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Thanks to years of hard work by LGBT activists, people in certain corners of the world feel more comfortable about coming out than ever before.
A recent survey found that 43 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds don’t identify as gay or straight; while another piece of research has suggested that women are never heterosexual, only gay or bisexual.
Some groups in favor of lifting the restrictions support a waiting period after the blood is donated when the donor is considered to have had behavior considered higher risk, and before it is used, to match the blood bank's window of testing methods.
Depending on the testing method used, the window to detect HIV can be as short as 9 to 14 days (RNA testing), or as long as three months (serology testing method). Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is to defer any male donor who has had sex with another man (MSM) in the past year. The argument used to follow these policies is that blood should be collected from a population that is at low risk for disease, since the tests are not perfect and human error may lead to infected units not being properly discarded, and these population groups would be considered a high risk.
Are these two factors — racism in dating and the HIV crisis — related? A 2014 study shows among black men who have sex with men, 45 percent of sexual encounters were with other black men.
The researchers who identified that unusually high number didn't explore what caused it. These men are dating within a smaller social network, the researchers concluded, which leads to a higher statistical likelihood of contracting the virus.
Research has found that men who are bisexual - and feel comfortable being out - are better in bed - and the relationship develops - more caring long-term partners and fathers.
Some women who took part in an Australian study even said they would never be able to go back to dating straight men at all.
Once it became clear that HIV and AIDS were not “gay-only” diseases, prevention efforts targeted dangerous behavior rather than people.
Restrictions on donors are sometimes called "deferrals", since blood donors who are found ineligible may be found eligible at a later date.
Many deferrals are indefinite, however, meaning that these blood donors may or may not be accepted at any point in the future.
The restrictions vary from country to country, and in many cases, men are deferred even though they always have protected sex or have not had sex with men for many years.
The restrictions affect these men, and, in some cases, any female sex partners.
Bisexual men have long been saddled with a 'down low' mythology and an enduring stigma that makes women fear them as a source of HIV infection.