TropicalMark saidUh... disingenuous threads are not cool whatsoever..
THIS is what the interview says:
Since your diagnosis, do you use condoms?
No. But I only hook up with people who are HIV+ too. There are some doctors who say that’s dangerous because of different strains of HIV, but there are others that don’t agree. There are more risks of getting other diseases like hepatitis or other STIs. I’m turned off if someone is HIV negative. I associate them with using condoms and as horrible as that sounds, I still don’t like using them if I’m the bottom - which 99 per cent of the time, I am. In my mind and my body I can tell the difference between condoms and bareback.
CHERRY picking is called selective and its MISLEADING.
The OP here is NOT being honest.
READ THE INTERVIEW do NOT go by the MISLEADING thread title.
My dear friend: when I partnered with a poz guy, his doctor insisted I take a full battery of tests myself, to see if I had anything dangerous to my partner.
"My patient is Tom, and my job is to take care of him," he bluntly told me. "I really don't care about you at all. (
) But if you have something that will further sicken him I need to know it. I need to understand what I'm dealing with."
I submitted myself to the entire battery of tests his doctor wanted. All my results were negative, and to his doctor's credit, I always sat by my late partner's side for all his office visits. A kind of tough love that doctor imposed on us, but there are indeed different strains of HIV, and other diseases to which a person with an impaired immune system should not be exposed.
So that this Mason Wyler is a dangerous fool, whose example should not be followed.