Because HIV awareness is focused on gay men
Now, we all know that unprotected anal sex poses a high risk for transmission of HIV. And I would actually very much start with where Walt is at. I think I'm saying more succinctly what I said before. And it does have more emotional importance for men that, I think, can't be And I'm just sort of hoping maybe we can, maybe you all can touch upon some of the things that, in your experience, you found as motivators.
The "think about it, talk about" it part then fits on top of that, in a way that I think is much better as instructive work.
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- It is important to recognize that HIV is still a real problem for gay men, in the context that gay men are still getting infected.
- I completely agree about the need to keep a barebacking identity separate from what we might construe as barebacking behavior or simply unprotected anal sex that poses a risk. The receptive partner often feels that he has to comply with the desires of the insertive partner.
- I mean, when you exist within many communities, and you know of people who are HIV positive that are living healthy, active lives, it does impact the perception people have of the disease and its impact. But they have stifled prevention.
- Jeffrey Parsons: To be honest, I would be a little concerned about the first part of that -- this notion that two HIV-negative men in a relationship with negotiated safety and not having concerns. Get Email Updates.
From to , HIV diagnoses remained stable among gay and bisexual men overall in 50 states and the District of Columbia. There is also an important prevention benefit: people with HIV who take HIV medication daily as prescribed and get and keep an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of sexually transmitting HIV to their partners.
In addition, a new approach called Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis PrEP has also been shown to significantly reduce the risk of contracting HIV in gay and bisexual men, as well as heterosexuals at high risk of infection, when it is combined with existing prevention measures.