Try this logic on for size:
“It’s a practical law because the gay community has much higher rates of sexually transmitted diseases. We must take our precautions wisely,” she said. “Even if they lie on the form and say they are straight, everyone’s blood will go through a final screening test for diseases.”
What is happening now is that Chinese lesbians are acting up a little.
Lesbians in China have organized an online petition calling for gay people to be allowed to donate blood, state media reported Tuesday.
The petition, asking the government to remove a law enacted in 1998 banning the gay community from donating blood, has drawn 540 signatures from lesbians and aims to reach 1,000, the official China Daily reported.
Do you think they can find a thousand lesbians in China?