The left says yes to the Covid lockdown, no to stopping gay orgies

Like many people, I have lost a loved one to Covid-19. My grandmother was visiting family a few weeks before she got sick to show off her new husband, her fifth husband. She is kind, shy and I am the happiest when I see her. She greeted my husband and I with a smile and an enthusiastic hug. At the age of 80, he never let anything stop him, but he never expected the power of the government.

When they both tested positive, they were separated. He spent the next week alone, isolated from his family. Covid rules locked her in her room, she was scared and crying to see her family for the last time. He passed before he had a chance. Further Covid regulations prevented his funeral from taking place. I started making a quilt for her, but I couldn’t finish it in time. All he could think of were pictures of elderly couples separated by plastic walls wanting to hug each other.

However, for two years, we were all told that these cultural and family traditions were selfish and dangerous. As Paul Krugman mockingly lectured in the New York Times in 2020, “What they call ‘freedom’ is really a lack of responsibility. In a pandemic, rational policy is to take responsibility. The main reason you don’t go to a bar and wear a mask isn’t self-defense, but it’s part of it; the main thing is that noise, gathering in crowded places or releasing droplets into the general air endanger others. This is what the American right hates, hates to hear.”

This week’s Joel Mathis, citing an unnamed woman, said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., urged people to stay home, saying, “‘I’m going to do what I want to do’ – it could get people killed.” He continued: “His understanding of ‘America’ means doing what you want, even if it hurts your neighbors. He is not alone in believing that the vital idea of ​​this country is freedom from any responsibility towards our compatriots.

With so much emphasis on the importance of personal sacrifice for the greater good, you’d think the left would take a new, highly contagious disease more seriously. Instead, when monkeypox reached American shores, the left decided that the rules no longer applied to them. 1,000 health professionals have decided that anonymous sex and fetish parades are more important to LGBT people than public safety, just as Black Lives Matter protests demanded at the height of Covid.

California State Senator. Scott Wiener is known for reducing criminal penalties for intentionally infecting others with HIV and advocating that 24-year-old adults be excluded from the list of those who sexually exploit a 14-year-old. was announced, “Sexual shaming of gay men around monkeypox. We saw HIV again in the 1980s. Teaching people not to have sex is not a public health strategy. It didn’t stop HIV—it made it worse—and it won’t stop monkeypox. This is vaccination, testing and education.

She is happy to encourage her fellow San Francisco residents to ignore the consequences of public sexual exploitation was announced“Amazing @SFAIDS finds guidance on monkeypox and fun. We can reduce risk and keep having fun. Closing baths in the 1980s didn’t reduce HIV. It was an epic mistake and pushed people into the shadows. Let’s not make the same mistake with MPX.”

Jack Turban, assistant professor of child psychiatry at UC San Francisco, he emphasized, “Monkeypox has serious physical symptoms, but we also need to focus on the mental health impact of the #queer community. Being gay is a healthy and normal aspect of human diversity. Sex is a healthy and normal part of life. As we fight the virus Be proud of your community.” Unfortunately, too many gay men are intent on maintaining their self-esteem by prioritizing “fun.”

As reported by the Daily Caller, the popular OnlyFans user, who has 98,000 followers on his growing Twitter account, wondered how far it could all go. At a time when monkeypox was rampant in the gay men’s community, he decided to participate in two orgies in one weekend – having sex with at least 20 and upwards of 40 men – hooking up with three more strangers the same evening and enjoying four. – Until he found out the next day that he had contracted the disease. If this sounds like an extreme example, keep in mind that the festival organized by the AIDS Foundation of San Francisco is described as “High Alley” where you can get your fill of hot hairy daddies, hungry pigs, BDSM. Babies and all kinds. Ducie has some hot tips for a worry-free, fun and dirty weekend.

There is no hint of self-knowledge, You. Wiener took a breath August 1, “Monkeypox is an emergency and we must use every tool we have to control it. I’m so grateful to @GavinNewsom for recognizing the profile we face and declaring it an emergency. This will help expand vaccination, testing and other health care strategies. New England The Journal of Medicine found that 98 percent of the cases were in gay and bisexual men.The World Health Organization urged gay and bisexual men to limit their sexual partners to stop the rapid spread.

Despite the above claims that 95 percent of sexual phobia cases are activism-related, LGBT people have moved from insisting that the disease is not a “gay disease” to protesting stigma and homophobia, and the government’s failure to specifically protect gay people. people because of fanaticism. CNN quoted Equality California’s Samuel Garrett-Pate as saying, “We’ve already faced epidemics and pandemic crises that have disproportionately affected our communities, and unfortunately public health organizations, starting with the CDC and the FDA, haven’t moved fast enough.” or failed to create the conditions for this epidemic and public health crisis with the urgency they require.

During the Covid pandemic, everyone is expected to cover up, lock down, stay at home and wear masks, making huge sacrifices for their families and careers. Police have raided Orthodox Jewish homes to stop services, pastors have been arrested for church services, funerals have been denied, and the media, particularly LGBT media, has ridiculed people for dying from Covid. Viner himself reprimanded the members, accusing the people of being murderers and a danger to society Congress for not wearing masks.

Nevertheless, the most basic expectations of self-governance and personal responsibility are rampant homophobic bigotry. This two-tiered system can have serious consequences beyond its prevalence among gay male populations. According to the CDC, monkeypox is spread through close skin-to-skin contact and through the exchange of bodily fluids, as well as fluids from open wounds left on dirty clothing and surfaces. As gays spread the virus among their population at an astonishing rate, the chances of it escaping into the everyday world through close contact in stores, on crowded streets, or on buses increases.

We shut down the world for an undetectable virus, it’s a complete coincidence. It is not too much to ask for the “mental health” and “self-respect” of homosexuals to stop participating in orgies and public sexual activities and continue to “enjoy”. This time, truly selfish behavior threatens the rest of us, and we should not be ashamed to speak out against it.

Chad Felix Greene is a senior contributor to The Federalist. He is the author of the Smart Gay: Essays and Arguments series and a social writer focusing on truth in the media, conservative ideas and goals, and true equality under the law. You can follow him on Twitter @chadfelixg.

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