This has been going on for years, and, out of all the medical students to pass through Canada's teaching hospitals in that time, one has noticed that it's immoral.While over in 'CiF', Rosa Freedman (a researcher on human rights at Queen Mary, University of London - there's a FAIL!, right out of the box..), sees nothing wrong in advancing the theory that everyone should be compulsorily tested for STDs:
An individual's right to decide whether to find out their status is trumped by other people's rights to know the risk of infection. Would compulsory tests be unpopular? Probably.She's getting a thoroughly well-deserved kicking in the comments.
But I doubt she's reading them. For the same reasons those medics in Canada didn't bother to ask the question...