Risks dating someone hiv positive
I could easily flip the table and go “UN-BE-LIE-VABLE. Usually, it’s divided in 2: boys should always wear a condom; girls should take the pill. *everyone blushes, looking at the ceiling* Alright then, class dismissed! Some activities are obviously more dangerous than others.
I knew how to reduce the risks of being infected (yeah, that served me well! Simply because it didn’t affect me, therefore I didn’t care much.
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But, practically speaking, even though it sounds like a hell of an evening, when do relationships/sex EVER involve smearing blood?
(I’ll happily admit I haven’t lived if your answer is ‘always! These figures need to be read with caution, statistics can be misleading, but, let’s face it, it’s pretty damn hard to become infected, especially in first world countries, especially between men/women, especially when on medication or using protection.
You never know someone’s medical history, wether it be HIV, AIDS, Cancer, any type of terminal disease.
We as the future of the gay community need to really stop this type of shit.
~Dating an HIV Person~ I will not reveal the names of the people in this topic, but a post was made saying “I can’t never talk/date or mess around with someone HIV … A mutual friend screen shot and posted this on their Facebook page basically pointing out the ignorance of this person and posted, “People are entitled to feel how ever they want.
There is the inevitable, difficult and possibly awkward conversation when you have to tell them your status. Then recently after a third dinner with someone I was really beginning to care about, I disclosed my status and was rejected. I know there are thousands of serodiscordant couples (couples where one is positive and the other negative) who are living happily ever after.
Being positive is nothing to be ashamed about, but there is a very real possibility that the person with the perfect laugh and similar interests as your own might reject you. Not for being positive, but for not being honest and upfront about my status. Should we tell them on the first date, the second or the third? It is a highly personal and touchy decision to make. If you decide to go the route of meeting people in a similar position, one alternative is a dating website for HIV-positive individuals.
Homosexuals have come too far to be degraded amongst each other.
Now granted, yes, we do joke around, tease, “read” each other, but it’s all in a joking manner.