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We now know that if you’re taking HIV medication and have an undetectable viral load, you cannot pass on HIV.It can take up to six months on treatment to become undetectable.

What is true is that positive men often have trouble disclosing because of the very stigma that results from sensational rumors like this one.Maybe I thought his mannerisms were off-putting, or he might've been a bit too feminine or too masculine for my liking. But then, I stopped talking to someone because they had HIV… The guy told me his status after two relatively successful dates. As I grew more overwhelmed and flustered, he explained we never would have had sex without him revealing his status to me.He didn't have to do that, but as our conversation gradually shifted in the direction of sex, it was bound to come up. I had never met someone who was HIV-positive, and frankly, I knew close to nothing about the disease at all. We had never gotten to the point of anything close to sex, but we did make out in my room. I had been feeling sick the days prior, so was I now infected? And he also explained more about his low strain and how undetectable it was due to the medicine he was on.Let’s give HIV-positive gay men the chance to set the record straight, and break down ten things they would like the rest of us to know, based on research by Queerty writer Mark S. This list may not represent the views of every positive guy, but they definitely echo many of their most common frustrations. All positive guys are not barebacking drug addicts It’s probably human nature to try and find fault in the actions of those becoming infected.If we see them as extremists it helps the rest of us feel more secure in our own choices.

What is true is that positive men often have trouble disclosing because of the very stigma that results from sensational rumors like this one.Maybe I thought his mannerisms were off-putting, or he might've been a bit too feminine or too masculine for my liking. But then, I stopped talking to someone because they had HIV… The guy told me his status after two relatively successful dates. As I grew more overwhelmed and flustered, he explained we never would have had sex without him revealing his status to me.He didn't have to do that, but as our conversation gradually shifted in the direction of sex, it was bound to come up. I had never met someone who was HIV-positive, and frankly, I knew close to nothing about the disease at all. We had never gotten to the point of anything close to sex, but we did make out in my room. I had been feeling sick the days prior, so was I now infected? And he also explained more about his low strain and how undetectable it was due to the medicine he was on.Let’s give HIV-positive gay men the chance to set the record straight, and break down ten things they would like the rest of us to know, based on research by Queerty writer Mark S. This list may not represent the views of every positive guy, but they definitely echo many of their most common frustrations. All positive guys are not barebacking drug addicts It’s probably human nature to try and find fault in the actions of those becoming infected.If we see them as extremists it helps the rest of us feel more secure in our own choices.That's why we use the phrase effective treatment to mean that someone had been taking their treatment as prescribed for at least six months and has an undetectable viral load.