Why Is Saying Monkeypox Is a Disease Primarily Suffered by the Homosexual Community a Problem?

Our society is suffering from an uncommon disease. It’s not Monkeypox or COVID-19. It is refusing to accept the truth, even though it’s right there in front of your face.

For a time, you couldn’t say the vaccines didn’t work. You couldn’t even discuss how other medications might help your COVID-19 infection along. You can’t call a man a man when he thinks he’s a woman. You can’t even call a recession a recession.

Although we don’t know much about monkeypox, it is a disease that primarily affects the homosexual community.

These facts are true.
A study published by The New England Journal of Medicine reveals that the monkeypox virus spreads across the country. However, only 98 percent of the infected are gay or bisexual.

Between April 27th-20th 2022, 528 cases of infection were reported in 43 locations across 16 countries. 75% of the infected were White. 41% of those infected were human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) carriers. The median age of the infected was 38. 95% were sexually active.

Only 2% of cases are outside the gay community.

Monkeypox is described as a venereal illness. President Joe Biden said that everyone should be worried and California declared an emergency in order to address additional monkeypox fears.

Why is it allowed?

They want to scare people into thinking that more government oversight is required for all things, just like the time of a pandemic.

Even this is only a small step. The venereal disease will soon spread to the gay community. People who advocated closing down streets would be mocked. While I can understand why Democrats would want to see a pandemic again, it is not what they want.

You don’t have to worry about monkeypox if you’re not going to have homosexual relations with the gay community.