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Most of you may not realize this, but according to the New York Times, horny gay men, who participate in wild sex orgies with random strangers, actually saved society as we know it.

That’s right: the NYT says the queens of group sex protected the world from a horrific Monkeypox outbreak by engaging in fewer wild orgies. Never mind that their deviant sexual practices are what spread the disease to begin with, that’s not the point, they saved the world and you better be thankful, bigot.

Sadly, not everyone got the memo, though. According to the CDC, almost 90% of Monkeypox-related deaths in the United States were among black men, and nearly all had weakened immune systems from already having HIV.


From May 2022 to March 2023, 30,235 people in the U.S. were diagnosed with mpox, previously known as monkeypox. Thirty-eight deaths were linked to mpox; 36 of them were men, and 33 were Black men. The average age of those who died was 34.

And what about cases of dogs and children being infected? Once those stories came out, Monkeypox just sort of slithered away.


Two cases of monkeypox have been identified in children in the United States, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.

The two cases are unrelated and probably the result of household transmission, the CDC said.

One case is a toddler who is a resident of California. The other is an infant who is not a US resident. Public health officials are investigating how the children were infected.

This dog story is rather disturbing.


The first possible case of human-to-dog transmission of monkeypox – recently reported in two men and their pet in Paris – had been a theoretical risk up till now, said Dr. Rosamund Lewis, technical lead on the monkeypox response for the World Health Organization.

The men, who live together and are in a non-exclusive relationship, were diagnosed with monkeypox at a hospital in Paris in early June. Twelve days after their symptoms started, their 4-year-old Italian greyhound also started showing symptoms, according to a report published last week in the journal The Lancet.

The dog developed lesions and tested positive for the same type of monkeypox as one of the owners.

The Times piece doesn’t get into the dogs and kids stuff, but instead claims health officials and journalists dropped the ball, but thankfully, according to them, brave and stoic gays picked it up and carried it through to victory:

But while health officials and journalists hesitated, gay and bi men sprang into action. Young men with lesions covering their faces took to social and mainstream media, telling the public that they were dealing with “the worst pain I’ve experienced in my life” and, perhaps the most telling, “I’d rather have Covid.” Benjamin Ryan, a gay journalist, and Carlton Thomas, a gay doctor, risked cancellation — e.g., being yelled at on Twitter — to dish out what Dr. Thomas referred to as “tough love” advice for their community: Slam the brakes on sex outside of committed relationships; seek immediate medical care for symptoms; and get vaccinated as soon as possible.

And the gay community listened.

Instead of simply expecting a community to step up and do the right thing to slow the spread of a disease that they’re actually spreading, the New York Times is now handing out trophies because some gay men “cut back” on group sex parties.

These brave heroes only attended 3 orgies a week, instead of 9. Thank you American heroes for your sacrifice and service!

But that’s not all. The accolades and awards from the NYT keep flowing:

Gay party promoters canceled long-planned events and individual gay men temporarily deleted hookup apps from their phones and reduced their sexual contacts. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention verified these shifts in behavior, reporting that half of gay men surveyed reduced their number of sex partners, one-time sexual encounters and use of dating apps during the outbreak. And gay and bi men got vaccinated in droves; two-thirds of those surveyed by the Pew Research Center in September 2022 reported that they had already received an mpox vaccine or were planning to do so. Gay and bi men endured frustrating attempts to secure appointments for the crucial first dose of the two-dose series and hourslong waits at pop-up vaccination sites. Of the over one million doses of the Jynneos vaccine (protective against smallpox and mpox) administered in the United States since June 2022, more than 90 percent were given to men (presumably gay and bisexual men).

Here’s what people online are saying about this selfless sacrifice from the gay community:

It’s an overused term at this point, but ‘clown world’ really applies here…

“weird how they couldn’t do that to save their own lives during HIV outbreaks in the 80s”

“Remember when dogs and children were getting it?”

“How Al Qaida saved the life of President Bush by diverting its planes towards the trade centers instead of the white house.”

“I remember when reports started coming out that children and dogs were getting it, and then suddenly it disappeared from the news.”

“Cutting back on orgies. The sacrifice they make for normies. Brings a tear to my eyes.”

“When you see one on the street, thank them for their service and their sacrifice.”

Yes indeed, clearly, these men are doing the Lord’s work….


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