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No. Only a minority of gay men have AIDS.
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The answer should be no. however there are degrees in men themselves in tolerating homosexuality. There are homophobic men who do have a phobia "a strong fear" from homosexua…lity and could not by any means tolerate it. There are tolerant man who deal well with homosexuals and treat them as normal individuals. the third type is a the type of man who is demanding more and more and who is sexual by nature, he is straight but won't say no if a homosexual intercourse is proposed at him. Exept those three, there are homosexuals.
It in fact is not strictly homosexual men that aquire HIV/AIDS. The virus can be transfirred to anyone through the exchange of bodily fluids such as semen, blood, and breast m…ilk. Practicing safe sex whether you are heterosexual or homosexual every time you have sex is a good way of protecting yourself from the virus. I would suggest educating yourself through talking to your doctor or someone in the healthcare field.
Anyone can contract the HIV virus, not just gay men. However, unprotected anal sex is the type of sex where the virus is most easily spread whether it be between 2 men or man …and woman.
The same way that straight people develop AIDS: having unprotected sex with multiple sexual partners and being infected with HIV. The same way straight men get aids, sex
Gay people are said to get AIDS faster than straight people because they are thought to change sexual partners more often; so a gay person can get aids as easily as a straight… person if they change sexual partners with same frequency.
Some researchers believe that all humans are inherently bisexual, so yes, you could say that "all men are gay in a way".
Yes, always assuming the man can bring himself to actually penetrate...
No all men are not gay, but they are sexual and under the right conditions they may have a gay sexual relationship. That doesn't mean they are then gay. Young men often experi…ment, men in prison may find sexual outlets with other men. Being "gay" would indicate a man having sexual attractions to only men. It is more correct to ask if all men are bisexual to one degree or another.
Straight people get AIDS and HIV much more often than gay people.
No, this is simply a stereotype and generalisation. The only way to conclusively determine someone's sexual orientation is if the person tells you. Whilst many gay men display… these stereotypical qualities, they are inconclusive and cannot be used to definitively determine if a person is gay.
AIDS is believed to have entered the human population sometime inthe early 20th Century, but it didn't become an epidemic among gaymen until about 1980.