Yeah, that's a recent pic of me at the top. And Yeah, I am HIV Positive. Would you guys be able to tell? I thought BB was cool too, since I saw everyone else on here doing it. I was basically bi/curious and was only ever with 2 guys only 1 time each when I found out I was positive. They both said they were negative, but apparently they weren't or didn't know, or didn't care and just wanted sex so they lied. who knows. Now I'm stuck with HIV and Eventually AIDS since there is no cure. A shoter lifespan and medications that may make me sick is what I can expect from life. I was a stupic kid, but that's still not an excuse, but I do have to live with it. Good luck to you guys and play safe...
Many often ask..among other questions... "What are the risks of
getting the HIV virus while kissing or having oral sex?"
The following may answer some of these questions... but
as with anything physical/sexual. .there is no "pat"/safe answer..so
read/heed..play it safe..get tested regularly(if sexually
active)..and always use condoms....
IF YOU PLAY - P L A Y - S A F E !
HELP STAMP OUT THE SPREAD of STD's, HIV, AIDS etc.
THE LIFE YOU SAVE - MAY BE YOUR OWN!
Masturbation won't expose you to HIV or any other diseases, but it
does come with serious risks: Do it wholeheartedly enough and it can
open up mind and body, revealing new pleasures and a dangerous sense
There is virtually no risk of getting or giving HIV from mutual
masturbation or rubbing bodies. Anxieties about getting ejaculation
in your paper cut, or about the occasional shot in the eye, are
common. Getting HIV that way is definitely not. It is possible,
though rare. To get sexually transmitted infection in your eye or
penis, usually from rubbing them after you've touched you or
someone's open sore. And before you wank every old skank, remember
that you can get warts, herpes, or minor but unwelcome case of crabs
through mutual masturbation or bodily contact.
Kissing's is risky for transmitting emotion, but not for HIV. You
can catch herpes or mono from a kiss, and if you've never had
hepatitis B, there's some debate about whether deep. Intense tongue
twining might pass it along.
How safe is it to suck? The short answer is that after study has
shown that oral sex comes with a drastically lower risk for HIV than
anal sex. Certain things are thought to make oral sex more risky for
HIV, such as if you have cuts or sores in your mouth, have just
flossed or had dental work, or have an STD in your throat. If he or
she has STD, that might also make him or her more likely to give you
HIV. There's no evidence that how deep you take someone's penis in
your mouth changes the risk. If you're into having stick it to you
for hours, or like it really rough, or are drunk or high enough not
to notice pain or tearing in your throat, that may make sucking
Since getting sucked without condom comes with an even lower risk
for HIV than sucking. You can get gonorrhea, herpes, or other kinds
of sexually transmitted infections from being sucked, and his teeth
may pose the greater danger here.
RECEPTIVE ANAL SEX INTERCOURSED
Barebacking is probably the most dangerous and easiest way to get HIV and AIDSand other STD's. Even with a condom on, anal sex comes with risk. The least serious,
and most common, is a little aggravation to your system-- maybe some
gas, or cramping, or runny bowel movements. If those doesn't go away
shortly, or if you have a discharge of mucus, you may have an
aggravated anus or a more serious infection or inflammation. Condoms
help but don't completely protect you from warts or herpes, which
can range from a pain in the anus to a serious and ongoing medical
ACTIVE ANAL INTERCOURSE
Yes, tops do get HIV, though being the one to put it in puts you at
a lower risk than being the bottom. And the risk is there without a doubt. As for STDs, you can get most of
them-- herpes, warts, gonorrhea, syphilis, and others-- from
unprotected anal sex. A condom helps but does nut fully protect you
from warts and herpes.
ORAL/ANAL SEX (RIMMING)
In terms of HIV, rimming is more of a theoretical risk than a real
one. It's conceivable, though unlikely, that he or she have blood in
his or hers bowel movement or his or hers anus that would get in
your mouth. For some of the more serious STDs, however, most notably
parasites and hepatitis, rimming is definitely high-risk behavior.
Fingering is safe in regard to HIV so long as you don't have cuts or
ejaculation on your finger, but keeping unwashed fingers away from
your anus, your mouth, or any body part your mouth will be touching
should protect against parasites and hepatitis. Being fingered is
safe, too, if his fingernails are smooth and short, and his finger
hasn't been in his own or someone else's ejaculation or anus. You
can get herpes and warts from touch as well as penile probing. If
you're HIV-positive, you may want to be especially careful about
what goes inside you.
Fisting, or the insertion of any large object in the rectum, is not
risky for HIV, but can be seriously dangerous.
Getting urine on your skin, so long as you don't have open cuts or
sores, cannot give you HIV or other STDs. Drinking it poses a
theoretical risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases,
since virus such as CMV or herpes are shed in urine and could
conceivably infect you if you got them in your mouth.
Enemas pose no risk for HIV or other STDs, or (in moderation) for
anything else. Do them a lot and you can deplete potassium and other
electrolyte levels in your body, as well as build a dependence that
will keep your bowels from moving on their own.
The new medications, "coktails" they have out for HIV and Aids do help and can help prolong things, but they can also do a real number on your body and can have many side effects, and are not a cure by any means. There is no cure for HIV or AIDS.
And, oh yeah, guys lie on here alot about their status just to get what they want. I know of a few, so never believe anyone when they are just looking for sex... Your life may depend on it... .
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