The incorrect statement was: unless this person is gay or shares needles his chances of having HIV are virtually zero anyway.
That is a false statement. In 2011 in the US there were over 13,000 newly diagnosed heterosexual transmissions.
I totally agree with you,I was just stating the higher risk groups & the statistics back up the facts.
A risk is a risk doesn't matter what your sexual preferences are.. HIV does not have a blind eye on sexual preferences.
Statistic from the CDC--61% of new HIV infections are from MSM,53% of all HIV infections in the USA are MSM,that doesn't include bisexuals,The majority of deaths caused by AIDS related illnesses are MSM.It's a fact & people need to start accepting this.
No you have nothing to worry about as i explained to you in my first response.
Statistics from HIV Aids council Australia,''of the 25,000+ people living in Australia with HIV 82% are men who have sex with men,10% hetro sexual community,8% iv drug users''.How is my statement incorrect??
That's not what I asked. I know I have a phobia that's why I'm here
You need to seek professional mental help for your phobias.
Do you think I should worry???
unless this person is gay or shares needles his chances of having HIV are virtually zero anyway
TOTALLY INCORRECT STATEMENT..
Yes they do but it's not as common as the other groups i just mentioned.
Hi Railover, don't hetrosexual males get infected too?
No risk at all,saliva destroys HIV cells therefore there is no risk of infection,one last fact,unless this person is gay or shares needles his chances of having HIV are virtually zero anyway.Hope this info has helped.