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How can you get aids (gay)?

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice

In brief: HIV is Hard to get

You actually have to work at getting aids.
It does not come easily. The ways that HIV is transmitted became known in the early 1980s and this list of risks has not changed in over thirty years. To get HIV one must be exposed directly to human body fluids such as blood, semen, or vaginal fluids. Men who participate in anal sex can also get this infection directly from exposure to rectal tissue.

In brief: HIV is Hard to get

You actually have to work at getting aids.
It does not come easily. The ways that HIV is transmitted became known in the early 1980s and this list of risks has not changed in over thirty years. To get HIV one must be exposed directly to human body fluids such as blood, semen, or vaginal fluids. Men who participate in anal sex can also get this infection directly from exposure to rectal tissue.
Dr. Robert Killian
Dr. Robert Killian
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology

In brief: Risky practices

The most dangerous activity by far is receptive anal intercourse with an hiv-positive infectious partner. Any practice in which you ingest infected semen is risky, especially if it could get into your bloodstream. By contrast, lesbian practices carry very little risk.
Please love wisely and carefully, and especially shun needle-sharing. Best wishes.

In brief: Risky practices

The most dangerous activity by far is receptive anal intercourse with an hiv-positive infectious partner. Any practice in which you ingest infected semen is risky, especially if it could get into your bloodstream. By contrast, lesbian practices carry very little risk.
Please love wisely and carefully, and especially shun needle-sharing. Best wishes.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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