Dublin’s annual “Pride Parade” took place for the first time in two years, after the outbreak of Covid-19 lockdown brought a halt to such celebrations.
The parade went ahead without any health restrictions despite the World Health Organisation and the Centre for Disease Control warning that homosexual gatherings can act as super spreader events for monkeypox.
The CDC has already alerted gay and bisexual men that monkeypox appears to be spreading in the community globally and that, if at all possible, they should avoid group anal sex sessions.
Dr. John Brooks, a CDC official, emphasized that anyone can contract monkeypox through close personal contact regardless of sexual orientation. However, Dr. Brooks said many of the people affected globally so far are men who identify as gay or bisexual CNBC reported last month.
Dr. Brooks also cautioned that individuals need to be aware of the symptoms associated with monkeypox, particularly anal or genital lesions that can be confused with herpes or syphilis, a particularly virulent strain of the later is currently rampant in the community of men who sodomise men.
This year’s “Pride” celebrations sees a particular focus on the promotion of transgenderism, an ideology which many on social media claim is being increasingly foisted on children and due to popular culture, social contagion and Munchausen by Proxy is becoming increasingly popular.
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