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  1. I've always wanted to have a hole in the back and get fucked through a soggy diaper.
  2. I may not be able to fully relate since I have other uses for ketchup, and bananas upset my stomach, but it seems what you are describing may be a desire to be part of the fantasy. You see these guys as fakes, and they are in every sense bad actors as they present a parody of masculinity. Even though they are fake (or because you know they are fake) you want to play and be part of the show. And, if you participate, you become the center of the show. You become the object of their attention which gives you the opportunity to show off your experience. You may be looking at these guys, subconsciously thinking: "these guys are clueless amateurs. Let me show them how a professional really acts."
  3. Yeah it can be annoying and somewhat random when someone wants to chat in the middle of a blowjob, It's like he just finished reading a book on how to make small talk and picks that exact moment to try it out. What I give as a response depends on the guy, and my mood. If it's someone I like and might want to spend more time with, I'll give (relatively) real answers, but I usually give vague replies, and sometimes I'll make up something. Like, if someone asks where I live I'll point in some random direction and say, "Over that way." Some guys get that I don't want to talk about it, but some will actually turn and look. That's when I just laugh to myself and think: "Dumb ass. Just hold still and let me make you cum."
  4. I hated Triumeq. I was only on it for a few months and suffered through nightmares, constant headaches, blurred vision, muscle tremors and inability to concentrate. Also had a drop in CD4 count. My doctor filed an incident report on the side effects and switched me back to Atripla.
  5. I find it's bad luck to question the mythic origins of past posts. In my opinion, it's not a matter of women being offensive or disgusting, rather, finding straight content in the gay section is more like the frustration of getting Rick-rolled. You come to the site for discussions on gay topics and find I just want to tell you how I'm feeling ... Gotta make you understand Never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down Never gonna run around and desert you Never gonna make you cry, never gonna say goodbye Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you ... 🎶
  6. Moderator's Note: I split this off from the thread about Less Obvious Details That Turn You On. It seemed like a good topic on it's own, and I didn't want the other thread to get derailed. I tend to find some of those "less obvious" elements to be distracting. For example, I watched a movie several time because there was an abstract painting over the bed but the camera angles only showed a portion of it. I had to watch it over again just so I could find a clear establishing shot to see the whole picture. Yesterday I was at an ABS. There were only a couple people in the theater so I actually sat and jerked to the movie. The movie was pretty hot but in the back of my mind I was thinking that the bedspread was one of the ugliest I'd ever seen. So yeah, I can sit and watch a movie of hot guys fucking and spend the whole two hours critiquing set design. Does that mean I'm gay?
  7. Actually, faceload gave a perfectly good answer to the topic of the thread (in his first post anyway -- the follow up definitely got off topic). Pretty much everyone answered the topic as if the question was: Is the word "faggot" derogatory, and do you like it? In his answer, faceload basically says yes it's derogatory and then explains why he gets off on it. His reasoning does not have to be factual, and you don't have to like his answer any more than you have to like the word "faggot". Regardless, it's still a valid answer. The word "faggot" has always been derogatory. It's not like the "N" word that is a bastardization of another word. For that reason, it would be possible for the "N" word to be reclaimed to mean something synonymous to the original word. But faggot was always a slur. You can accept it, or discard it,
  8. An Expiration date on a medication is an arbitrary point to which the manufacturer guarantees potency. It doesn't mean that past that point the drug will be less effective, it just means they haven't studied it long enough to assume the liability of guaranteeing it for longer. That said, how a drug is stored can effect its potency. For example, an unopened bottle that's kept dry and at a cool room temperature can last decades with no change to the drug. Once the bottle is open, it becomes exposed to air and humidity and may start to degrade so the general guidance is that, once it's opened, it should be used within a year. But again, that's arbitrary, and if it's stored reasonably well, it's probably going to last for several additional years without any degradation. So, if you are going to use it within 6 month of the expiration (another arbitrary number) it would most likely still be as effective as when it was manufactured. If you have doubts about it, ask your doctor or pharmacist. They will probably tell you the official policy, but then tell you that in reality, it's not going to be a problem, just use it up as soon as you can.
  9. IF there is one good thing to come out of this situation, there may be a general decrease in communicable diseases. The guidance given to prevent the spread of corona virus is pretty much standard advice for preventing everything else: wash your hands, sanitize surfaces, keep some distance, avoid touching your face, and cover your nose and mouth. Most people haven't followed that advise because ... you know ... "it's just a cold". But when it comes to something potentially deadly, more people are prone to listen so, hopefully, this may eventually lead to better health for everyone. As for STI's, the way to get rid of them is to push everyone to get tested and get treated. Then it's more fun for everyone.
  10. The best answers to questions on prep are on sites like; [think before following links] https://www.iwantprepnow.co.uk/how-to-take-prep/ For daily prep, it's recommended to start 7 days before having sex. This gives time to build up adequate protection regardless of the type of sex you are having. It also helps in establishing a routine of taking it daily, and gives time for your body to adjust and work through any initial side effects. If you are not having regular sex, you can stop it or take it intermittently. Any time you stop prep you should continue for at least 2 days after the last potential exposure although it is highly recommended to continue at least 7 days. Taking it on an intermittent schedule has the benefit of reduced cost and reduced stress on the body, while maintaining the habit of taking the meds and keeping some level of the meds in your system so when you restart, you are not starting from zero. Two ways to do it is to just take it every other day but the one that gets recommended is to take it on the "T's and S's" so you take it on the the 4 days of the week that start with a T or S. (Don't make me spell them out for you.) The shortest time to prepare for anal sex is "event based dosing". In this scenario, you take a two pill "loading" dose 2 to 24 hours before sex, and then continue with a single pill daily until you have had at least 2 days without sex, but if you just restarted prep, you'd probably just continue with your daily schedule from there.
  11. It would be so ironic if it were found to be effect and all the gay haters started begging to go on prep.
  12. For a long time, I had the same perspective as you -- it reminded me of school, constantly being picked on, slowly eroding self-esteem. But over time, I started to take a more "Princess Bride" approach to the word. (That word you keep using. I don't think it means what you think it means.) You can't hurt someone with a word if they don't accept your meaning. So, if someone calls me a faggot meaning a bitter old queen, then, no thanks, that's not me. But if you use it in the British schoolboy sense of a lower classmate doing tasks for a superior, then I can totally relate to being called a fag while I service a cock with my mouth or ass.
  13. Various color codes have been tried with the hanky code being carried over to wristbands and key fobs. Preppies also wore appropriate colored polo's based on interests. But most codes were regional at best and driven by blatant marketing at worst. Now, there are so many color combinations that it's not practical to try to figure out. Going back to the basic 10 or 12 original colors would probably be a good step to making it usable again. By the way, at one time "bareback" was navy blue with a hole cut out of the middle. 😉
  14. When I was diagnosed I wondered how it would effect hookups, and other interactions, but I wasn't going to lie to anyone, so I created all new profiles that disclosed my status in my name. Before someone clicks on my profile, they already know what my status is and we don't waste each other's time trying to work that out. So with the new profile and reveled status, the number of messages I received increased. All comments I received were positive (no pun intended) and fear of a stigma faded away. I did not want to become POZ, but once I was diagnosed, it was fairly easy for me to adjust to it being a part of me. Having a virus does not define who I am, rather it's the opposite. I determine whether, and by how much, it has an influence in my life. If there has been one positive aspect of becoming POZ, I think it has made me a little more relaxed, a little more open, and a little more accepting of myself and other people.
  15. Personally, my favorite lube is Pjur Backdoor Silicone. Unfortunately it's usually a little more expensive than Gun Oil so it's not going to cut your costs. Spunk is a decent hybrid that is about half the price of a silicon lube. It doesn't last as long as a silicon lube, but you can experiment with applying a base layer of silicon and then top that with a hybrid if needed. That's what I like to fuck with. If I want an all over slippery grungy mess to play in, I'll go for layers of mineral oil and piss.

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