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Friday, February 25, 2005

"It's condoms that are responsible for keeping the HIV rates stable in Uganda. Not abstinence."

I found this rather righteous blog post by way of an email from Theresa on some other emphatic post written there.

The way the article she refers to is written with its heavy-handed opening, one might conclude this.

Yet further down, the researcher even says, "'These findings do not mean that the heavy promotion of abstinence and monogamy should stop,' Wawer stressed. 'None of us would in any way denigrate or knock down the abstinence and monogamy message.'"

Yet the blogger chooses to do so anyway.

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