Why Undetectable HIV-Positive People Are Better in Bed

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    Oct 06, 2016 12:25 AM GMT
    Contrary to what anyone believes, poz people don’t stop having sex after receiving their status. Being HIV-positive doesn’t mean we’re segregated into a corner to never experience intimacy again — quite the contrary actually. In today’s world, being undetectable means we will not transmit the virus to our sexual partners, which opens up new possibilities to experimentation.

    We don’t mean to be biased (okay maybe a little), but undetectable poz men and women tend to be the most emotionally supportive and attentive lovers. It shouldn’t come as any surprise, seeing as we’ve experienced a diagnosis and took control of our health and life. As a whole, we've come out of this trial by fire better people.

    This a bit of a fluff piece, but there is truth in it.

    http://www.hivplusmag.com/love-sex/2016/9/30/why-undetectable-hiv-positive-people-are-better-bed
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    Oct 06, 2016 5:31 PM GMT
    Duh, they are the hottest, most social and sexually active segment of the population that is how they became HIV Positive.


    TIMinPS saidContrary to what anyone believes, poz people don’t stop having sex after receiving their status. Being HIV-positive doesn’t mean we’re segregated into a corner to never experience intimacy again — quite the contrary actually. In today’s world, being undetectable means we will not transmit the virus to our sexual partners, which opens up new possibilities to experimentation.

    We don’t mean to be biased (okay maybe a little), but undetectable poz men and women tend to be the most emotionally supportive and attentive lovers. It shouldn’t come as any surprise, seeing as we’ve experienced a diagnosis and took control of our health and life. As a whole, we've come out of this trial by fire better people.

    This a bit of a fluff piece, but there is truth in it.

    http://www.hivplusmag.com/love-sex/2016/9/30/why-undetectable-hiv-positive-people-are-better-bed
  • mcbrion

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    Oct 19, 2016 6:35 AM GMT
    I Read the article. Im sure some of it is true, but thinking that someone's emotional capabilities (a very large part of being 'better in bed') simply transformed due to being HIV positive? Unrealistic. People change over long periods of time - VERY long periods of time.

    Now, I can see someone becoming more sympathetic in some ways after the diagnosis and a return to health, but to catapult emotionally and spiritually from pain to enlightenment? That doesn't usually happen just because of a life threatening illness. Other factors must also have already been there, including who the person was before they went thru this transformation. If they were kind and loving prior to their HIV diagnosis (along with mature), then yes, I could see that. But if they were angry and unhappy, it's unlikely they turned into Buddha and Eros rolled into one.