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When I hire an escort for the first time, I make sure to let them know I am HIV negative. Even though some have never asked my status when setting up a first date, I still share this info with them.

 

I get myself tested every 6 months. Here are some questions I have often wondered and would appreciate feedback.

 

1. Should I always tell first-time escorts my HIV status?

 

2. Do my "regular" escorts care or want periodic confirmation that I remain HIV negative?

 

3. Should I only disclose my HIV status to escorts if I become HIV positive?

 

JD

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<2. Do my "regular" escorts care or want periodic confirmation that I remain HIV negative?

 

3. Should I only disclose my HIV status to escorts if I become HIV positive?>

 

 

 

How do you confirm your status to an escort? Show medical records. Will he disclose the same papers to you? Chances are he is exposed to more sex than you, and is more vunerable.

 

Paper test results are useless if you had any sex between the test and that moment.

 

 

Disclosure is very private and personal. Should be extremely careful to pass your status to anyone. Your medical insurance, family, or employer could learn of it as well.

 

Both client and escort should be well-read about hiv transmission, and have sex accordingly. Take precautions that assume this partner is poz

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"Disclosure is very private and personal. Should be extremely careful to pass your status to anyone. Your medical insurance, family, or employer could learn of it as well."

 

Disclosure is private and personal. That said, I doubt that being HIV positive can be successfully hidden from your insurance provider. All of those tests and medications are a sure tipoff. Also, I would hope that, wherever possible, positives go to a doctor that specializes in HIV treatment so that the best available care is provided to them. As far as revealing your positive status to families and employers, I think that depends upon one's relationships with them. I would again hope that they are supportive. HIV is a disease -- itdoesn't have to be a nasty secret.

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ASSUME EVERYONE IS POSITIVE

That is the only thing you can do. Take the precautions you would if you knew your partner was positive, make your own educated decisions on what level of risk you are willing to accept into your life.

Play safe, and you'll live long.

Matt(live long and perspire...erm I mean prosper)

http://go.to/mattsplace

matt_escort@yahoo.com

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Matt,

 

I certainly believe you should "assume" everyone is positive and take proper precautions.

 

But, the original question still remains. Do escorts want to know (or appreciate knowing) that their clients test negative? I'm not saying the client or the escort should act any differently based on that knowledge. I only thought it might give the escort peace of mind to know they have successfully dodged the virus bullet again.

 

JD :-)

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In all honesty, it's not going to make much of a difference as to what I'm going to do, or not do, in bed. (or on the counter, in the hallway....)

Sure there is a certain level of piece of mind, but I've seen men whom I know are positive, and have no reservations doing so. I just make sure that I play safe. Nuff said.

matt(wrap that wrangler)(in a MagnunXL: )(shameless plug for my super fat cock)(or for Trojan xl condoms)

http://go.to/mattsplace

matt_escort@yahoo.com

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>matt(wrap that wrangler)(in a MagnunXL: )(shameless

>plug for my super fat

>cock)(or for Trojan xl condoms)

 

Hey Matt, you're so sexy when you are thinking with that 'super fat cock" :9

 

 

>Sure there is a certain level

>of piece of mind,

 

The problem was that there wasn't enough blood flowing to your brain. }> I think you have a certain level of "PEACE of mind" that you just want a "nice PIECE of ass" :7

 

JT

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Escorts or client who are positive have a moral obligation to disclose their status, because sex is never completely safe. Your best efforts will make it safer, but the posibility of an accident remains and the disease is not completely understood. One way to make it safer is to avoid sex with those known or believed to be positive, and the client or escort is entitled to that information. Yes, you should always assume your partner is positive. Never the less, you can reduce the risk by avoiding those known or believed to be positive.

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I am new to Hooboy and this discussion, so I may be asking a question about HIV that has already been asked and answered many times. And the question is different from the direction JD took in his original message.

 

Given Information: An HIV- client hires an HIV+ escort. The escort doesn't know he is HIV+. The escort tops the client and does so vigorously, but he does not cum inside; then the client tops the escort and, again, does so vigorously without cumming. Both the client and the escort use condoms, which neither break nor slip off during use.

 

Question: What are the chances of the client becoming HIV+ as a result of this exchange? Are there any national statistics that might suggest an answer?

 

Ruben

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