Jeffrey Klausner, a primary care physician in Los Angeles, has treated gay men for decades. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, he said, many patients have so dramatically changed their sexual behavior that they shrug off the need for routine screenings for sexually transmitted diseases. But attitudes among these patients are shifting, Klausner has noticed, now that California and other states are loosening policies on social distancing. Concerns about sexual intimacy during an epidemic are universal and not limited to gay men, of course. Public health experts, including those long involved in HIV prevention, recognize that a proportion of all people are likely to ignore or reject categorical mandates about sexual behavior — whether they involve using condoms or limiting contact because of social distancing norms.
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Refusal to Treat Lesbian Upheld
Refusal to Treat Lesbian Upheld - Los Angeles Times
I live in the sf valley willing to drive to west hollywood, pasadena, or santa clarita. No, I don't know of one but I understand how you feel. When I was younger I wanted to see only lesbian physicians and was fortunate enough to have stumbled upon a few. They were nice people but not the best providers of care, as it turns out. After having a straight male as my family doctor, and being saved from a risky unnecessary surgery by this wise and caring man I now know the best doctor isn't always who we think it might be. But, like I said, I do really understand how you feel. This link is to to the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association.
Michael Sampson, M.D.
A state appeals court ruled Friday that two fertility doctors had the right to refuse to artificially inseminate a lesbian based on her marital status because it would have violated their religious beliefs. The ruling reversed a lower court decision that Drs. Christine Brody and Douglas Fenton could not use religion as a defense against a lawsuit filed by Guadalupe T. Benitez, That information about the association came from the written decision by the appeals court and was based on the fact that the medical association initially had supported the doctors and filed a brief.
Dennis A. Another plaintiff, who was born in and attended undergraduate classes from , alleges that Kelly asked him whether he used sex toys and condoms. Plaintiffs in multiple lawsuits allege USC protected its own reputation and financial interests by not only granting Tyndall, 71, unfettered sexual access to female students and actively concealing complaints of his sexual abuse, but by paying him a financial settlement so that he would resign. All Rights Reserved.