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Monkeypox Patient Says He Caught Virus After Having Gay Sex With “Around 10 New Partners”

Following deportation from Dubai for testing positive for HIV.

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Monkeypox Patient Says He Caught Virus After Having Gay Sex With “Around 10 New Partners”

Following deportation from Dubai for testing positive for HIV.

The first monkeypox patient to go public revealed that he caught the virus from having gay sex with “around 10 new partners” after being deported from Dubai for testing positive for HIV.

Lovely stuff.

35-year-old James M. spoke to the media after complaining that health officials in the UK still haven’t contacted him despite him being diagnosed with monkeypox over two weeks ago.

After returning to London, James continued to suffer from “really weird aches in his lower back, exhaustion, extreme thirst and pain when he used the toilet.”

An article in the Daily Mail reveals that the homosexual man caught the virus “after sleeping with around 10 new partners in the weeks before his symptoms started.”

James said he was “having a good time” after returning to the UK following his deportation from Dubai, where being gay is illegal, for testing positive for HIV in February.

Early outbreaks of monkeypox originated at a gay sauna in Spain and a fetish festival in Belgium. The virus has largely infected gay and bisexual men who had sex with other men.

“One would think that asking gay men to stop having sex with dozens of random strangers to prevent the spread of this virus would be a wise decision in the interest of public health,” writes Chris Menahan.

In reality, although some experts in the UK told gay men who think they might have symptoms to refrain from sex, others have asserted that telling homosexuals not to copulate is homophobic.

Despite the World Health Organization warning that summer festivals and other mass gatherings could accelerate the spread of monkeypox, the WHO’s Andy Seale said gay pride parades should go ahead as normal despite the fact that the virus can be spread by close contact.

“It’s important that people who want to go out and celebrate gay pride, LGBTQ+ pride, to continue to go and plan to do so,” said Seale.

“Most of these events–the official events–are outdoors, they’re family-friendly,” Seale added. “We don’t see any real reason to be concerned about the enhanced likelihood of transmission in those contexts.”

The NHS in the UK has also posted a message on its website urging people to not touch or consume ‘bush meat’, which is available on the black market in ethnically diverse areas of London and can cause the spread of monkeypox.

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