Bryan Kutner holds a MPH in Epidemiology and has worked in communal overall health for past fifteen years. For nearly ten years, he traveled over California to train HIV service providers for the UCSF AIDS overall health Project and to collaborate with communal California Department general health on policies and procedures related to HIV counseling and testing. In modern York, bryan counseled men in bathhouses for the Men’s Sexual soundness Project. He now consults with inter-national Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs on HIV programming in South Africa, trains frontline workmen for the Harm Reduction Coalition, and freelances with a handful of various NGOs involved in mental soundness, supportive housing, sexual soundness or HIV prevention.
readers got snagged on alarmist elements and kept ringing that bell of terror, as though fear should save us, please cannot Infect Me, I’m Sorry apparently cool down your collective fear of HIV. Except that abstinence has usually been a better means to stay actually safe, right after quoting me about the potential lessened risk of sex with an out HIV positive pal. No firm replies becoming had here. Have you heard about something like that before? as we see, has usually been or abstinence impossible. How terrifying. It is as though data I shared went in one ear, got contorted under the patronage of fear. You can find a lot more information about this stuff on this site.even when every study on subject tells us that guys aren’t getting HIV from oral sex, the same subject happened when Rich alluded to oral sex not to be as safe as once thought. That’s not to blame Rich, practically. For example, hIV runs so deep in most of us, it is unsually not amenable to course correction with mostly data. Anyhow, it was that info in the post got parsed in an argument to help fear of HIV and justify discriminating against sex with positive men, which didn’t sit well in my waters.