It's a bit like senior officers waiting until their pension is safe before saying how the army, navy, police force is going to the dogs. Usually due to changes that occur during their tenure.I'll believe public stigma is on the way out when the first gay/bi/transgender, e.t.c premiership footballer "comes out", while still playing at that level. Saying it when long into retirement doesn't count, as bravery seems to increase the longer time goes on.
It's like that classic misconception that condoms stop everything, and then you end up with genital herpes.You do know that there's no such thing as safe sex, just safer sex don't you?
You would be pragmatic to borrow some cash of him sometime in the future.Good AIDS at the moment.
I work with a bloke who’s had it for 14-15 years.
I asked him how he gets on day to day.
“I take a massive cocktail of drugs every day. I have to go back every so often to have them changed as they become less effective. They just tinker until the balance is right. There’ll be a time when I’m immune to all the drugs on offer at the moment”.
I asked what happens then.
“I’ll die. I’ll probably get something like pneumonia or similar & that’ll kill me”.
All quite pragmatic.
Not likely to happen anytime soon, I think im right in saying there are no openly gay male players in the top four English and Scottish leagues.I'll believe public stigma is on the way out when the first gay/bi/transgender, e.t.c premiership footballer "comes out", while still playing at that level.
If I were the marrying kind,Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas has revealed that he is HIV positive.
Mr Thomas, who came out as gay in 2009, is thought to be the first UK sportsman to go public about living with the virus, and has revealed that he was driven to suicidal thoughts as a result of his diagnosis.
Ex-British Lions captain believed to be first UK sportsman to go public about living with viruswww.theguardian.com
He told the Sunday Mirror: “I’ve been living with this secret for years. I’ve felt shame and keeping such a big secret has taken its toll."
That’s bad news. At the end of the day, that’s a life gone, and a child growing up parentless. I hope all will come good for the nipper and the family.MrsRid's cousin snuffed it just after last Christmas.
Same thing - the drugs couldn't keep up.
Left a few months old baby - fortunately not HIV+.
Pretty damn grim all round.
Once you are on downhill slide, it is very swift.
I was torn between the 'Like', 'Funny', 'Informative' and 'Dirty Bastard' buttons.It's like that classic misconception that condoms stop everything, and then you end up with genital herpes.
I've often thought if being certified clean should be an everyday thing. "hey, your fit..got your red book and is it up to date?"
Failing all else, that's why you smash her in the ear. Still a hole, can hold a good amount of lube and compensates for size shortcomings.