobic/homorepressive cultures that they formed stronger male-male alliances than other men. Maybe they could form subcultures of reciprocal reciprocity more easily than men who were not so drawn to other men.

    • Thanks: That Would Be Telling
  67. @Diversity Heretic
    I read this post by Steve in connection with some of the comments on the previous post, indicating that the United States is probably at or near "peak-Negro." I don't see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @anon

    I don’t see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.

    What about Whites? It’s our freaking country. Founded by us, for us. If we sit back and let those other parasites fight our battles, how do we deserve to still live here?

  68. @Diversity Heretic
    I read this post by Steve in connection with some of the comments on the previous post, indicating that the United States is probably at or near "peak-Negro." I don't see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.

    Replies: @AceDeuce, @anon

    I don’t see Hispanics or Asians tolerating this level of black dysfunction for much longer.

    When the destruction of the White ethny has reached a point of sufficient completion, antiwhites will have no further use for blacks.

  69. According to the redoubtable Ms Nass, the monkeypox vaccine doesn’t work either. No point stopping the anal sex orgies to wait for the vaccine then. Hump on lads.

    https://anthraxvaccine.blogspot.com/2022/

  70. A lot of blacks are gay on the downlow.

  71. There must be a disproportionate amount of homos in the black community. Either that or they’re actually boning monkeys.

  72. @R.G. Camara
    Probably because so many black/Latino men rightly conclude ---as men throughout world history of all races have concluded --that engaging in degeneracy is not a one-way ticket. In world history, societies of all stripes have regarded homosexual behavior in men as a personal failing that can be cured through self-discipline and faith, like drunkenness or sloth, and not some kind of permanent "born this way and proud" b.s.

    Related:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0tsFFFA5-ro

    Replies: @James Speaks, @AceDeuce, @Nico

    And yet my understanding is that blacks identify as LGBT+ with greater incidence than non-Hispanic whites. Not sure about Latinos but I imagine the identification is lower.

    I would agree that blacks and Latinos are somewhat less wont than NHWs to openly *celebrate* degeneracy (regardless of whether they actually act out the correlated vices), though the contrast in North America at any rate is nowhere near as sharp as it used to be.

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