He says California lawmakers should not lower the penalty for people who knowingly expose a sex partner to HIV, the report says. In his estimation, knowingly exposing a partner is the same as handing them a death sentence and should be treated as a felony, not a misdemeanor.
He cites a preposterous hypothetical example of a woman possibly wanting to mess “the whole football team up” by knowingly infecting them. He also believes we can’t allow a “down low man” to go around “poking at these beautiful women” unprotected. You can watch the full video below.
And this is coming from an HIV activist? A true advocate would know that an HIV-positive status is no longer a death sentence, thanks to medical breakthroughs and research.
Eazy-E, a member of the seminal rap group NWA, died in 1995 of complications from AIDS.
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