Hooked Up: Exploring HIV Disclosure Online: A Blog Entry by Bob Leahy (September 28, 2013)
"While the more vanilla of the two sites referred to here, Squirt, seems relatively innocuous and BBRT the place for risky, raunchy sex, one could argue that it is features in the second of the two that contributes to fewer new HIV infections."
"Are You Dirty?", Inspiration and Sex Kits (Posted: August 2012)
"Just a brief look at what is meant when people say are you 'dirty' on hookup sites, and how we have to stop allowing it to be said. Also, a friend spoke with me about getting his friends tested. Finally, I talk about safe sex kits."
HIV, Sex and Dating (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"A diagnosis of being HIV positive does not have to mean the end of your sex life. Everyone should engage in practices that encourages honesty and the use of safe sex methods. Additionally how a person views themselves is how others will view you."
HIV+: The Common Denominator: A Blog Entry by B. Osten (April 17, 2012)
"In one breath I told him I was HIV+, in recovery from meth addiction, on SSI disability and receiving Section 8 assistance. ... The music stopped and the lights came on. I felt exposed. He tenderly took my hand into his and whispered into my ear that he was HIV+ also."
HIV Positive and HIV Negative Dating Advice: A Video Blog Entry by Justin B. Terry-Smith (December 30, 2011)
"Being upfront with one's HIV status is a brave, personal and intimate thing. If someone does not want you because you are HIV positive then move on, there is hope to find someone that loves you for you. If you cannot date someone with HIV well it's simple: don't. Find someone that you can be comfortable with ..."
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