Religion not contributing to AIDS spread in Africa

New research has revealed no correlation between religious observance and AIDS in Africa.

Socioligist Jenny Trinitapoli found that most people avoiding condoms were not doing so for religious reasons.

Despite the Catholic Church’s prohibitions against condoms, African Catholics are no less likely to report using condoms than Protestants, whose religious leaders do not prohibit their use.

Condom use tends to be lowest among Muslims even though there is no prohibition against condom use among mainstream Muslim leaders.

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