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We've educated ourselves as to what's safe and what's not. :-)My point is, although the site says it caters for all spectrums of MSM, the gay community seems oppose this label.As a bi man I am also capable of falling in love and having meaningful relationships with both sexes. Kind of like being the only gay in the village – LOLI have felt quite isolated at times, The Triangle Project has been absolutely amazing for me, and they have provided free counselling but also seem more geared toward the more mainstream (gay) positive guys.I know that both my partner and I have become very different people since our diagnosis and have become far more understanding, loving, compassionate and more respectful human beings.So much so that I am at present looking forward to getting involved in the HIV and Trauma Counseling fields as a Lay Councilor.This is also something which I've had to accept of myself, there's a large amount of guys who are bi but can’t accept this of themselves – this applies mostly to “straight” guys, but also some “gay” guys (guys who are more accepted by the gay community than the straight community).I feel like I’m coming out of the closet all over again.What about someone who lives under the Nelson Mandela Bridge although he has a dirty winning lotto ticket tuck somewhere in a mangy piece of underwear but hasn’t bothered to check yet? Why not leave your abusive relationship with this disease?
Just another gay man not able to accept and embrace that he is actually gay.Alas, there have been more guys than girls, but for some reason I keep “relapsing” (hahaha) on women.My partner knows my status and my sexual orientation, she's negative and straight (but that’s beside the point).Yes, take responsibility for your body but it is time to pick up your mattress, take the hand this disease has extended to you, get up and walk.
In light of all the positive info coming out of the International AIDS Conference 2012, in the USA, and the possibility that science may be on the right track to an AIDS free generation, the faint hope may exist for many, that a possible cure is on the way in the distant future, Some of us now ask: How would we change as people if there was a cure tomorrow?Believe me, I do get it, but there’s no point in beating myself up about it for the rest of my life. If I’m regretting it then I’m holding onto something that overshadows every moment of every day. Thank you for everything that you have done for so many of us.I'm not sure if you do know, but I am in actual fact bisexual.To be attracted to both sexes is quite widely thought of as unusual / odd, etc.