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For focus and clarity, this discussion will singularly focus on HIV. However, there is a general misconception that there are little to no health risks associated with topping, but a good top knows that he has to think about his sexual health and safety just like any bottom out there.In fact, the top’s sexual health is probably the most important, as his status is what could place the bottom at risk for HIV transmission.)Last Father’s Day, I think I bought “Bob Dylan: Behind the Shades Revisited,” and an empty MTM 380/9MM 100 Round Flip-Top Ammo Box I found on Ebay. An attempt at creativity, but of course he already owned two copies. Per my mom’s instructions; apparently he collected them. Over time, he’d turned most hobbies into income streams.A poet, musician, archivist for Harley Davidson and professor of English and Rock and Roll History, he was a minor celebrity in Milwaukee. Plus scrapbooking makes me want to find a tall building to leap from or a skewer to stick in my eye.Once again, a bottom who is HIV-positive can protect himself from transmitting by consistently taking their HIV medication and staying in care.The Perfect Top/Bottom Dynamic If you are a gay man, you may have a position preference, but chances are you will change it up every now and then.
(Popular myth: If an HIV-positive guy is always the bottom, he will never transmit the virus.) Risk: Simply put, a gay man who bottoms is more at risk for HIV.
As a bottom, you can negotiate condom use, but your partner is the one who wears the rubber.