bareback sex

The decision to have bareback sex has never meant that we are stupid, irresponsible, or immoral. It means that we are human, and that it is tremendously challenging (and sometimes impossible) to change our sexual desires and practices.
If you make an informed decision to practice barebacking, then so be it. I can't say I will never do the same. However, short-term pleasure, a sense of belonging, and the excitement of abandoning homonormative sociosexual practices cannot be divorced from either a willful rejection of long-term health or a romanticized concept of what HIV infection leads to.
Up above, in comparison, stared the poster of Greg Louganis, looking perfectly posed and natural, and the night's one clear
There is a shift occurring in my world towards bareback sex, and I feel increasingly alienated because of it.
"I had encountered young men...who were seeking to have unprotected sex with the objective of being infected with HIV," Bardo
"I had encountered young men...who were seeking to have unprotected sex with the objective of being infected with HIV," director
In 1997, Tony Valenzuela was an up-and-coming LGBT rights activist, open about his HIV-positive status and viewed by many
Just because more and more gay men are having unprotected (bareback) sex doesn't make it right! It just shows a lack of education and awareness of risk.
Most of my young gay friends are uninterested in the history of my membership in ACT UP, but a few, like Jake, are curious, even insistent. I answer their questions and try to explain what it was like to be 25 in the East Village in 1989.
Recent studies suggest young gay men are ditching condoms, creating a rift within the community. Is unsafe gay sex becoming the norm? Mark King, Michael Weinstein and Kevin Robert Frost join Josh to discuss.