NIH Redistributed $400,000 to Study the Homosexual Experiences of Black Men and Boys
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) redistributed over $400,000 of your money to Johns Hopkins University to study the homosexual experiences of black men. This revelation has been reported on a few radio talk shows and a few blogs, but no one has reported on the details of the study and the conclusion(s) arrived at by the researchers at Johns Hopkins. The cash boondoggle by Johns Hopkins is pure cronyism based on the bureaucrats’ unfettered love for a university that is committed to the liberal agenda as it relates to Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Transgenders (LGBT). The federal government will never turn off the money spout to Johns Hopkins as long as it remains committed to the liberal agenda.
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I bet you are wondering what you received from Johns Hopkins for your money, right? Why is a study that examines the homosexual, “penetrative” encounters of black men in the black community necessary?
The bureaucrats at the NIH are perplexed as to why so many black homosexuals have unprotected sex. I know this keeps me awake at night. How can America survive when so many black homosexuals are having unprotected sex? Thanks to Johns Hopkins University we now know why black homosexuals are prone to risky sexual behavior, which means we can turn this franchise around. Drum roll, please! Researchers have concluded that “pressure to conform to masculine norms may fuel HIV risk among gay, black men.” Ta-dah!
The black community’s unwillingness to accept homosexuality as normal behavior is putting undue stress on black homosexuals, which leads them to make bad decisions. The following is a list of “fast facts” on the study:
- Young, gay, black men have a disproportionately high risk of acquiring HIV.
- Masculine norms and prescribed social behaviors in the black community create isolation and distress that fuel unhealthy behaviors, including unprotected sex and multiple partners.
- The findings of this study may offer one explanation for the high HIV infections rate in this population.
- Researchers say public health and physician-level interventions need to account for these cultural dynamics and tailor messages and counseling accordingly.
It is going to be virtually impossible to convince the black community to accept homosexuality as just another option. It is going to be even harder to convince the black community that the LGBT’s struggle to get same-sex marriage legalized across America is the equivalent of the civil rights struggle of black people in nineteen-sixties America. According to the Pew Research Center, black people, especially black people who attend church on a regular basis, are the least likely to accept homosexuality as normal behavior. In fact, 79 percent of black people view homosexuality as a sin. The liberal/homosexual agenda has yet to take hold in the black community.
The unwillingness of the black community to accept the liberal agenda on homosexuality has to be very discouraging to liberal politicians and fedgov bureaucrats. I predict, the federal government will redistribute more of your hard earned money in the form of grants to study not just why the black community is not accepting of homosexuality, but also how to get the black community to accept homosexuality. In the near future, the federal government will fund programs that are designed to break down religious and social barriers to homosexuality in the black community.
The issue of same-sex marriage and the absurdity of comparing the fight by gays and lesbians to get same-sex marriage legalized in every state to the civil rights struggle by black people has the potential to weaken the Democrats’ stronghold on the black vote. Liberal politicians are well aware that their acceptance of same-sex marriage is a potential deal breaker for black people, so they are going to pull out all the stops to protect their stronghold on the black vote. You can expect the Democrat to play the race card over and over during the 2016 presidential election campaign.
If you wish to read about the grants issued by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, you can find it under grant T32-HD052459. Johns Hopkins also received grant money from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services under grant T71MC08054.