You can’t help but suspect that for sexual deviants, perversion is an end in itself. The more depraved something is, the more it titillates. That would explain why nothing unwholesome puts them off, no matter how disgusting or unhealthy. It would explain this:
Experts have warned about a new craze in which men are secretly seeking and spreading HIV.
The reckless practice, known as bug chasing, started in the US as a bizarre means of getting a sexual high from risk-taking.
Now, according to one man who willingly caught the virus, hundreds of men in the UK are introducing themselves on online forums, Facebook groups and Twitter.
Many then meet up and try to transmit the potentially life-threatening virus, which attacks the immune system weakening the body’s ability to fight disease.
This can result in full-blown AIDS, a lethal and horrific disease. However,
Some bug-chasers actually claim the virus gives them a better quality of life because of the medication they subsequently have to take.
…and that others have to pay for, either through higher insurance rates or higher taxes.
Nick, 30, an admin worker from the Midlands [central England], said: “I feel fit as a fiddle. I feel full of energy and healthier as a result of being on my medication.
“I get my liver function tests every three months, my cholesterol tested regularly and I get loads of general health checks so if there are any underlying conditions I know straight away. Even better, I get it all on the NHS.”
Isn’t socialized medicine marvelous? Meanwhile, normal people drink the water out of flower vases so as not to die of thirst in understaffed British hospitals.
The pseudonymous Nick had unprotected sex with over 1,000 men before acquiring the virus, and 20 men since.
“I have faced a lot of vitriol on my blog,” he said. “But I just think that as it’s between two consenting adults, it’s no one else’s business.”
Right. Every degenerate being treated for HIV costs British taxpayers on average £10,000 ($12,228) per year.
On a tip from Bodhisattva.