One would think that engaging in behavior that can lead to contracting a deadly disease would elicit some sense of shame in even the most debased men. Alas this is not the case as we can see in the following video, which is part of a campaign by the HIV Foundation Queensland to remove the “stigma” surrounding having sex with people who carry a deadly disease that is spread by having sex. Not only are we supposed to consider HIV-positive sodomites as noble martyrs of the sexual revolution, but we must not propagate the “hateful” idea that it is prudent to avoid sexual contact with them.
To make this point, the producers of the video use actors to read real conversations taken from the sodomite hook up app Grindr, conversations in which somewhat more sane sodomites turn down the completely insane HIV-positive sodomites who think it is acceptable to continue hooking up with random men despite the fact that doing so helps to spread a deadly disease.
At 1:36 of the video one of the participants humorously states that the conversations being reenacted are “hate conversations.” It is now literally “hate” to feel anger towards someone who is trying to expose you to a deadly disease.
While at first sight this phenomenon might be difficult for a normal person to understand, we need to keep in mind that left-wing morality functions on the logic of gratification. Base human gratification is considered to be the highest good and the only worthy goal, to which all other concerns must be subordinated. Because maximal gratification and indulgence in every vice must be defended at all cost, those who make even the slightest protest against possible harm that can be caused by such unfettered gratification must be branded as hateful enemies of human progress.