Yet you make statements such as "Bareback sex is better for Mental Health" and "more safe to have bareback sex with HIV+ men who say they are on meds/undetectable" without qualifying that claim, until people like me challenge your irresponsible claims. You then decide to be more responsible for a short while then revert back to your agenda. You are encouraging HIV+ phobia even for people who are supportive and you can't see that. You need to go away and let people without your agenda spread the messages of Prep and Undetectable men being lower risk and worthy partners or risk increasing discrimination.
What's with your compulsion to lie?
You the one preoccupied with the "BB Agenda". I don't use "BB" it's not scientific. Rather I refer to condomless sex.
I totally disagree with the comment. The link below is BS. I won't quote it or hyperlink it, so you can't quote me on it.)
I have said "sex positive" (nothing to do with HIV+ specifically) is good for mental health.
"In an article for Planned Parenthood on providing sex positive sex education, Lisa Tobin writes that being sex positive includes:
Having a comprehensive definition of sexuality
Viewing sexual health as a basic human right
Focusing on the life-enhancing aspects of sexuality as well as attention to the negative aspects
Being non-judgmental and challenging narrow social constructs
Using inclusive language rather than value-laden language which makes assumptions based on sexual orientation or gender stereotypes"http://sexuality.about.com/od/sexualhealthqanda/f/sex_positive.htm"more safe to have bareback sex with HIV+ men who say they are on meds/undetectable"
First of all you put it in quotes as if I said it. That's not true....another lie. I would never have said "more safe" to begin with. I would have said "safer."
It is true that a clinically Undetectable person is statistically safer than a Negative person. You added "who say" which is ridiculous.
"When asked what the study tells us about the chance of someone with an undetectable viral load transmitting HIV, presenter Alison Rodger said: “Our best estimate is it’s zero.” http://www.queerty.com/study-undetectable-guys-do-not-transmit-hiv-to-negative-sex-partners-20140305
A Negative person can be tested today and be infectious right now, due to the 2-3 month window. Or tomorrow or next month.
Back to your "who say" addition.
Note ACON #
1.The use of Condoms during casual encounters between men of unknown
or discordant serostatus.
I think we all agree that what someone says
ACON is from Australia. Your country. Read it sometime. It's at the forefront of HIV care and medicine, or soon will be when they allow PrEP.
I think you are upset because your reasons for discrimination are drying up. Some Negative guys who are smart and intelligent are taking charge of their health, by using PrEP. Some of them are also aware of the lessened risks of truly clinically Undetectable. (Also some Negative guys too of course.) Your whoring around (as a Negative Gay man) puts you in the back of the bus. Beyond "Poz" and "Neg": Five HIV Statuses, Plus a New One"I'm HIV Negative on PrEP."
"I'm HIV positive, undetectable."
"I'm HIV negative. I test regularly. I always use condoms."
"I'm HIV-positive. I don't know what my viral load is."
"I don't know my status."
"I'm HIV negative." (Or at least he thinks he is). <<<<
What's the conclusion? The same one that public health advocates reached and preached for decades: know your HIV status. If you are negative, avoid infection by using all available protections. If you are positive, seek treatment.
By knowing your status and act accordingly, you contribute to the ultimate goal of controlling the epidemic.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/renato-barucco/beyond-poz-and-neg-five-h_b_5039729.html