Thursday, 29 June 2017
NATIONAL AIDS COUNCIL BLAME GAME
We hav been reading in the media that the National AIDS Council regional Manager Tangoh has blamed families and care centres for the infection of gays, lesbians, transsexuals and bisexuals.
But the fact is that many gay and transsexual boys in Papua New Guinea have sex with expatriate gay men. If these boys become HIV positive it is because gay men do not use condoms and do not care for the boys. They have become gay sex fodder.
Tangoh is playing a blame game and trying to push responsibility to families and care groups. There is always strict secrecy among gays and lesbians about their lifestyles and sex with transsexual and gay PNG boys.
Obviously Tangoh has arrived on the AIDS care scene seeking to divert blame away from expatriate and national gay men.