frogman89 saidI'm at a loss of words for the bullshit that's being propagandized here.
Really are you?? Very surprised as you are so ready to believe the bullshit you are being fed from the 'I can't just wear a condom which in conjunction with AART significantly reduce risk to a near negligible level (there is no proof that trasmissiom is not happen nor proof it hasn't happened check the fine print on the same site the efficacy of new AART came fromm)
The biggest problem with Musclemoron, Frogboy and Timm55 is they have no idea that the most recent two men I dated are HIV poz. Of then one was open about it the other one did not disclose and attempted to persuade me into trying BB sex.
The first of these two men was a gorgeous local 28yr old very fit who works out a lot, studies eats well and has adjusted to having acquired HIV long ago. He was not looking for BB sex and he followed his treatment regime. After speaking online for 2 weeks we had a great time and the sex was amazing. In order to re-assure him I wad very comfortable with him sexually so he came several times even first night while I didn't but immensely enjoyed it.
While this dating sequence did not result in a relationship,HIV was not a factor and it was he who stated the obvious being that the sex was really hot but he wanted a serious boyfriend and therefore looking for someone who has similar hobbies and mutually shared activities.
The second attempted to engage in receptive BB sex unlike on the first night of meeting me which didn't happen without adequate precaution however that wasn't for his lack of trying as he did for the second night. Unfortunately he developed an infection in his genitals resulting from one of his fitness activities, cycling. His testicles swelled to a dangerous level and so was taken to hospital. I visited him and soon saw the medication I had seen before for HIV. When he come back from hospital he attempted to initiate sex but was having difficulty as he had on his mind as he later confessed, that being disclosure of his HIV status, justifying his approach by saying he is undetectable and that he doesn't know of previous partners who have acquired HIV and that he often bare backed with HIV Negative sexual partners. I told him i don't have an issue with his HIV status but I do about his disregard. I have since been reading about the effects of genital and testicular inflammation and how it affects HIV and I was concerned when mentioned that his medical condition of which he had spent time in hospital with compromised his undect-able status.
His doctor who works at the very busy hospital he was at which is located only 200 metres from Sydney's Gay Iconic Oxford Street where the Mardi Gras takes place, (mentioned because they are very experienced in dealing with HIV poz patients, indicated to me there was no evidence of non-compliance with his treatment, but he had other risk factors present due to his latest medical condition. I chose not to pursue further dating and to only be friends as I have more self worth than to place myself at risk from his obvious disregard for the safety of others. He was aware I had just finished an education course on relationships run by ACON which included information about the latest treatments.
I also dated another poz guy last year before he got a great job on other side of Australia. The guy is a very healthy fit personal trainer (actually He is a stunningly hunky man and very intelligent and charming) who unfortunately, despite as he suggested being theoretically undetectable following 12 months of AART therapy was actually having regular blips due non compliance with the required regime.
As I saw reason to be concerned about his emotional state and his increasingly obvious substance misuse benders, I doubted his adherence to his medication regime and follow up visits to ACON and I wad vindicated in my suspicion when I pressed him and he opened up about missing treatment at a rate of 1-3 days at a time approximately every 2 week period.
Each of these guys are HIV Poz and They told me they are on treatment (delayed in two of the cases) and It did not deter me nor should it because any new partner could have contracted HIV or other STI.
Did I ask them about how they acquired it?? No none of my business.
Did I put special conditions on them before agreeing to sleep with them such as top only ect. ? No nor should I. The interesting part is though the attitudes of the individual men.
The personal trainer I dated last year was wanting to BB but didn't disclose the first time we were intimate but came through the second. He tried to tell me he was on treatment and BB would be ok. I declined to engage and at the advise of another friend working for ACON (mutual friend of RJ member NICKK, which led to my first rapid test which included education on safer sex and latest treatments.
I actually couldn't give a flying fuck if you believe this true or not and I have many more. If you think I am just a slut shammer or whatever other crap you wanna spit at me about any of it. Go wipe the egg off your face idiots who don't read my posts and then spit vitriolic responses at me