I think it's really different from country to country. In Denmark, because we have -- there will always be idiots, but I don't experience much homophobia in Denmark. And I don't think the homophobia is much related to HIV, to be honest. But obviously gays sometimes have a -- statistically they have another way of having sex, and that's more risky. From Denmark, it's really popular for gays to go to Berlin, for instance, where they do drugs and have gang bangs and stuff like that. And, of course, that's more risky than what a straight person does[.]
I definitely think in some countries -- because I talk with lots of people, and some, they say they don't want to go to the clinics because if they have HIV, they will be stamped as being gay. Then they would rather not go. Of course, that has a huge impact.
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