WHO Recommends Gay Men Have Limited Partners To Stop the Spread of Monkeypox, Ryan Field Books

 WHO Recommends Gay Men Have Limited Partners To Stop the Spread of Monkeypox

When I was first starting to have sex in the 90s all gay men were trained to have safe sex. At least most of us were. We knew that if we didn’t practice safe sex we could die. There were no effective HIV meds yet. We also knew there were specific ways to get AIDS. 

We paid attention, we listened, and many of us are still alive today because of safe sex. 

Fast forward to the year 2022 when PrEP has basically allowed gay men to go back to normal and not worry about safe sex anymore. But the truth about PrEP is that it only prevents us from getting HIV. There are a host of other diseases we can still get, one of which is now called Monkeypox. 

The World Health Organization on Wednesday recommended that gay and bisexual men limit their number of sexual partners to protect themselves from monkeypox and help slow transmission of the rapidly spreading virus.

Here’s more. They go into more detail about Monkeypox and how it’s spread. But the emphasis of this piece is for gay men to stop being promiscuous. And it’s a slippery slope because no one wants the stigma of Monkeypox to fall upon gay men.


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