Bareback sex

  • Limerick18

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    Jun 13, 2017 12:52 PM GMT
    Hi guys,
    I've just been tested negative for HIV, as has my boyfriend of 5 months last week.
    Is it OK to have bareback sex with each other so long as we just have sex with each other? The guy in the clinic today meant it would be OK but if we were to have sex with other guys we should always use a condom.
    Can anybody relate to my situation? Cos I find bareback waaaay more hot than with a condom.
    Thanks guys :*
  • John183

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    Jun 13, 2017 1:01 PM GMT
    Don't do it. Get on prep and then still use a condom. The truth of the matter is...guys will cheat. I had read a statistic that said many of the new hiv infections were among people who were supposedly monogamous. I just wouldn't take the chance, no matter how good bb feels.
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    Jun 13, 2017 2:30 PM GMT
    John183 saidDon't do it.

    While pessimistic, that is a realistic viewpoint...

    It really all depends on the value you each have on monogamy. My guy and I would always rubber up when we were just dating and fucking around... We were not necessarily exclusive early on... However, it became that way after a while, and we had the same discussions and questions that you have now. We both tested clean, and decided that as long as we remained exclusive to each other we could do it.. But if we dated around after that, the tests would be invalid, and we'd go back to rubbers... If we got back together at that point...

    We never strayed, now we're married, and bareback daily.

    It can work... But you both have to make it work.
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    Jun 13, 2017 3:24 PM GMT
    Though I absolutely agree with the previous person who said you should get on prep, Studies have shown that prep is 100% effective now. And if you both get on it you will be fine.
  • Destinharbor

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    Jun 13, 2017 4:54 PM GMT
    It is a tough call. To not go BB means you don't fully trust each other and that hurts. My guy and I went BB after dating a while but there's always the risk. Even totally good guys sometimes give in to a moment of opportunity. I hear PreP is going generic very soon. Some states give the stuff away at clinics. Some insurance covers it. Check it out.
  • spider

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    Jun 15, 2017 2:53 PM GMT
    my partner n I have been living together for over a year n as a relationship is based on love n trust..after we both tested clean we now only bare back and frankly it is fantastic compared to a rubber clad dick
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    Jun 15, 2017 8:26 PM GMT
    spider saidmy partner n I have been living together for over a year n as a relationship is based on love n trust..after we both tested clean we now only bare back and frankly it is fantastic compared to a rubber clad dick



    ^^^^^this
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    Jun 15, 2017 8:36 PM GMT
    normally, I would ask the guy to wear a condom. But if I really loved him and trust him completely, I guess it wouldn't be impossible
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    Jun 15, 2017 9:26 PM GMT
    Mike22007 saidnormally, I would ask the guy to wear a condom. But if I really loved him and trust him completely, I guess it wouldn't be impossible


    Best reserved for when you are in an exclusive committed relationship.

    Many gay men take PREP to prevent HIV infection when barebacking. However the drug must be taken daily, and is not 100% effective, per the CDC:
    https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/research/biomedicalresearch/prep/index.html
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    Jun 16, 2017 12:11 AM GMT
    and then the cdc didn't list *this* study either (oddly enough)

    https://www.poz.com/article/iPrEx-OLE-results-25922-2484
  • spider

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    Jun 16, 2017 9:46 AM GMT
    We seem to be quoting a lot os stastics at each other. Well you can find a study to back any point of view! To quote the author Mark Twain...There are lies, damn lies and stastics!

    Get tested..go on prep...find urself a monognous relationship and loose the rubbers!
  • uncut7in

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    Jun 20, 2017 4:08 PM GMT
    I much prefer the feeling of my bare cock up a tight ass, but I prefer to be safe and only bareback with a long term boyfriend.
  • REBEL_YELL

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    Aug 04, 2017 4:50 AM GMT
    PreP has been heavily studied, especially here in the states, my personal care physician says it is 98% safe...he says almost safer as a condom, since it won't break...but make sure not a single dose is missed and be on it at least 6 months

  • Aug 04, 2017 6:46 AM GMT
    Limerick18 saidHi guys,
    I've just been tested negative for HIV, as has my boyfriend of 5 months last week.
    Is it OK to have bareback sex with each other so long as we just have sex with each other? The guy in the clinic today meant it would be OK but if we were to have sex with other guys we should always use a condom.
    Can anybody relate to my situation? Cos I find bareback waaaay more hot than with a condom.
    Thanks guys :*


    Your situation, my man, is EXACTLY the same as me and my boyfriend - back 23 years ago
    Neither of us had any isue with the other having "a bit on the side"
    We'd even have a laugh comparing notes icon_lol.gif

    The guy in the clinic is a wise man

    And you're RIGHT
    Bareback is WAY more hot than with a condom - and as close to a guy as you can get
    So always keep it just for the man you love

  • Apparition

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    Aug 04, 2017 6:53 AM GMT
    What else did you get tested for? I usually wait a year though and test again
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    Aug 04, 2017 10:00 AM GMT
    This happened to me about a year ago. We've been barebacking since ^_^
  • transient

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    Aug 04, 2017 10:22 AM GMT
    livstud2001 saidThough I absolutely agree with the previous person who said you should get on prep, Studies have shown that prep is 100% effective now. And if you both get on it you will be fine.


    Care to provide evidence or citation?

    This is misinformation and dangerous misinformation.

    Repeat after me......

    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective




    There, its true now because I repeated it enough times.
  • transient

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    Aug 04, 2017 10:23 AM GMT
    My answer to the op-

    How much trust do you have?
  • Happenis

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    Aug 04, 2017 10:53 AM GMT
    My boyfriend is the first guy that barebacked me. We both tested negative for everything before we
    started and we waited until we FULLY trusted each other. We are in a closed monogonous relationship.

    I love getting my tight hole nutted deep into by his big raw cock (he has the biggest cock that i've EVER seen on a white boy). I love when we have tight rough sex and he goes ballistic, loses control and shoots his load deep inside me thus filling me to the brim and coating my sensitive inside walls. He's also a heavy cummer too so I can feel the warm juices splashing on my colon, my g-spot, prostate and everything else deep inside me. It feels so good when I end up oozing his load out of me 45 seconds after we finish when we're doing our after-sex cuddle.

    By having sex naturally, we feel like such naughty and wild primal animals! There's no better way to enjoy another guy and the power/energy that he has to offer by letting him bust his seed into your tight lil boy hole. You'll feel apart of him! Nothin like MAXIMUM SATISFACTION!

    In the past, other guys have asked to bareback me but i've always said no. I don't get why somebody would wanna bareback a stranger (even if you're on prep then you can still catch other horrible yucky incurable std's). Remember to stay safe out there if you're single or dont trust your bf yet. It's really no joke out there and 10 minutes of fun isn't worth ruining your health.
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    Aug 04, 2017 11:41 AM GMT
    ^^^That one paragraph TOO hot for a.m. reading. NOW what I'm gonna do???
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    Aug 05, 2017 4:03 PM GMT
    transient said
    livstud2001 saidThough I absolutely agree with the previous person who said you should get on prep, Studies have shown that prep is 100% effective now. And if you both get on it you will be fine.


    Care to provide evidence or citation?

    This is misinformation and dangerous misinformation.

    Repeat after me......

    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective
    prep is 100% effective




    There, its true now because I repeated it enough times.


    Well if you would have noticed my post 3 + posts down you would have seen my source. icon_rolleyes.gif
  • Limerick18

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    Aug 05, 2017 11:24 PM GMT
    Thanks for all the messages lads.
    Update: we've been barebacking since I posted this topic and it's great.
    We have absolute trust in each other and the sex is really great..
    Nothing nicer than the feeling of his massive (it's really fcking big) cock in my tight ass.. He normally doesn't last too long though before he blows his load inside me.
    Then I fuck him and it's the same result ;) x

  • Aug 05, 2017 11:59 PM GMT


    John183 saidDon't do it. Get on prep ...




    Just out of curiosity - how much is a month's supply of PrEP in the US


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    Aug 08, 2017 8:03 AM GMT
    transient said
    livstud2001 saidThough I absolutely agree with the previous person who said you should get on prep, Studies have shown that prep is 100% effective now. And if you both get on it you will be fine.


    Care to provide evidence or citation?

    This is misinformation and dangerous misinformation.

    Repeat after me......

    IPrex study on prep 41% effective
    USA recommends condoms plus prep and CDC say 92%is effective
    If prep is 100% effective, how do you explain the 4 men who took Prep religiously yet seroconverted?
    UK proud study prep is 86%effective
    prep is 100% effective is only in the minds of men who mistake BB sex as being intimacy instead of real intimacy. It isn't %100 and never was rated as %100

    For that matter, 8 men seroconverted who's partners were on AART in partner study which is sited as proof of UVL sero-suppressed HIV Poz people and is often stated as proof that a UVL person cannot pass on HIV is a lie. I am happy to provide references too.

    Don't trust any guy until you know the history of your guy and your monogamous. A lot of guys claim a lot of BS to suit their own needs but you need to look after yours or you risk paying the price





    There, its true now because I repeated it enough times.
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    Aug 08, 2017 8:04 AM GMT
    $1300

    Daylesford_Nude_Dudes said

    John183 saidDon't do it. Get on prep ...




    Just out of curiosity - how much is a month's supply of PrEP in the US