Denmark will allow gay and bisexual men to donate blood if they have not had sex for four months, with that waiting period voided if they’re in a long-term relationship with one male partner.
The campaign includes messages like “In Australia, donating blood only hurts if you’re gay.”
“Corey was a fit, healthy young man and I thought his heart valves would have been snapped up. It just doesn’t make sense”
The new policy will mean gay men can donate blood one year after their last sexual contact with another man.
The Australian Greens has reached out to Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson, urging him to review the current ban imposed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration.
Should he be successful, Trent Zimmerman would become the first openly gay MP elected into the House of Representatives.
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