Jun 22, 2009 11:40 PM GMT
How will that effect the prior negative and the newly negative? Usually when someone gets over a curable STD, they just shrug it off like, whatever. If AIDS joins the ranks of such diseases, do you see people learning from it's reign of terror? Or, do you see a revisiting of the unfettered past that may have helped usher it in?
DancerJack's recent thread about scientists finding the virus' hiding place has me thinking on it. I'm not an authority on the subject, but it sounds huge to me. In addition, I've always thought the day would come when the disease is cured. Now that it may be emanate, I have mixed feelings.
AIDS for me has always been a sexual boundary. I've been asked to do things; some of it extremely low class and dirty. My level of disgust was usually dependant on who asked me. However, the threat of infection remains the primary reason that I'm quite the Prudence Mc Prude, sexually.
Not sure if I would trade in my condoms for fuzzy hand cuffs if AIDS were cured, but maybe I'd have more one night stands, something I currently don't do. Anyway, do you think your sexual behavior would change any if AIDS were cured and to what degree does the virus' current existence play in keeping you in line? If you are unfettered by it now..., tell us about that too.