During the 1990s, the AIDS virus infection cycle was slowed down by more than 55% according to a Gallop study thanks to educational and awareness programs taught in schools and low income communities across the US.
Today, gay chat lines such as Hardline and InteractiveMale are increasingly popular among gay teenagers in the US and Canada. At the Kingdom Hospital, we’ve treated more than 30 HIV+ homosexual males only in the last year. There is an increasingly alarming rate of young men reporting contracting the HIV virus from someone they met through the internet or through one of the countless free chat lines available on the internet.
Most of these kids thing that the HIV virus is not something they should worry about
Medical examiner Liza Parks explains that most subjects reported using just minimal protection while engaging in a sexual act. “Most of these kids thing that the HIV virus is not something they should worry about”. When asked to comment, 19 year old Stuart Geller, a homosexual teenager from Houston Texas said – “people calling chatlines dont know they have the virus”. “I never meant to infect anyone” he remarked. Stuart might be facing some jail time as he is being sued by the city of Houston as well as by 17 other men with whom Stuart engaged in reckless sexual acts.
The group also tried to sue GuySpy, the gay chatline which was used by Geller to contact other gay men. GuySpy, a Telligence brand, however clearly states in their greeting they assume no responsibility for personal meetings, so the chatline was found not guilty by the County State Attorney.