Wednesday, April 29, 2015

South Africa Says It Will Start Giving HIV Victims ‘Mark’ Near Their Genitals

President Zuma signed a bill that seems to be one of the greatest steps in the history of trying to combat HIV.

From now on, every person who gets tested and is found to be HIV positive will not just get counselling and medication. They will also get a mark in form of a tattoo near their genitals according to the bill signed by the president.

Jacob Zuma after signing the bill said;

The mark is to protect those who can’t say no to sex. I mean if you can’t read between the lines you should read between the legs because that’s where the status would be tatted. The choice to be HIV positive is now in your hands or your genitals for that matter…. We also encourage those who had been living with the virus to go to the nearest public hospitals to get their status tatted in.

34 comments:

  1. Funny move. It is for the best anyway

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  2. So shine your eye as from now on. Look for the mark

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  3. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Na only my wife i no go use condom but the rest no follow....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  4. So read in between the legs as from now on

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  5. Yeses this is a wonderful idea, very creative. It will really do a lot to stop the spread. I hope it is taken up all over the world

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  6. So the choice is now in your genitals

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  7. Nigeria needs this

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  8. That idea isn't good enough cos it won't encourage pple to go for the test. Even when anyone has for instance,malaria,I'm very sure such person will be afraid of going to hospital for tx.

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  9. hahahahahahahahahahahahaha,i zon zieeeeeee

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  10. It’s good at least you will know the status of every one you get in contact with

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  11. They should give them marks in places where people can see dem

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    1. Haba,Stigmatization nko? Get it right that "some" of the Pple Living With HIV/AIDs were not infected through sexual intercourse .

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  12. Can this ever happen in Nigeria? Boys no go gree

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  13. Mtchews. How many infected people will they give the mark to? He had better face something else

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  14. Narrow escape to those who sleeps around

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  15. Yeye dey smell. Face the xenophobic issue first



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  16. Why not put the mark on their foreheads?
    This Zuma is something else.

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  17. we should implemelement this in NIGERIA too

    www.throughts.com

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  18. One out of three people is HIV positive in SA,,, useless mofos be doing xenophobic join.

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  19. Which mean sey before sex, make sure there is light to check out your partner. No more groping in the dark.

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  20. I find this funny, just funny. Next!

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  21. this is a really good idea, but there are obviously some people who will refuse to get marked...will they be forced to, furthermore will it not cause people to avoid getting tested. I agree with the idea, i just wonder how they are going to address the issue of people not wanting to comply.

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  22. very funny, this man is just hilarious. i bet no one will willingly agree to be tatted.

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  23. Sex is just one of the means of contracting AIDS. I think this move will not favour the fight against the spread of AIDS. It makes it seem as though it is only through sex one can get AIDS. Remember death as a result of HIV is in the mind, with the retroviral drugs an HIV Positive person can live for years. I think people would rather have HIV than Hypertension which is a silent killer. Just saying!!

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