Gays suffer disproportionately in Africa's HIV/AIDS crisis

07/21/2009 | NYTimes.com · TIME (subscription required)

Africa's intolerance toward gays translates into limited access and treatment, social scorn and official harassment that combine to drive elevated infection HIV/AIDS rates. A study of African men published in The Lancet shows that transmission rates are 10 times higher for gay men than other adult males.

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