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A representative of Westbury’s parent company, Arla Foods UK, confirmed to us by email that the rumor is false.“Please be assured this is a hoax in very poor taste,” the company’s consumer relations department said.The epicenter of the domestic HIV/AIDS epidemic is Black America.Blacks represent only 12% of the nation’s population but account for about 44% of all new HIV infections, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Unsurprisingly, a search of the BBC News web site turned up no articles or videos reporting that butter or any other dairy product in the U. was contaminated with HIV-infected blood, or that anyone was arrested by police for doing such a thing.Using a reverse-image search, we determined that the image used in the Anchor Butter meme was lifted either from a 2015 article about crime in London or an earlier (2014) article in the about Scotland Yard conducting police raids across London.Both the Anchor Butter and Cadbury memes were unoriginal updates of an internet hoax dating back several years.Among the other food and beverage items falsely alleged to have been contaminated with the virus that causes AIDS are pineapples, oranges, bananas, canned goods, and soft drinks, including Pepsi-Cola Because the specter of AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome), scares people, the rumor continues to mutate and thrive despite the extreme unlikelihood of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) being transmitted in such a manner.
Black gay and bisexual men are even more at risk: researchers believe they account for less than one percent of the nation’s population, but nearly one in four of all new HIV infections in the United States.
“They are archaic and they don’t reflect current scientific research.” Some of the state laws on criminalization were passed in the 1980s or early 1990s, when there were few long-term treatments available and HIV/AIDS was considered a “death sentence.” But the introduction of life-saving, antiretroviral medications in the mid-1990s has meant that HIV is a chronic but manageable condition.
“My own state of California has an outdated law,” said Rep. “I’m trying to find a legislator to repeal that law.” It is a felony under California law to be HIV positive, have unprotected sex and “willfully” expose another person to the virus—not transmit but “expose.” The law also provides a three-year prison enhancement to sentences if an HIV positive person commits rape, has sex with a minor or is engaged in prostitution.
A new generation of young Brooklyn black males, many hiding their sexual identity, is worrying doctors who say they are fueling the borough’s HIV epidemic.
HIV cases among men under 30 who sleep with men rose from 232 in 2001 to 491 in 2011. Yusef Afacan, director of the AIDS Center Program at Woodull Medical Center in East Williamsburg.