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    Please tell me about safe sex. It can come to gay. The first question is when it comes to race, black is at danger like hiv. Is this true?
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    Please tell me about safe sex. It can come to gay. The first question is when it comes to race, black is at danger like hiv. Is this true?
    Either you usually speak something that's not English or you have trouble asking questions people can understand.

    It's not people's race, it's where they come from and what they've done there. So lots of people in southern Africa have HIV, but you cannot say 'They are from Southern Africa, they have HIV', just as you cannot say 'They are gay, they have HIV'.

    If you do not know whether or not someone has HIV, it is best to to assume that they have.
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    Either you usually speak something that's not English or you have trouble asking questions people can understand.

    It's not people's race, it's where they come from and what they've done there. So lots of people in southern Africa have HIV, but you cannot say 'They are from Southern Africa, they have HIV', just as you cannot say 'They are gay, they have HIV'.

    If you do not know whether or not someone has HIV, it is best to to assume that they have.
    What kind of knowledge is that? Isn't that a waste of time?
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    Either you usually speak something that's not English or you have trouble asking questions people can understand.

    It's not people's race, it's where they come from and what they've done there. So lots of people in southern Africa have HIV, but you cannot say 'They are from Southern Africa, they have HIV', just as you cannot say 'They are gay, they have HIV'.

    If you do not know whether or not someone has HIV, it is best to to assume that they have.
    I don't mean I judge like that. Can you please tell me?
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    Not unless you can make it clear what you are asking.
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    Not unless you can make it clear what you are asking.
    As soon as I view nasty looking guys, I won't think that they have HIV, regardless of race or orientation. But, according to race or orientation, I think that their HIV potential is high. What if I become at bottom to guys? There are oral and anal. Please tell me about potential infection.
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    Giving oral without a condom: either no risk or you need to be so unlucky, you were probably struck by lightning on the way there. You can catch gonorrhoea, syphilis, etc etc, so have regular checks at a sexual health clinic.

    Bottoming anal without a condom: 'about' a 1% chance if they are HIV+ and not on treatment.

    Bottoming anal with a condom: nil, unless there's a problem with it. In this case, go to hospital and ask about 'PEP', a month of HIV drugs.
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    Giving oral without a condom: either no risk or you need to be so unlucky, you were probably struck by lightning on the way there. You can catch gonorrhoea, syphilis, etc etc, so have regular checks at a sexual health clinic.

    Bottoming anal without a condom: 'about' a 1% chance if they are HIV+ and not on treatment.

    Bottoming anal with a condom: nil, unless there's a problem with it. In this case, go to hospital and ask about 'PEP', a month of HIV drugs.
    HIV weakens a body rapidly and makes a guy cannot battle with heat and so forth, is this right? Why HIV+ on treatment doesn't give HIV to a guy?
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    Here I'm talking about gay, but when even a guy makes a kid, I'm 100% sure that a kid also has HIV with a HIV guy. Is this right?
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    (Original post by Hawke0)
    HIV weakens a body rapidly and makes a guy cannot battle with heat and so forth, is this right? Why HIV+ on treatment doesn't give HIV to a guy?
    HIV slowly weakens the body - without treatment it can take someone with HIV about six or seven years before they have problems. Treatment stops HIV from doing that and makes them not infectious.

    I don't understand the other question at all.
 
 
 
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