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This post was published on 27/05/08 in Ideology and HIV.

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  1. Comment by Chuck Bird, 27/05/08, 02:09:

    Elizabeth, almost total reliance on condoms is as ineffective as near total reliance on restricting sex to marriage and all homosexuals converting to heterosexuals.

    The best way to combat the spread of HIV is to educate the public about the true effectiveness of condoms in practice not in theory.

    Kindly show us the evidence that condoms are 98% effective in preventing the transfer of the HIV virus.

  2. Pingback by Clash of the Titans: Abstinence vs Condoms — peripheries, 03/07/08, 09:13:

    […] Elizabeth observed that “the most solid data we have suggest that by age 23, the early abstainers [in Uganda] had caught up with their peers in terms of infection rates” though at the time HIV rate plunged in Uganda, there was not many condoms around. […]

  3. Pingback by peripheries » Blog Archive » Clash of the Titans: Abstinence vs Condoms, 21/07/10, 04:17:

    […] Elizabeth observed that “the most solid data we have suggest that by age 23, the early abstainers [in Uganda] had caught up with their peers in terms of infection rates” though at the time HIV rate plunged in Uganda, there was not many condoms around. […]

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