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United Healthcare denies gay man medication due to high risk homosexual behavior

By Mark S. King ·

Discrimination against LGBT people is often once-removed, shielded under double-speak and fraudulent intentions. So, it’s refreshing, really, when a company comes right out and says in black and white that gay men aren’t worthy of the same protections as everyone else.

In a pre-authorization denial letter to a gay patient seeking Truvada as PrEP, United Healthcare cited “high risk homosexual behavior” as their reason for denying his claim. Seriously. Because we all know PrEP is meant for people who are, you know, not at risk for HIV infection.

That’s not all. The letter from United Healthcare refers to their criteria for authorization, among them “to reduce the risk of sexually acquired HIV-1 infection in adults at high risk.” So, adults at high risk are okay. Homosexual behavior crosses the line. (Strange, considering this United Healthcare Truvada criteria document from 2013 makes no mention of the sexuality of the patient.)



Homeless choir sings for the streets

If you walk past the Pitt Street Methodist church in Auckland on a Tuesday night you will notice two things – the beautiful stained glass windows backlit by the church’s lights, and the harmonious sounds coming from the building.

Tuesday night is practice night for the church’s accomplished choir.

But there is more than one choir practicing in the 150-year-old parish.

Down in the church’s austere basement, another group of singers is rehearsing an eclectic mix of music ranging from waiata, to reggae, to pop songs.

They are New Zealand’s first street choir.



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Yep, Trump Meets the Definition...

An all time low....

Trump launches 'real news' propaganda program hosted by Lara Trump

If you're worried that you haven't heard about any of Donald Trump's accomplishments this week, then rest assured, because he's launched his own 'real news' programme hosted by his daughter-in-law.

Lara Trump is bringing America a round-up of his achievements that may have been missed – because of "fake news" – in a video on the US President's Facebook page.

The first clip launched on 30 July, with Lara (married to Donald's son Eric) announcing: "I bet you haven't heard about all the accomplishments the President had this week because there's so much fake news out there.

"Let's talk about the President's salary – again the President has donated his salary. His first quarter salary has gone to the parks department, his second quarter salary to the department of education. This is a President putting America before himself. I am so proud of that."



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