The social experiment that “Men having Sex with Men” is an alternate lifestyle equivalent to that of heterosexuals appears to be a failure.
Thirty two years after the HIV epidemic was first identified among young MSM in American cities which had removed their buggery laws the disease is described as being “out of control” among MSM in France and the bad news continue to pour in as the Centers for Disease Control December 2012 report states :
HIV Infections by Route of Transmission
Men Who Have Sex with MenMen who have sex with men (MSM) remain the group most heavily affected by HIV in the United States. CDC estimates that MSM represent approximately 4 percent of the male population in the United States4 but male-to-male sex accounted for more than three-fourths (78 percent) of new HIV infections among men and nearly two-thirds (63 percent) of all new infections in 2010 (29,800). White MSM continue to represent the largest number of new HIV infections among MSM (11,200), followed closely by black MSM (10,600) and Hispanic MSM (6,700). The number of new infections among the youngest MSM (aged 13-24) increased 22 percent, from 7,200 infections in 2008 to 8,800 in 2010.