AIDS, today's biggest concern for
every nation's health care. As ever so growing, is the amount of people
being infected by such an elusive virus. Particularly in the poorest regions
of the sub-Saharan Africa and the south east of Asia. As AIDS seems out
of reach in terms of foreseeable cure and condoms stick out as the only
safe method by which curbs infections. That too, turns expensive to be
distributed on a large scale. Certain pundits point out to a way as extreme
as unusual to fighting the disease from spreading even further: abstinence
along with masturbation.
It's known, masturbation is the
ONLY mode of sexual contact wouldn't get us infected with AIDS
and therefore most Sexual Transmitted Diseases. Providing there isn't
any contact allowed between secretions and mucosas. So specialists believe
that encouraging masturbation, whether in private for solo relief,
or as duo masturbation should be the way to keeping AIDS
from getting out of hand. Nonetheless, how would people be talked into
suppressing own sexual urges? Simply by showing, that's their only resort
not to get infected, to specialists accordingly. There are several projects
underway in Africa to instances prevention and vaccines. On which point
volunteers promote abstinence and fidelity as well as mutual masturbation
for the sake of sexual practice on a daily basis.
Surprisingly, the results being quite
condescending. In addition, researches point that the number of new AIDS
infection in Uganda has dropped drastically. Obviously, it's not that
easy. People don't want to be told what to do in that give up most of
sexual delight for the sake of their own survival. Mutual masturbation
may be fun, but everyone wonders how boring would life be if rendered
the only sexual practice available.
Also, there wouldn't be thousands of people
infected and suffering from AIDS, if such measure could help them.
Though, there's still need (expansive) for medications and health care
in order to enable them longer and better life expectancy.
By contrast, masturbation to combat
AIDS infection seemingly rather controversial. Wouldn't it be cheaper
just to send people to lecture on mutual masturbation and abstinence
than loads of condoms?