According to Dr Bob Cabaj, the former president of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, “bug chasers” (those who actively seek to contract HIV/AIDS) account for 10,000 of the 40,000 new cases of HIV in the United States every year. " I found the article tries was referring to: http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/features/in-search-of-death-20030206 The man quoted later said he was misquoted, but someone else said this in response to me: "But if Freeman and the RS fact-checker really completely FABRICATED the entire section attributed to Dr Cabaj , where is the lawsuit? It seems that Cabaj regretted the confession after the Rolling Stone piece got huge, and later lied and said he never quoted that because it opened the "LGBT community" to scrutiny he did not foresee. With the incredible amount of money, lobbies and organizations fags have to cover up their behavior, they would've sued and forced Rolling Stone to retract the story by now, but they stuck to their story with no counter from the fags saying it's exagerrating" How do I respond to this?
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