Talk about health issues here. Be careful out there folks!
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I've been pooning around for a while now and while at first bbfs was pretty daunting, the more research I do the safer it feels. The total prevalence in my area is like ~12k out of a population of 5mil. of the 12k, it seems that 50% is gay men and another 20-30% are from injection drug use. If you then divvy up by age groups again, and account for the small percentage of pooners who actually choose to partake in bbfs, the odds just continue to drop.
And this isn't even mentioning the other things, like how transmission rates is ~1/2000 conservatively for vagina to penis transmission, and also account for the fact that pooners and higher class sex workers probably test more frequently, AND, finally, FINALLY if you encounter an escort who is HIV+, if she is on medication, it is undetectable and intransmissable.
Am i just hugely hugely biased towards my desired outcome that it is quite safe for me to partake in BBFS? Do you guys know of anyone, or perhaps yourselves, have contracted HIV through bbfs?
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It is rare, but let's face it, bareback hookers sometimes include good reliable hoes that will let a good customer go bare after a while. They also include and mostly are some pretty serious drug addicts and if you're here, the chances you have not fucked a junky are slim. So, while transfer is hard with v to p it does exist and we are probably a smaller pool in our little group of bareback warriors so when it hits it will probably move quick. ALSO the reason it moves in the gay community is because they are all ass badgers. If you are doing BBgreek with a woman the transfer rate is the same as if you're doing bbgreek with a man , 1 in 2. So the next time you decide to go spear fishing for shit sharks with a girl that does everything ( likely a hard core drug addict) keep that in mind. not judging do what you want but know what you are dealing with and get tested frequently
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From the research that I’ve done, out of 36 people, 35 of them on Prep caught it. All 35 were gay men having sex with gay men. A few didn’t take medication consistently. Only one (1) female contracted it through their male partner. So you decide if the risk is worth it.
If the HIV infected partner is on meds via injection, the medication is more consistent rather then oral tablets as they make forgot or miss a dose, then the viral load goes up. Either way Health Canada states that the risk is less than 1% with a female having a 50,000 viral load for a men to contract it.