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    Oct 06, 2016 9:57 PM GMT
    Sydneyrugbyjock73 saidYou said your friend took PrEP as prescribed.

    You don't know that. Have you seem his blood work that determined low much was in his system?

    Oh, wait! Let me guess the doctor showed you, but not him! Lol.


    Timm55, you never refute anything I say effectively and you insult, shout down or ridicule anybody who disagree with you. Your other tactic is to use made up terms such as 'slut Shaming' or your usual fallback, claim discrimination, awwww so sad buddy but the world is not against Poz guys, just bareback warriors like you who show very little respect for opposing opinions. You quote studies and manipulate the findings to suit your world view then accuse others of doing the same. Please go away, block me or whatever but also realise you are one of the Poz guys that entrenches discrimination through your single minded ranting and total disrespect for any consequences that would result from any persons silly enough to follow your abhorrent advice [/quote]

    I respond to you in kind, tit for tat. YOU started the insults long ago. You still do!

    I didn't make up slut shaming, you idiot. I'm POZ and I don't agree with you. You hate that, therefore i must be maligned and lied about.
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    Oct 06, 2016 10:15 PM GMT
    Sydneyrugbyjock73 said[quote][cite]JonSpringon said[/cite]
    PulseFit said
    Sydneyrugbyjock73 saidWater based lube is the only one I know of approved not to break down condoms


    Not true, you can also use silicone-based lubes which have a more oily quality than water based (which makes them ideal for shower sex just as an aside).


    Www.spunklube.com

    A. May. Zing.[/quote
    I live in Australia and go by Australian official standards so I am correct. I'll take ur word for it and check out your above suggestion.
    As for you Timm55, you know I don't treat forums as publishable peer reviewed uni documents so once a fact has been accepted as true and you again acknowledged it was true I don't need to re-write my source of information. In uni I used APA referencing but this is a forum. PS I was asked by a 21yr old RJ member who is a friend I know in person if I think he should go on Prep and my response was "if you feel that it would be beneficial to you do it". Then I added That I thought he may have already been on Prep due to his close friend being a big advocate for it and he is now on it. As far as new infections go there are 2,,still waiting for formal acknowledgement of that friend of mines situation. It also makes me wary of some of the efficacy data especially when you utilise that reference



    Obviously you DON"T follow Australia's Health experts!


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    INTRODUCTION WHAT'S SAFE SEX? ALL ABOUT CONDOMS KNOW YOUR RISK IN A RELATIONSHIP PrEP EPIC-NSW Study PEP SAFE SEX PARTIES
    WHAT’S SAFE SEX?

    Updated: May 2016

    The HIV preventions landscape has changed. When condoms and lubricant are used consistently and correctly they are the most effective method of HIV prevention, but they are no longer the only option. ‘Safe sex’ for gay men is no longer restricted to condoms only, but now refers to sex with a very low risk of HIV transmission.
    There are now at least five strategies that are reasonably considered ‘safe sex’, provided that certain parameters are met. They are:

    The use of condoms for casual encounters
    HIV negative men taking pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). As of May 2016, Truvada is licensed for PrEP in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). While this is a key development for PrEP access in Australia, PrEP is not yet available at a subsidised price through Australia’s Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). Find out more about accessing PrEP here
    Men living with HIV who have a sustained undetectable viral load (UVL) and no sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
    Use of serosorting between HIV positive men.
    Negotiated safety agreements.
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    Oct 07, 2016 5:36 PM GMT
    TIMinPS said
    Sydneyrugbyjock73 said[quote][cite]JonSpringon said[/cite]
    PulseFit said
    Sydneyrugbyjock73 saidWater based lube is the only one I know of approved not to break down condoms


    Not true, you can also use silicone-based lubes which have a more oily quality than water based (which makes them ideal for shower sex just as an aside).


    Www.spunklube.com

    A. May. Zing.[/quote
    I live in Australia and go by Australian official standards so I am correct. I'll take ur word for it and check out your above suggestion.
    As for you Timm55, you know I don't treat forums as publishable peer reviewed uni documents so once a fact has been accepted as true and you again acknowledged it was true I don't need to re-write my source of information. In uni I used APA referencing but this is a forum. PS I was asked by a 21yr old RJ member who is a friend I know in person if I think he should go on Prep and my response was "if you feel that it would be beneficial to you do it". Then I added That I thought he may have already been on Prep due to his close friend being a big advocate for it and he is now on it. As far as new infections go there are 2,,still waiting for formal acknowledgement of that friend of mines situation. It also makes me wary of some of the efficacy data especially when you utilise that reference



    Obviously you DON"T follow Australia's Health expertsg

    Ummm well they did pay me 3 times to take part in focus groups to develop their public health strategies and I get an A-Test, free 3 monthly check up for everything and I even show them and or discuss your lies and manipulations yet your expert on Sydney and NSW community sexual health strategy. The top marks I got for holding a sexual health information for my TAFE college extra studies in community development is also a sign that I have know idea to huh??? ☺️


    endinghiv.org.au
    Book
    A Test


    INTRODUCTION WHAT'S SAFE SEX? ALL ABOUT CONDOMS KNOW YOUR RISK IN A RELATIONSHIP PrEP EPIC-NSW Study PEP SAFE SEX PARTIES
    WHAT’S SAFE SEX?

    Updated: May 2016

    The HIV preventions landscape has changed. When condoms and lubricant are used consistently and correctly they are the most effective method of HIV prevention, but they are no longer the only option. ‘Safe sex’ for gay men is no longer restricted to condoms only, but now refers to sex with a very low risk of HIV transmission.
    There are now at least five strategies that are reasonably considered ‘safe sex’, provided that certain parameters are met. They are:

    The use of condoms for casual encounters
    HIV negative men taking pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). As of May 2016, Truvada is licensed for PrEP in Australia by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). While this is a key development for PrEP access in Australia, PrEP is not yet available at a subsidised price through Australia’s Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). Find out more about accessing PrEP here
    Men living with HIV who have a sustained undetectable viral load (UVL) and no sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
    Use of serosorting between HIV positive men.
    Negotiated safety agreements.
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    Oct 07, 2016 10:09 PM GMT
    "Ummm well they did pay me 3 times to take part in focus groups to develop their public health strategies and I get an A-Test, free 3 monthly check up for everything and I even show them and or discuss your lies and manipulations yet your expert on Sydney and NSW community sexual health strategy. The top marks I got for holding a sexual health information for my TAFE college extra studies in community development is also a sign that I have know idea to huh??? ☺️"

    Sydney they paid you because you were a part of a study. You were data, nothing more.

    You could say you used condoms 100% of the time to get an "A", as that is ONE safer sex strategy.

    You seem to be in the majority of Gay negative men in Australia; "In 2013, only 2.6% of men agreed that HIV treatment prevented transmission; agreement was associated with being HIV-positive, having an HIV-positive regular partner, and having received HIV post-exposure prophylaxis

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4227707/

    2.6% ......that makes your gay Australians among the most uninformed in the world! That's nothing to be proud of.

    Here's ACON

    What is safe sex? The HIV prevention landscape has changed considerably in recent years.
    Condom, used together with lubricant, remain the most effective barrier against the transmission of HIV, though
    they are no longer the only option.
    Additional biomedical technologies and new understandings of existing technologies have created a promising new landscape for HIV prevention.
    ‘Safe sex’ for gay men and other homosexually active men (GHAM), in terms of HIV prevention, is no longer restricted to binaries of condomless sex or sex with condoms.
    In regard to HIV,‘safe sex’ refers to sex with a very low likelihood of transmission.
    There are now at least five strategies that reasonably constitute ‘safe sex', provided that certain parameters
    are met. They are:
    1.The use of Condoms during
    casual encounters between men of unknown or discordant serostatus.
    2.HIV negative men taking effective pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
    3.Men living with HIV who only have sex without condoms when they have a sustained
    undetectable viral load (UVL)
    and in the absence of sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
    4.Effective use of serosorting between HIV positive men.
    5.Effective negotiated safety agreement.

    As for my lies and manipulations, being told by YOU? Your bias is dually noted.


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    Oct 10, 2016 10:34 AM GMT

    Sydney they paid you because you were a part of a study. You were data, nothing more.

    You could say you used condoms 100% of the time to get an "A", as that is ONE safer sex strategy.

    You seem to be in the majority of Gay negative men in Australia; "In 2013, only 2.6% of men agreed that HIV treatment prevented transmission; agreement was associated with being HIV-positive, having an HIV-positive regular partner, and having received HIV post-exposure prophylaxis

    Timm55, we are all tired of your 'sexual rights for POZ men trump everything agenda'. I invited people to look at your history of posts on all forums of which I back up and will happily repost for others to see the obvious. The obvious being that it is you who initiates consistent personal tirades at anyone who makes a statement of fact or a logical retort to your BS so I couldn't care less about yours or your sponsor Gillead Pharmacuiticals opions so post away with all your BS
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    Oct 10, 2016 10:58 PM GMT
    Sydneyrugbyjock73 said
    Sydney they paid you because you were a part of a study. You were data, nothing more.

    You could say you used condoms 100% of the time to get an "A", as that is ONE safer sex strategy.

    You seem to be in the majority of Gay negative men in Australia; "In 2013, only 2.6% of men agreed that HIV treatment prevented transmission; agreement was associated with being HIV-positive, having an HIV-positive regular partner, and having received HIV post-exposure prophylaxis

    Timm55, we are all tired of your 'sexual rights for POZ men trump everything agenda'. I invited people to look at your history of posts on all forums of which I back up and will happily repost for others to see the obvious. The obvious being that it is you who initiates consistent personal tirades at anyone who makes a statement of fact or a logical retort to your BS so I couldn't care less about yours or your sponsor Gillead Pharmacuiticals opions so post away with all your BS


    Oh PLEASE! You just accused me of being paid my Gilead! Every post you make about me is a lie, starting with you stigma of a "BB Agenda".

    Go ahead, dig up whatever I've posted in the past.
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    Dec 02, 2016 7:03 PM GMT
    I let one top bareback me after we'd established some trust. I gotta say, it was one of the hottest things ever.

    Wouldn't do it with a random tho, or a first time, ever. So I don't get the appeal there.
  • jayatl56

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    Feb 05, 2017 3:02 PM GMT
    I'm in a monogamous relationship for 4 years so yes we bareback. I can't honestly say I feel his jizz but I do, from time to time, feel his cock pulsing as he cums. I've heard guys say they can feel the warm cum but I think that's BS.
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    Apr 30, 2017 2:18 PM GMT
    jayatl56 saidI'm in a monogamous relationship for 4 years so yes we bareback. I can't honestly say I feel his jizz but I do, from time to time, feel his cock pulsing as he cums. I've heard guys say they can feel the warm cum but I think that's BS.


    I dated someone who swore he could feel it. I decided I was comfortable enough to BB top him as happens in 1 to 1 relationships. As I am not someone who makes much noise or gives away when cumming/orgasming, I thought I would test him out by making him think I had cum when I hadn't and then ask him about how it felt. He stated he could feel it and went on sounding like something he was reading from a XXX Erotic novel. To further test, I on another occasion consciously made sure I continued rhythm and made no noise when I did come but continued for 5-10 mins before he shot a load while giving himself a handjob. Once he had blown and the initial euphoria dissipated, he started to become apologetic about not allowing me to cum. I started to giggle a little then confessed to him. He then try to say he thought he could feel it, but I could tell he was just making a polite comment. I think that in truth very few men could tell for sure and those who say they can, possibly relying on other indicates such as noises, change of thrusts distinctly uncontrolled and a host of other giveaway signs. Still unsure why bottoms are insisting on this and I can only figure they may have a getting pregnant fantasy, or at least being the guys wife in that moment.
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    May 17, 2017 8:06 PM GMT
    Its really paychological more than anything. Not worth the risk when someone you dont know. Its alot different with someone you love and TRUST. There are times where I felt nothing and other times I have felt the pulsating/throbbing.
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    May 17, 2017 10:05 PM GMT
    So from what guys who have done BB receptive anal and had someone cum in them, sounds like it's the throbbing or pulsating action of the head of the penis that is what the bottom can feel and with a few adamant exceptions everyone says the actual cum spraying itself is not felt.

    With that being the case then going BB is not even a better feels good option as their would be little to know difference if a condom was on that cock and without the risks. The psychological thrill I can understand if you like pleasing and are a bottom but I sure as hell will not be finding out for myself. I think personally while their are any number of reasons to insist on going BB as the bottom, however for those guys who do this with total strangers or with casual lovers have big issues with self esteem and lack respect for their own health and well being. I often here BB enthusiasts say that BB sex is more intimate of which I can agree if in a monogamous and long term relationship, but many say it is still about intimacy even with a person they have just met or in some cases only met their cock (at gay sauna or beat). That logic is pretty dam reckless and maybe a sign to keep away from guys like that and encourage them to get help cause clearly something is up in their life.
  • MuscledHorse

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    Jun 16, 2017 2:36 PM GMT
    To answer the original poster's question: I get bred because it feel good and in spite of what other tops may say, knowing a fellow male has just unloaded his most intimate juice inside you is a huge rush,especially if you are in a good open group setting like a sex club or sex party. And then with multiple breedings the cum stars leaking out of you even as the next guy is going in and you can feel it coating your nut sack and thighs and making them slick with cum when you move or walk. That said, if you indulge on this level with more than one partner I strongly encourage you use PreP. The good news today is that the HIV drugs are so effective men have started being rated as undetectable viral load because it is so small. Because they can't measure for zero load yet, however, the medical community does not yet feel safe in referring to it as cured.