I'm saying that what people take the statistics to MEAN is crap.
So male-to-male sex is the most common way to pass AIDS--so what? Female-to-Female sex is the LEAST common way to spread AIDS sexually. HIV/AIDS and Women | Topics | CDC HIV/AIDS
So two women should be able to get married before a man and a woman should, by those statistics?
Your statistics are crap because they only say the part you WANT them to say, not the whole story.
Perhaps if male/male relationships were more accepted by society, there would be more openness about homosexual relationships in general, and therefore more stable relationships among homosexuals, rather than clandestine sexual meetings and nothing more, which would cut down on the male-to-male AIDS transmission.
Statistics tell only PART of any story--and usually only the part that the person quoting the statistics wants to say.
Again--I gave you perfectly accurate statistics as well, about abortion. There's not a single abortion out there that was because of a gay marriage. Granted, the CDC is a respected scientific community, but can you really say that my statistics are inaccurate?
So--if my statistics are as accurate as the CDC's, then what does that say about statistics in general?
Basically--what the hell is your point? Should people with AIDS not be allowed to get married? Or just anyone that has had unprotected sex, therefore putting others at risk for any STD?
Or is it just gay men that can't get married, because somehow that thought sickens you, and you're hiding behind the AIDS argument because it's convenient?