The federal government has spent $1.44 million of taxpayer money to study, among other things, male prostitutes in South East Asia.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), has so far awarded $1.44 million in federal funds to a project that, among other things, is estimating the size of the population and examining the “social milieu” of male prostitutes in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. CNS News
The study will look at HIV rate in men who have sex with men.
Who cares about their male prostitutes (or any of their prostitutes) and who cares about their HIV rate? That is not our concern and is for their government to look at. One thing is for sure is that taxpayer money should not be spent for this folly.
Did Barney Frank allocate the money for this?
If anyone knows about male prostitutes, he would be the guy…
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