"Ultimately we are an organization that does not discriminate; many of us know people who are gay, lesbian and transgender. They are our aunts and uncles, nephews and nieces, friends, co-workers and neighbors,” Romeo Sosa said.
The laws, most of which were enacted before medical advances made it possible to vastly reduce the risk of transmission, not only do little to reduce risky behavior but may actually discourage people from getting tested and learning their HIV status.
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