So I have made some very extensive research about the ways how HIV can infect you, and yet again I am totally shocked over this one particular form: kissing.
There are more than 30 million infected people out there and there is only one case where the actual infection happened through kissing, and even there the circumstances are questionable.
I know that it is in the best interest of humanity to be extra very careful about HIV, and I support every action that aims to stop it, but I think the media turned it into sort of a "good story".
We all know the regular ways of HIV infection: unprotected vaginal and anal sex, oral sex, needles, blood transfusion, and whatnot, but seriously now... kissing?
When did this all start? Why does the media shout it everywhere as if it was a fact that yes, kissing is a valid and totally normal way to get infected with HIV if it is in fact not?
Now I am not aware about the situation in America, but here in Hungary there is a panic-wave about kissing in the gay communities.
Is that truly so dangerous to kiss someone that you should go and get yourself tested?
Can't you just go home and sleep, because it dogs you and haunts your sleep that you might be infected because he may have had a bleeding wound in his mouth but you didn't notice?
Last time I dated I have kissed the guy and his lips broke and started bleeding.
I didn't notice. Should I wait for 3 months and get tested? Because if that is a valid way of infection than I will. But honestly speaking, I don't want to live like this anymore. Watching my every step, analyzing a certain event to the deepest details to find a way and validate my fears.
I can't go on like this. Should I give up dating completely? There is nothing in the world I want more than finding someone I match with, but it seems like something always happens to fuck things up.
I just wanted a normal, simple kiss. BANG, his fucking lips are so sensitive he can't handle it so it breaks and starts bleeding. Fuck you Adam, get some more nightmares for trying to be happy.
that's all. Sorry for being the drama queen again, I just had to put this down.