The first thing I thought when I heard that the Red Cross was going to be accepting homosexualiac blood was: “can I just buy bottle of it to drink before I go to the gym?”
The Red Cross on Monday implemented the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) updated blood donation guidance focusing on individual risk factors and aiming to reduce restrictions on men who have sex with men.
“The American Red Cross is now welcoming more donors into its lifesaving mission through updated FDA blood donation eligibility guidelines that eliminate longstanding broad, time-based deferrals based on sexual orientation,” the Red Cross said in a statement.
Blood donations to the Red Cross account for about 40 percent of all U.S. blood and blood components.
In May, the FDA issued new guidance that recommended “individual risk-based questions” for all donors regardless of sexual orientation, sex or gender. The agency’s prior restrictions barred men who have sex with men from donating blood unless they abstained from sex with another man for three months prior to donating.
“It hurt. It hurt my feelings.”
The new guidance forgoes time-based restrictions and instead would defer any prospective donors who report having a new sexual partner, more than one sexual partner and having anal sex with said partners in the past three months.
I’ve always been against blood transfusions, because the concept seems sick and wrong.
But then I’ve been like “well, my feelings on this aren’t really strong enough that they wouldn’t change if I was on a table bleeding out after a car accident.”
But at this point, with this faggot addition, I think you should be able to put “NO BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS” on your driver’s license next to where it says “NOT AN ORGAN DONOR.”
These faggots are obsessed with putting their blood into other people’s bodies, and I think that even if the idea didn’t bother you otherwise, that is enough to really make you uncomfortable.
Not even a vampire would want this