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Well,, we really don't know you that well..

yet...

LOL

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LOL..

In church? I swear I saw that somewhere!

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Ohhh and Sed...

If you're trying to stick your finger up my ass.. You better be ask me! Because I'm allergic to anything that titillates my anus.. lol

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Folks,, do yourself a favor and do a simple google on Chlamydia Psittaci and how it can be transmitted. It will prove real quick as to the mis-information that some tend to stick to.

Let's do something, since you're reading this.... You mother let herself get barebacked (and enjoyed it - just as mine did) then got her herself a nice creampie..

Would you tell her that? Maybe pisses ya off a lil that I went there. Yup,,, so how about "Mom played natural.." - that a bit less demeaning? - How about, us "barebacks" just start calling everyone whom wear condoms, "Wrapper"... Feel better?

and since facts really aren't a serious strong point by the looks of it, let's just toss out there that there are STILL medical professionals that don't know or resist the the fact that even herpes can be transmitted by just skin to skin contact.

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Rdy2- it is difficult the sum up data into a quick sound bite, but areas where prostitution is legal and the sex workers are tested regularly provides useful information that even with very frequent sexual contact, condoms reduce risk effectively.

Chlamydia in church? You're sticking to that... that's as silly as your little euphemism for bareback sex-- calling it "natural." You think it sounds better... like "natural" foods are good for you... clever. But, bacteria (syphilis, gonorrhea) and viruses (herpes, hepatitis, HIV) also are "natural." So, naturally, I think you're being ridiculous. You will notice that your health care provider will shake your hand, but before they examine your mouth, genitals or anus... they will put on gloves.

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RD,, are you azz kizz'n again? ~cause ya know.. we don't mind doing that ourselves.. LOL

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Forgive me here.. but "ridiculous rationalizations".. is false information for false sense of securities.

Chlamydia Psittaci , while less common, IS transmittable by even a sneeze. This is the kind of thing (false information) that just makes those that know the FACTS, livid. Yes, Condoms are safer, and we don't condone them. Just be informed for cripes sake..

The "media" has a well known reputation for being trustworthy.. (sarcasm) We understand that..

Playboy? the porn industry? swingers? bi-sexual males???????? You risk your life kissing your cousin who just sucked a good cock.. be realistic and know your facts.

You don't hear or see "naturals" condoning sex.. HIV is real no matter how you look at it. IT, will adapt just as other STD's have done.. and guess what? a lil skin to skin contact eventually,, will have grave consequences. So how will a condom be so safe then?

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singlegirl42, in the Lifestyle, your best protection to avoid HIV is to wear condoms and select play partners who also always practice safer sex.

You also should talk to your doctor. Tell him/her that you are sexually active with multiple partners. Your doctor will recommend condom use and regular testing for STDs. For my wife and I, our STD testing is covered 100% by our insurance.

There was a recent case of a military officer who, after he found out that he was HIV positive, had sex at swinger parties and clubs with several women. It took a very unique set of circumstances for this information to be made public (a military court martial for disobeying an order to inform sex partners of his HIV status). Because of confidentiality laws, similar cases would never be publicized. Many experts and the CDC are concerned that since the newer drugs used to treat HIV are working so well, and those infected are living relatively normal lives, that many are going back to risky behavior... and there has been a surge of new cases. Of particular concern to the CDC are new strains of syphilis and gonorrhea that are not responding to treatment.

A Playboy playmate, Rebekka Armstrong, was surprised to learn that she was HIV positive. She now does a lot of AIDS education and lectures on how to practice "safe sex."

Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation in these safe sex threads. Some may try to persuade you to have sex without a condom with ridiculous rationalizations like: "you can get chlamydia at church, so it's all risky... I got shot at in the war, so I don't need to wear a rubber... been swinging fer years and ain't had no problems."

A large European study showed that women who identified themselves as "swingers" were more than four times more likely to have an STD compared to prostitutes.

Many studies confirm that condoms are proven to reduce risk. While it's possible to get an STD through kissing or oral sex, penetrative sex is much, much riskier.

My wife and I have enjoyed all of our swinging adventures, but we are not willing to jeopardize our health with unnecessary risks. Again, your physician is your best source of information about the health risks of recreational sex.

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I'm in health care, and the problem with HIV testing is that HIV often doesn't show up for six months. That means you could have it, test negative, and spread it before finding out that you've had it. And at that point, the knowledge is 6 months too late.

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I've been in the LS for 6 months now. How and when do you bring up HIV status with potential partners? I just tested negative and would like to know that my potential partners are safe as well. However, I've played with 3 couples in my 6 months, and nobody has mentioned a word about it...Please advise. Thanks!

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