Well, my Conservative Party rival at the 2010 General Election, Matthew Sephton, has recently tweeted that he: "Passed a lorry on way to work today - with 'Please give blood' on it. I'd love to, but a discriminatory law prevents me from doing so!"
Under the National Blood Service's current guidelines, a homosexual is banned from donating blood if he has ever engaged in anal or oral perversion activity with another man. According to the National Blood Service, to lift the ban could result in a fivefold increase in the risk of HIV-infected blood entering the blood supply. The ban on homosexuals donating blood is an example of sensible and rightful discrimination.
Given that homosexuals are generally riddled with disease - from HIV to syphilis to hepatitis etc - as a result of their sodomitical activities, it is entirely right and proper that the National Blood Service refuses to accept their blood. It would be completely crazy for the National Blood Service to accept bad blood - but Matthew Sephton wants to force the potentially deadly consequences of his high-risk behaviour onto innocent people.
Implicit in Matthew Sephton's aforementioned tweet is the fact that the reason why he is banned from donating blood is because he has engaged in buggery, and/or licking of another man's anus and/or taking another man's penis into his mouth (and vice versa) at least once.
I'd like to see Matthew Sephton get the help he needs. Matthew Sephton is a man. As all right-thinking men know, we are sexually compatible with women - we are not sexually compatible with other men. I'd like to see Matthew Sephton accept and embrace the fact that he is a man, along with all the implications of his male gender.
I'm concerned for Matthew Sephton's welfare, just as I'm also concerned about the welfare of the young children who have day-to-day contact with Matthew Sephton in his job as a primary school teacher.
I want the best for Matthew Sephton. I want him to have a happy and healthy life. I don't want to see Matthew Sephton dying of AIDS or suffering from syphilis, and that's why I hope that he will think again about his lifestyle choices - in his own best interests.
Furthermore, in the best interests of society, I sincerely hope that Matthew Sephton won't ever become an MP whilst he remains ideologically committed to putting public health at risk, as I believe that Matthew Sephton's opposition to the blood ban demonstrates that he is not fit to hold office.