For a long time the sodomite agenda has not had specifics given about the rates of HIV among genital mutilators and cross-dressers, known collectively as “transgenders”. However, according to a recent CDC study reported on by the Washington Blade, there are massive increases among HIV infections in the transgender bloc.
For the first time, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention is including data on transgender people in its reports on HIV infections — and the results show a gradual increase in new cases of the disease over the past several years.
Compared to previous reports that placed transgender people in the same category as “male” and “female,” the latest iteration of total diagnoses of HIV Infection in the United States made public Thursday contains an entire section devoted to transgender people.
The inclusion of the transgender data is part of the CDC’s first-ever inclusion of national-level data by gender in the report. Additionally, CDC has for the first time released estimates of HIV incidence for Puerto Rico and at the county level for high-incidence jurisdictions as the Trump administration’s plan to focus on these areas to beat the HIV epidemic by 2030.
But the news for transgender people isn’t good. According to Diagnoses of HIV Infection in the United States and Dependent Areas, the number of diagnoses of HIV infection for transgender adults and adolescents increased.
Overall, the number of reported new infections increased from 553 in 2014, 589 in 2015, 638 in 2016, 584 in 2017 to 601 in 2018. The diagnoses accounted for about 2 percent of new HIV infections in the United States, according to CDC.
In terms of race and ethnicity, the number of diagnoses of HIV infection for Hispanic/Latino transgender adults and adolescents increased, while the number of diagnoses of HIV infection for black/African American, white and multi-racial transgender adults remained stable. It should be noted the numbers of HIV infection among black and Latino transgender people are higher than other groups.
Overwhelmingly, new HIV infections are higher for transgender women than for transgender men across multiple races. The largest percentage of new infections for transgender women as opposed to transgender men was persons of multiple races at 96 percent, followed by Hispanics/Latinos at 94 percent and blacks/African-Americans at 93 percent. For the white demographics, transgender women made up 76 percent of new diagnoses compared to transgender men at 24 percent.
In terms of region, the number of diagnoses of HIV infection among transgender adults and adolescents in the Northeast and West increased, but they remained stable in the Midwest and South.
Carl Schmid, executive director of the HIV + Hepatitis Policy Institute, told the Blade he’s “pleased that the CDC is finally recognizing the transgender community, instead of lumping them in as either ‘male’ or ‘female,’ when reporting HIV data.” (source)