Devon And Hoyt Drinkfest 2007-Mar-15
I feel the need to respond to your comment, damondemon. Whilst I don't personally find water sports arousing, I can appreciate other sexual preferences and prefer to have an open mind. However, the reason I feel compelled to leave a comment is to dispute your claim of 'HIV potential'. I'm a nurse and current research still indicates that the routes of HIV transmission is through unprotected anal and vaginal sex (oral sex carries lower risk), through sharing drugs works and from mother to baby during birth and through breastfeeding. In our developed countries all blood products are screened before used in transfusion, therefore the risk here is practically eliminated altogether. I'd be interested in your theories of how watersprts carries a risk of HIV transmission. I wasn't aware that HIV was present in urine. It certainly isn't indicated during urinalysis...
Devon And Hoyt Drinkfest 2007-Mar-16
Looks like I've started a bit of a debate! I'm not advocating watersports, I just wanted to point out that it isn't high risk behaviour when it comes to HIV transmission as HIV isn't present in urine. I may not be a doctor damondemon, but a nursing degree more than qualifies me to advise you of this.
Alex And Ethan 2007-Apr-02
Damondemon, after all the rantings you posted about watersports and wrongly claiming it carries a risk of HIV, you then go and advocate barebacking. The mond boggles.