HIV Exploding Among Gay Men

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning that HIV infections among gay men is 'exploding' at an alarming rate.

"We are seeing exploding epidemics," warned Gottfried Hirnschall, who heads WHO's HIV department.

Hirnschall warns that infection rates are rising again among men who have sex with men -- the group that was at the epicentre of the AIDS pandemic when it first emerged in the 1980s.

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Rare case of female-to-female HIV transmission

The CDC is reporting a rare case of female-to-female HIV transmission. According to the CDC, a lesbian in Texas contracted HIV from her female partner.

The woman is believed to have been infected by her 43-year-old lesbian partner through "rough sex."

Cases of female-to-female HIV transmissions through lesbian sex are so rare that when it does happen, it makes headlines.

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Rod Daily

A 4th adult film star has been diagnosed with the virus that causes AIDS, The Washington Times reports.

But rather than halt filming, it's business as usual in the porn industry.

The 4th adult film star has not been identified, but he is a male who performed in gay films.

“I can confirm that a male performer came to us and indicated that he had become infected with HIV,” Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, told The Guardian newspaper.

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NBC Cancels The New Normal

NBC quietly canceled its groundbreaking gay sitcom "The New Normal" after just one season on Friday. The news was met with very little fanfare from the liberal media, which stood in stark contrast to the circus atmosphere hype surrounding the show's premiere on September 11, 2012.

The cancellation was among a long list of shows such as "Go On" and "Guys With Kids" which were also canceled Friday.

"The New Normal" was produced by Glee's Ryan Murphy, who sought to redefine the way families are portrayed on TV. Murphy arrogantly described TNN as "changing the face of television."

But not everyone jumped on the bandwagon. NBC affiliate KSL-TV in Utah made the decision not to run the program at all. “For our brand, this program simply feels inappropriate on several dimensions, especially during family viewing time,” said Jeff Simpson, CEO of KSL-TV’s parent company.

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HIV baby Once again the media runs with a headline without checking their facts. On Sunday researchers announced a newborn baby had been "cured" of HIV for the first time.

HIV is the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome or AIDS. The newborn girl acquired the infection from her mother while she was still in the womb.

Normally, pregnant women who test HIV positive are given a cocktail of drugs (antiretroviral therapy) to prevent HIV transmission to their fetus.

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