Queerty is better as a member
NOT surprising at all unfortunately.
Look at what videos porn companies are producing and how naive people are concerning HIV.
It is because the AIDS crisis is over for the rich white gay men who contribute to the gay organizations who have left AIDS activism on the back burner. They are putting all their resources into marriage and ignoring the life and death problems of the young, the minorities, and the poor people – they are more interested in ridding their gentrified neighborhoods of these “elements” than helping them.
Like many I’m healthy and have been positive for 23 years. While this is good news,
it has opened the door for complacency with some. As healthy as I may feel, it will
kill me eventually. I suppose you can argue may things can, but why give the Grim
Reaper a head start?
And people look at me funny when I say I’ve been abstinent for over 6 years, be telling me I need to have sex lol. No thank you.
@Dionte: Uh… you have HEARD of condoms, haven’t you?
unfortunately I have to say I like many others have been tempted by the “condom-free,” attitude but fortunately I have read enough numbers like this to know better. The sad part is as @londonbridge: said, to many people these days simply think that hiv is no big deal. I personally think that the way to do it is to advertise “super aids,” cause that sounds far more scary than MDR HIV-1.
BB porn is so hot. Till facial wasting kicks in. The porn perpetrators should be ashamed. Wrap it up.
The community has never taken HIV seriously. I think it’s because they’re full of internalized homophobia.
Ironically, we could stop the spread in three seconds by setting adult standards.
But nothing will be done about it. Self hatred has been a fixture in the gay character for thirty years. And it isn’t going anywhere.
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