Bug Chasing And Hiv
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Posted by Queen, 4 RepliesOkay guys now that I have your attention, let me start by asking that you be fair to the topic. I am not trying to inspire an emotional attack from either side.
However, I decided to wait until after all the fallout happened from the rolling stone... Read more »
Posted by smileforme, 5 RepliesJust wondering...recently saw on Joe Walsh's talk show...the issue of bug catcher's(people who actively seek hiv+ people to infect them) and bug catchers (people who are hiv+ and willingly infect bug catchers). I was shocked. Any opinions. This... Read more »
Posted by comix, 5 RepliesI accidently ran into this article while browsing a news site, and I couldn't beleive what I was reading. Its about "Bug chasers", people who intentionally want to infect themselves because they find it erotic.
Its very strange, and if it is true I'm... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesCould anyone shed light on something new to me? In reading things on this site and others, I've learned about something I had never heard of but sounds kind of scary. What exactly is a bug chaser and more, what drives them and why?
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
: Dylan THANKS FOR CLEARING THAT ONE UP PHEW,I TOO WAS WITH A GIRL FROM SOUTH KOREA.DONT KNOW IF SHE WAS SEX WORKER,
BUT I DIDNT PAY HER.I MEY HER IN UK.CAN WE HAVE ALL THE E-MAILS THEY GAVE YOU...........PLEASE!IM REALLY SCARED.
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,The concept of "gift givers" and "bug chasers" appears to be much more hype than reality. As you point out, your boyfriend has a "fantasy" and basically engages in online chat about "pozzing parties."... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,I haven't heard much about the bug-chasing/gift-giving phenomenon since 2003 when Rolling Stone magazine printed a poorly researched and quite incendiary article titled "Bug Chasers: The Men Who Long to Be HIV+." The article... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Another QTND (question that never dies) and ATNC (answer that never changes).See below.Dr. BobBed bugs and transmissionAug 11, 2008 We have a serious bed bug infestation problem in Vancouver Canada. Bed bugs feast on blood. Can bed bugs be... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHey John-UK-Guy,Welcome back to the forum. Queens can be difficult to catch, especially if they are lubed up. They can get very slippery.I'm delighted you found my response helpful and have decided to put your HIV fears permanently to rest by... Read more »
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