Yale Prof: Telling Gay Men to Stop Having Sex With Strangers to Halt Monkeypox Spread is UntenableChris Menahan
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"You can take our freedoms but you'll never take our bathhouses."
Gregg Gonsalves is an associate professor at Yale School of Public Health and a public health correspondent at The Nation, according to his Wikipedia.
Remember how Fauci said go ahead and use Grindr for hookups during the start of the covid pandemic?
"If you want to go a little bit more intimate, well, then that's your choice regarding a risk," Fauci said.
This monkeypox outbreak is a perfect opportunity for Fauci to start hitting up the gay bathhouses again like he did in the 1980s to "investigate."
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