Surprisingly, I instead grew up to become an openly gay psychologist and sexologist. Most days you can find me working in my central London office helping my patients with a variety of complex mental health, sexual and relationship issues. I love my job, but like any job it does come with challenges. Recently, a young man came to see me for issues around a conversion party he was invited to.
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Your response to the story below has been amazing, and we appreciate your comments. But some of them have been troubling, and I have decided that I should explain a bit more about myself and about the story. The true prevalence of the phenomenon of bug chasing is nearly impossible to ascertain, due to laws maintaining the privacy of medical records and the fact that many people do not disclose to their doctors how they became HIV-positive. But there are more people in the bug-chasing community than many of us ever imagined, as my investigation below clearly shows. Some may just be fantasizing, but many are indeed willing to go through with the fantasy. This is not sensationalism to me. On a personal note, I actually have known several bug chasers and have had HIV-positive friends who have been approached by them. I have also had relatives and friends who have died of AIDS or who have nearly died of it. The story of the bug-chasing subculture is one that we should all take a closer look at and learn about. Even one bug chaser or gift giver can do a lot of damage.
An Undercover Look Inside the World of HIV Bug Chasers and Gift Givers
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Search Search. Menu Sections. I'm I've been HIV-poz for seven years and am very healthy. Been having a hard time meeting guys who can handle the situation. Looking for poz guys who are comfortable with the HIV virus in their bodies. I n the Eighties the emergence of the Aids virus shocked the world. The gay community was seen to be particularly vulnerable. Many portrayed Aids as a virus that could eventually wipe out mankind. Much has changed, and Aids and HIV are no longer perceived as gay-only problems.