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# 31 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 13:45
 
 
Someone said :

Really. If the relationship is monogamous, how can that happen? You mean catching HIV from a needle stick infection or something?

Sometimes one partner already has HIV.
Sometimes one partner is sleeping around - I know that means it isn't monogamous, but the other partner may have thought it was monogamous.
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# 32 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 14:10
 
 
Sometimes you might slip and fall off a cliff CV but it doesn't stop you from talking a scenic walk. I can totally understand why a couple who trust one another, have been tested and are monogomous would want to dispense with protection.

Do you go though life mistrusting absolutely everyone and everything? You must miss out on a lot.
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# 33 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 14:33
 
 
Someone said :
Sometimes you might slip and fall off a cliff CV but it doesn't stop you from talking a scenic walk. I can totally understand why a couple who trust one another, have been tested and are monogomous would want to dispense with protection.

Do you go though life mistrusting absolutely everyone and everything? You must miss out on a lot.

Are you saying I should have anal sex without a condom because it might be nice?
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# 34 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 15:19
 
 
No. If I was saying that I would have said "You should have anal sex without a condom because it might be nice."

I didn't, read the post.
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# 35 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 15:28
 
 
Someone said :

It happens in monogamous relationships too.

I'm sure then when a hetrosexual couple are trying for a baby, they are taking those same risks also!
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# 36 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 15:33
 
 
Someone said :

I'm sure then when a hetrosexual couple are trying for a baby, they are taking those same risks also!

The Horror, the horror!

Or on the pill.
Birth control does not stop at condoms.
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# 37 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 16:02
 
 
Someone said :

The Horror, the horror!

Or on the pill.
Birth control does not stop at condoms.

What you mean? I'm not talking about birth control.
Calorie Vox was implying that monogamous couples shouldn't bareback because one will stray and infect the other with STI's or HIV.
I'm just comparing a hetrosexual couple to that.
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# 38 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 16:08
 
 
I'm saying that most heterosexual couples would be taking those risk a lot more often than when trying for a baby, i think more use the pill than condoms.
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# 39 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 18:03
 
 
Someone said :

Calorie Vox was implying that monogamous couples shouldn't bareback because one will stray and infect the other with STI's or HIV.

I wasn't implying that monogamous couples shouldn't bareback, I was merely pointing out that it sometimes happens that people in monogamous relationships get infected with HIV.

If it was me (and if I was interested in bareback anal sex):
I would get tested with my partner.
If we were both negative, I would wait for the window period to pass, then
If I really, really trusted my partner
- I might do it.

People change though and no matter how well you think you know someone, that person might be unfaithful sexually to you.
I would still accept that it is my own responsibility if I contract HIV through bareback anal sex - Yes, even if I was infected by a lying, unfaithful partner.
It is within everyone's power to not put themselves at risk of contracting HIV through consensual sex.
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# 40 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 19:39
 
 
Everything about your attitude to sex as you've posted on Gaire rotates around the basic belief that those with HIV shouldn't have to disclose that fact to potential partner. Taken as a whole it is bizarre.
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# 41 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 19:45
 
 
In a lot of countries people with HIV positive status are legally required to disclose this to their partners.
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# 42 : Thursday 16-1-2014 @ 22:48
 
 
Someone said :
In a lot of countries people with HIV positive status are legally required to disclose this to their partners.

Consensual anal sex was illegal for a long time.
It doesn't mean it is wrong.
Smoking marijuana is illegal in a lot of countries.
It doesn't mean it is wrong.
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# 43 : Friday 17-1-2014 @ 18:39
 
 
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# 44 : Friday 17-1-2014 @ 19:13
 
 
Someone said :
I'm saying that most heterosexual couples would be taking those risk a lot more often than when trying for a baby, i think more use the pill than condoms.

Ah I see. Sorry I misunderstood you. You are spot on.
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# 45 : Sunday 9-3-2014 @ 11:25
 
 
Anal sex is very mainstream as a sexual practise.
As is rimming.
In the U.S. Where teenagers take these virginity oaths. Christian teenagers, and these continue to college. They keep their virginity, technically,
It doesn't mean they don't have sex, they have oral sex they have anal sex they rim they do everything except have coitus.

This satisfies "Christian" values, so I wouldn't be lectured at about sex by anybody quoting or misquoting bible, anal sex is good write it large.

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