Of plural societies, secular stupidity, depravity and disease.


“Thinking  themselves  wise  they  became  fools”  –  Saul  of  Tarsus

“Fools  rush in where wise men never go” 

Secularism  is nothing  if  not incoherent and  plural  societies  cannot  afford  to  embrace, stupidity, depravity  and disease  in the name  of  “tolerance”  and  “diversity”  as  secular  incoherents  are  demanding.


Those  who  follow  secularism  appear  to believe  that  they  can create  their own reality.

 Hence, secularists  think  that by  saying:

male  + male  =  male  + female 

the consequences  of  having  these  two  different types  of  union will  be  the same.

The  data  clearly demonstrate  that  this  is  not  so  but  unable  to  learn  they  keep pushing  for  social  embrace  of   oxymorons  such  as : same-sex  marriage, marriage  equality, Men who  have  Sex  with Men.  The  reality  is , whatever intimate  activities   two  or  more  men do  with  each other  it  cannot  be  sex  so  the correct  term  is Men who  are  Intimate with Men(MIM).  Similarly  there  can be  no  same  sex  marriage as  marriage  is  between  a  man and  a woman.

 The brutal facts  are  that  talking  nonsense  and  acting  foolishly   does  not  lead  to  positive  outcomes;  reality  remains   reality and  HIV  and  other  STIs continue  essentially unabated  among  MIM  ………..  but  are  secularists  learning ?

Can secularists  learn   or are  they  blinded  by  ideology ? 


 The  Hard  Cell Playroom  describes  some  of  the  activities  secular  sexual  anarchists engage in.


Scat / Things to know

Also known in personal ads and internet profiles as:

  • brown
  • dirty (as in ‘into dirty’)
  • scatology.

Hanky code

Brown worn:

  • on the left (wants to dump on you)
  • on the right (wants to be dumped on).

What is scat?

Scat involves playing with shit, smearing it on your or his body, and sometimes eating it. It can also mean just getting off on seeing another guy dump his load.

Farming’ is taking shit from public toilets to play with.

What’s the attraction?

Taboos around cleanliness couldn’t be more powerfully broken by shit play: it’s everything we’ve been told not to do since childhood.

Men can be drawn to scat precisely because it provokes such a strong negative reaction in others. Lovers of scat might get a kick from stepping over what for most people is the line between what’s OK and what’s too extreme. Scat is perhaps the ultimate in sex without limits or inhibitions.

Privately we’re often fascinated by our own bowel movements and excrement. Scat lets men explore and share this interest and enjoy a special bond with other lovers of shit.

For scat fans shit can excite all the senses with its warmth, texture, smell, colour and possibly taste. Just like contact with the intimate body fluids of cum, spit or piss, sex involving shit can be a sign of intense closeness as someone is offering something that’s come from deep inside them. And in an intense power play scene, nothing is more symbolic of degradation, humiliation and control than exposure to faeces.




Number of gay men catching HIV has doubled in 20 years because new drugs have ‘encouraged unsafe sex’

  • Between 1990 and 2010 there was a 26 per cent increase in the number of men having unprotected sex
  • Cases of HIV rose by 76 per cent in this period
  • Experts say introduction of effective drugs is to blame


PUBLISHED: 23:01 GMT, 15 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:31 GMT, 16 February 201

The number of gay men catching HIV has almost doubled in 20 years because new drugs have encouraged unsafe sex, new research shows.

Between 1990 and 2010, cases rose by 76 per cent due to fewer people using condoms. Experts say this is due to the introduction of antiretroviral drugs that are effective in treating the disease.

During this time there was a 26 per cent increase in the proportion having unprotected sex, according to the study.

The number of gay men catching HIV has almost doubled in 20 years because new drugs have encouraged unsafe sexThe number of gay men catching HIV has almost doubled in 20 years because new drugs have encouraged unsafe sex

Professor Andrew Phillips, of University College London, said: ‘We created a model reconstructing the HIV epidemic in men who have sex with men in the UK.

‘In doing so, we were able to explore the interplay between HIV testing rates, antiretroviral (ART) treatment and sexual behaviour on HIV transmission and incidence.

‘By better understanding the driving forces behind the trends we have seen in the past, it will allow us to make informed choices to reduce new HIV infections in the future.’

But the findings, published in the journal PLOS ONE, suggest the increase in infections would have been 68 per cent greater without the introduction of ART in the same period, and 400 per cent more if condom use among men who have sex with other men had ceased entirely from the year 2000 onwards.

Dr Valerie Delpech, head of HIV surveillance at the Health Protection Agency, said: ‘Our research provides important evidence to support current UK public health recommendations on expanded HIV testing and higher levels of ART coverage, to reduce new infections among men who have sex with men.

But the findings also suggest infections would have been 68 per cent greater without the introduction of antiretroval drugs But the findings also suggest infections would have been 68 per cent greater without the introduction of antiretroval drugs

‘However, we see it is also vital condom use education continues as not only does this have a strong limiting effect on the HIV epidemic, but only a modest increase in unprotected sex is enough to erode the benefits of other interventions.’

Exploring other scenarios, the research found cases would have reduced by 25 per cent if HIV testing levels had been higher, by 32 per cent if ART had been prescribed at diagnosis or by 62 per cent if both interventions had been combined.

Effective ART therapy reduces how infectious peple with HIV are, lowering the risk of transmission.

Dr Delpech added: ‘Everyone should use a condom when having sex with new or casual partners, until all partners have had a sexual health screen.

‘We also encourage men who have sex with men to get an HIV and STI screen at least annually, and every three months if having condomless sex with new or casual partners – and clinicians to take every opportunity to recommend HIV testing to this group.

‘Through combining earlier and more frequent HIV testing, programmes that reduce unsafe sexual behaviour and higher levels of ART coverage for those requiring it, we could substantially reduce HIV transmission in this group.’



Transgender Women 49 Times More Likely To Have HIV, Study Says

The Huffington Post  |  By Posted: 04/02/2013 4:41 pm EDT


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Transgender women were 49 times more likely to have HIV compared to a reference population, according to a new study on transgender women and HIV.

Led by Dr. Stefan Baral, director of the key populations programs in the Center for Public Health and Human Rights at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, a team of researchers conducted a review and meta-analysis of studies assessing HIV infection among transgender women in 15 countries over the span of about a decade and compared it to adults of similar reproductive age in those populations.

Data were only available in countries “with male-predominant HIV epidemics,” including six Asia-Pacific countries, five Latin American countries, three European countries and the United States.

“The odds ratio for being infected with HIV in transgender women compared with all adults of reproductive age across the 15 countries was 48·8,” the researchers state in their findings.

“This is part of a series we’ve been doing on under-served populations,” Baral told The Huffington Post in an phone interview. Of the other populations the team has studied — including female sex workers and men who have sex with men (MSM) — transgender women were the least likely to be studied, yet they had the highest HIV rates by far.

Transgender women have been largely left out of the HIV narrative, or they have been incorrectly lumped into other categories, such as gay men, or men who have sex with men, Baral told HuffPost. As a result, many transgender women don’t participate in studies, even if given a chance.

“It doesn’t seem like it’s been a priority for global funding entities to care about the needs of transgender communities,” Baral said.

At the same time, treatment programs that attempt to lump transgender women in with men who have sex with men may not take into account trans-specific risk factors. For example, transgender women are almost always the receptive partner in anal intercourse, according to Baral, and a lack of resources for hormone treatments may lead to sharing dirty needles.

The results of the review show that HIV has long been hidden or misclassified for transgender women, and many “continue to endure stigma and discrimination, and can feel socially isolated and [marginalized by society],” according to the study’s authors. In turn, this stigmatization and isolation puts trans women at risk for myriad other risks, including depression, sexual abuse, suicide and sexually transmitted diseases.

The study found that while the nature of gender identities varies from country to country, the complexity of identity and the prevalence of stigma is universal,regardless of wealth or region.

“Never mind LGBT equality. There has been very little movement toward trans equality [in the U.S.],” Baral said. “Stigma is universal, how it plays out is universal; that to some extend is one of these emerging messages.”

Going forward, Baral said he hopes health care providers and advocates will improve the way they target transgender populations and tailor treatment systems and support networks.

There are signs that at least in the United States, some people are beginning to realize changes need to be made. In 2011, for example, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported it was “developing an HIV-related behavioral survey to monitor current HIV-related risk behaviors and prevention experiences among transgender women.”

“People think if you provide services that’s enough,” Baral said. “You have to be providing, but you also need people to actually seek out those services and use them.”

The study was published in the March 2013 edition of The Lancet Infectious Diseasesjournal.

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