France Removes All Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors, Ryan Field Books

 France Removes All Restrictions On Gay Blood Donors

Ever since the early days of AIDS, there have been restrictions placed on gay men who want to donate blood. There was a reason for these restrictions back then, but so much has changed in the last 40 years with AIDS and HIV these restrictions are not only outdated they are discriminatory. 

With that said, France has decided to do away with all restrictions on Gay Blood Donors. 

From 16 March, blood donation will be open to all French citizens regardless of their sexual orientation, health minister Olivier Véran said.

“We are putting an end to an inequality that was no longer justified,” Véran said on Twitter.

Here’s more. It’s about time. Several other European countries have already lifted bans on donating blood. From what I gather, gay men are still facing obstacles here in the US when trying to donate blood. Come on, US, do better. 

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