It’s official: Abstaining from sex is the most effective way of halting the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
Now that actual college professors have endorsed the idea, will it catch on? Maybe, maybe not. Says Will Nutland, head of homosexual men’s promotion for the Terrence Higgins Trust in the UK, “I take the idea of promoting monogamy with a large pinch of salt. What has worked in Uganda doesn’t necessarily translate to London.”
Translated: “We refuse to admit that living according to Christian morality is healthier than a string of one-nighters.”