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lemonfoundation (user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 08/05/2013 tagged with health, hiv/aids , human rights, laws and leadership , armed forces +5
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Allied NATO Government is hiding millions of infectious NON HIV AIDS cases (like mine) under the "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)" ICD-code.

My case goes up through the White House, NIH, CDC, WHO, to the United Nations. I recently testified on a federal-level in Washington, DC, and have been published 12 times on 4 continents.

UK PROGRESSIVE published one of my letters about NON HIV AIDS. This topic has been censored from mainstream media since 1992 (i.e., circa Gulf War I).

www.ukprogressive.co.uk/the-aids-like-disease-seldom-mentioned/article20891.html

I hope that you will support this humanitarian issue, and spread-the-news too (e.g., write a story, add to your e*Newsletter and/or post on Facebook/Twitter).

In the fight for humanity,
k



My life with NON HIV AIDS (including my federal testimony):

www.cfsstraighttalk.blogspot.com


Or simply google "NON HIV AIDS"
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Stellan Karlsson (user currently living in SWEDEN) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 29/04/2013 tagged with at the work place, teaching lgbt rights in schools +0
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I'm a openly homosexual male, currently studying to become a teacher (ages 16-19) in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. I have been adviced by other students to not make my sexual orientation public in my profession.
I feel that teachers are seen as heterosexual until proven otherwise. Does that meen I need to go back into the closet as long as I'm a teacher? I want to be free to say things like: "I was discussing the topic of corrective eye surgery with my boyfriend last week and he told me that..." and not having it be a big deal (which it is as long as teachers are kept in the closet.
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Amanda (user currently living in SWEDEN) posted for lesbian bisexual intersex readers on 19/06/2011 tagged with health, hiv/aids
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Answerd the question of "Have you been denied medical treatment because of your sexual orientation?" - Have not been denied in such, but the staff and doctors had no knowlege of what to recomend as the best treatment sutiable for women who have sex with women.

September 2009, Sk책ne, Sweden
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Meow (user currently living in AUSTRALIA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers in response to this story on 05/10/2010 +0
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