Juden Faggot Introduces CA Bill: Having Unprotected Sex W/o Telling Partner of HIV+ No Longer Felony
Under New California Bill, Having Unprotected Sex Without Telling Partner of HIV-Positive Status Would No Longer Be a Felony
Posted 7:25 AM, March 17, 2017
In a test of shifting attitudes about HIV, a group of state lawmakers has proposed that it no longer be a felony for someone to knowingly expose others to the disease by engaging in unprotected sex and not telling the partner about the infection.
The measure by state Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and others would make such acts a misdemeanor, a proposal that has sparked opposition from Republican lawmakers.
The same downgrade in crime level would apply to people who donate blood or semen without telling the blood or semen bank that they have acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, or AIDS, or have tested positive for human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, the precursor to AIDS.
“HIV-related stigma is one of our main obstacles to reducing and ultimately eliminating infections,” Wiener said. “When you criminalize HIV or stigmatize people who have HIV it encourages people not to get tested, to stay in the shadows, not to be open about their status, not to seek treatment.”
Member of the California State Senate
from the 11th district
December 5, 2016
Preceded by Mark Leno
Member of the
San Francisco Board of Supervisors
from District 8
January 8, 2011 – December 5, 2016
Mayor Gavin Newsom
Preceded by Bevan Dufty
Succeeded by Jeff Sheehy
Born May 11, 1970 (age 46)
Political party Democratic
Residence San Francisco, California
Alma mater Duke University
Harvard Law School
Website Scott Wiener CA Senate Website
Wiener is openly gay.