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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby mxguy01 » 2 August 2018, 18:12

There is also a need to understand testing and the window periods it will or will not detect the virus.

http://www.sfaf.org/hiv-info/testing/hiv-test-window-periods.html
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby ratrust » 22 November 2018, 18:57

As for sex health (WHO-way-defined) support across London, look up raTrust nonprofit. As for the essentials, they offer free or affordable (there may be funding from NHS) self diagnosis kits, like syphilis tests, tests for HIV, chlamydia, herpres, and so on, too.

There are also other ways of supporting ,and also solidarizing with the communities and groups exposed - also, in the long run, including altering the legislation to promote wealfare in the area of public health.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby lbgtnews » 8 December 2018, 20:30

Education is the safest sex you can have. Listen to this audio cast.

Studies show an increase in STI infections among PrEP users
https://lbgtnews.com.au/studies-show-an ... rep-users/

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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby Yeauxleaux » 18 December 2018, 14:20

lbgtnews wrote:Education is the safest sex you can have. Listen to this audio cast.

Studies show an increase in STI infections among PrEP users
https://lbgtnews.com.au/studies-show-an ... rep-users/
Totally not shocked. This is because (as I've said before) a lot of these men who are on PrEP have a certain mentality. They think "well I can't catch HIV now, so I can't catch anything that can't be cured, so condoms are no longer needed!". They view it as a substitute for condoms.

It's irresponsible and it's not thinking about the future. Yeah a lot of these other STDs are curable now in 2018, but it might not always be that way if people keep catching them and they become resistant to treatment. People don't think about that though, they don't consider their actions and how it might affect the future generations of people, they're just living for now.

Don't get me wrong, PrEP is a wonderful thing, I've actually just put in an order for some myself because I want that extra bit of protection and reassurance... I maintain that I won't be having unprotected anal sex until I'm serious and monogamous with someone though.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby Sasha » 23 January 2019, 01:10

But he always wants to fuck me in the ass.

He does not just want me, but constantly Fucks me in the ass. And I like it very much.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby mxguy01 » 23 January 2019, 23:45

pisjun4ik wrote:Very good article.
I'm straight. Married.
Nobody knows about me.
I love having oral sex with my boyfriend.

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But he always wants to fuck me in the ass.
I can't say no to him.
We always use condoms.


Hey Dude, your boss also just joined the forum! I guess he is stalking you. See what happens when you carelessly give up your ass an controlling boss...
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 24 January 2019, 06:04

:lol:

Wtf are with these new accounts? I’m betting money they’re the same person with multiple personality disorder.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby Shaved-Nudist » 24 January 2019, 16:51

The three guy's that I get together with only have sex within the group and we are all STD free. We always do bareback.
Try living nude!
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby GaySpacePirateKing » 25 February 2019, 21:22

How safe is it to RECEIVE a blowjob a) whilst wearing a condom b) whilst not wearing a condom.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby grayarea1899 » 23 April 2019, 21:05

Good question. I usually give head without a condom if the cock looks harmless and clean enough. I don’t use a condom when getting head.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby MetalPup » 20 December 2019, 00:50

You see the first thing you need to do is find a safe with low standards, anyone can fuck one of those.
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby Capt._Trips » 20 December 2019, 01:53

^^What exactly is a "safe"?
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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby Brenden » 21 December 2019, 21:24

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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postby star_trek_geek » 31 January 2020, 02:01

Brenden wrote:For HIV transmission, the risk for bottoming is 50 per 10,000 exposures (1 in 200), while the risk for topping is 6.5 per 10,000 exposures (1 in 1,500). That means the risk of transmission is 7.7 times greater for the bottom. [source]


That's only for someone who's had HIV for a long time. During the first few weeks after exposure (which is when most people infect others & are sexually active), it's much higher- around 1 in 3 for the bottom & 1 in 6 for the top, going from memory. I forget the sources but they'll be out there online, most likely a university study as those are the only ones I tend to focus on.
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