How did a virus like HIV become fetishized, and what happens when they become positive? The act of bug chasing is essentially the desire to become HIV-Positive through having unprotected sex with people who are known to be positive themselves. It would be hypocritical of me to judge other people for their fetishes, as anyone who knows me well knows that I have a pretty fruitful range of kinks myself. He begged and pleaded and reasoned with me, explaining that it was all he wanted. I tried to rationalise my questions, because, for the record, I tend to sero-sort my sexual partners. When I asked him what he was going to do when he eventually tests positive?
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He and I are both HIV-negative, and we tested and obtained results together. However, I know he has and is contacting HIV-positive tops in an attempt to get together a "pozzing party" -- whereby he is the bottom and is gang banged in the group. Apparently this is a fantasy of his, and I am not sure if it is all online talk, or if he has met these very real people that have agreed to "poz" him. I do know that he has had unprotected group sex in the past, and has asked me to have group sex with him. Rather than taking no action, I want to help him, but not sure how. Not only does his lifestyle of unprotected group sex need to change, but his mentality of actually wanting HIV needs to change.
He discloses that he is gay and living with HIV infection. After repeatedly watching it, I decided to conduct a study founded on my own confusion. Are there really other men out there like Doug with stories of seeking HIV on purpose?
Bug Chaser Personals take members to meet men who enjoy risk taking inside and outside of the bedroom. According to their statement below the site's page, HIV is not a taboo like it was decades ago and now there are treatments and drugs which slow down the disease's progress which allow one to have a normal - and love life as well. Alarming Growth of "Bug Chasers" A leading scientist has expressed alarm at a trend in the Western world in which gay men use social networks to seek HIV-carrying sex partners in order to get infected. Bug Chasers are often motivated by a desire to secure life-long medical care and social welfare benefits. Another Web site in the United States promotes the idea and have more than 5, registered members.