Does it really matter to your clinical diagnosis?

I am a supporter of the London LGBT movement, and the other day, I was really taken back when I watched BBC News. Under a new proposal, the UK government aims to task GP’s with tracking the sexuality of their patients. To me very, and some of the other girls at London escorts, it feels like we are slowly moving towards George Orwell’s 1984 every day. What is next? I am not the only girl at London escorts who are asking this very question.

How would I respond if my GP asked me where sexual orientation lies? I don’t have a problem with being one of London’s many bisexual outcall escorts, but at the same time, I cannot see why I should tell my doctor, As far as I am aware, we have some rights to privacy and if it is not going to affect my doctor’s clinical diagnosis, why should I tell him. I really don’t get why he needs to know at all, and I feel that it is unfair to put this information gathering exercise on GP’s. When I first started to date for London escorts, I never phoned up my GP and told him.

Does the government hold too much information on us? I am one of those girls who think that the government holds too much information on us already, and this new idea, is going way over the top. I am sure there are plenty of London escorts out there who are not bothered by this new move, but I am not one of those London escorts. My dad is a QC, and he disagrees with the move as well. According to him, it is a bit like telling somebody who you voted for in the last general election without you wanting to share the information.

I feel that our civil liberties are being infringed on more and more. Why should life be like this? I am happy to carry an ID to prove who I am, but my own personal life and sexuality, are both two things I like to keep to myself. Sure, lots of the gents at London escorts know that I am bisexual but they don’t have a problem with that. I don’t mind sharing that information with my friends at London escorts, but if I were to share it with my GP, I would feel like he is judging me and will be blaming any future health problems on lifestyle.

Should we be careful with the information we put out there? My dad is really careful and I have come to realise that he is right. Like he says, he knows that he is gay and it is not something which could concern others. As long as he does a good job, it should be enough for others. I feel the same way about my personal life and my work with London escorts. There is no way that I would dream about collecting data or interfering with the lifestyle of others. It is none of my business what they do in their spare time. I don’t think of people of gay, lesbian or bisexual. Maybe it has something to do with my upbringing, but I do feel that it is about time we told the government to go and mind their own business.

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