Ato is currently reading it Mar 02, I have no idea whether this is a good or bad thing but it is clear that PrEP has indeed changed things. He does not seem to care whether we use a condom or not but, telling myself I am protected, I go through with it. Our response to this situation has too often offered rationalistic, sometimes angry, largely useless behavioral prescriptions that uncannily ignore the complexity of human emotional life. That leaves the unknown partner, someone whose serostatus you cannot know for sure. Another argument against PrEP is that it encourages gay men to have condom-less sex and therefore increases exposure to other STIs.
When I first started PrEP it was half-experiment, half-dream.
Sex without fear – my experiment with the HIV-prevention drug PrEP
All STIs are bad for your health. However, they are not all created equally. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. But now it's a message that pathologizes gay sex and fails to recognize that people are making reasonable and rational choices about risk. The receptive partner in same-sex anal sex for cisgender gay men or transgender gay men, or vaginal sex with transgender gay men. Instead of getting deeply theoretical, Shernoff balances citing studies with case studies from his practice and insights he has gained or that have been shared with him. When topping, it is arguably more important to know your HIV status.
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