Empty Excuses - The Mi-Mi-Mi Ever
Is it?… Is there a grenade, with the pin pulled…. I gave mine myself ...
(those that everyone already knows)
"I was madly in love".
"He made me crazy".
" I was drunk ".
The great stupidity of this is that, drunk or not, he had an erection and, well ...
"I thought she didn't have HIV, so I had sex without a condom."
"I lost all the people who approached me and I didn't want to lose it either".
”It was a calculated risk.
"It's better without a condom".
"Having sex with a condom is like sucking on paper."
“Putting on the condom is great”!
"It's not funny".
I have listened or invented reasons for an unsafe compromise. Countless of them!
And I created mine for that, and in the * end * I ended up with a reactive result in my hands and six months of survival before me.
All I said was shit multiplied or multiplying shit!
And I receive you here, every day, with similar speeches and some other things that border on the personal offense:
- “It's not for me! It's for my wife and my daughter! Fuck me! ” - Sit in my chair, with the Zap open and read this!
What a shit to hear that right? It is as if they say to me: I am here, almost screwed, but you….
Claudio, you've already hit the rocks just as the tide went down. You're F ***** and it's a Big FDP
Ises use Imagees more use Imagees dawn and from the table form, I hear new apologies similar to them, mine and, in fact, they all always represent the same thing:
Unconsciousness and irresponsibility. And my finger points first to my nose. This long, pointed and incisive nose, which seems to worsen, as well as the ears, is growing
Unsafe sex remains a common practice among heterosexuals, homosexuals and bisexuals. Many people are being infected with HIV. Many of us are dying for accepting this level of insecurity.
We have to change our response to unsafe sexWe have to change our response to unsafe sex and how we communicate to others our ideas about sex.
It is our responsibility!
As individuals and as a community; we must secure our future as humanity. When you are tempted to have unsafe sex you can make one of two choices: you can say yes or no.
An unprotected, insecure sex can be very good, but there can be tremendous risks for one or both partnersAn unprotected, insecure sex can be very good, but there can be tremendous risks for one or both partners. Having sex safely, using condoms, gloves or whatever is necessary, the peace of mind of not having to think is guaranteed:
Did I get HIV?
And it prevents you from looking for one of the above excuses for yourself or making up new excuses, disconnected speeches in the face of reality that, in truth, would not change the damn situation at all. HIV cannot yet be destroyed and, despite all medical advances, AIDS is still a disease that can be fatal.
If a friend tells you that he had sex last night without a condom, there are many answers you can give him. Ask yourself what you would like to hear if you were in his place.
Attentive confrontation is one way to demonstrate that he is at risk, that he is loved, and that you care about him; demonstrate that it is risky behavior, which can have irreversible consequences and, above all, be convinced of this.
Maybe the answer is "what the fuck did you do" "? Maybe it's "do you know the risks you took"?
Perhaps this, the so-called "hotline", serves as a clearer, more concise warning. The only inappropriate response is silence:
Silence. Our silence, in this “social” situation is like death.
In addition to our individual responsibility, we have a responsibility as human beings in relation to humanity, in the broadest and most collective sense of the term, to avoid the spread of HIV throughout the world, for little friends and friends in some way, what is in Sheik is the solution of the continuity of the human race on the planet! And every crazy fuck of us that gets HIV becomes a “HIV test tube”!
It will be from you that that new viral strain will emergethat new viral strain capable of transmitting through the air? Am I saying bullshit?
EVOLUTION ALSO PASSES FOR FREE-ARBITRATION
The dengue mosquito was only able to reproduce in "clean" water. This is no longer the case. Many of us human beings do not seem to evolve! And in the meantime, everything, literally and viscerally, evolves. Including HIV!
The stupid thing: Gay plague!
At the beginning of the epidemic, the gay community was brutally penalized: they were to blamegay community was brutally penalized: they were to blame. They made history by reducing dangerous sexual intercourse as quickly as possible and quickly ceased to be the fastest growing HIV community. And part of their response was to create their own organizations that could help educate, motivate and maintain that success.
But, prevention and fight against AIDS they can not do just this. They can catalyze what we need to do for ourselves. We need to confront what we are doing and the right to seek help if we need it, and to explicitly encourage each other to do the same.
You can go home tonight and spend five minutes thinking about your own level of risk, if you have sex safely, or if you protect your life while you live it.
Sex demands responsibility and, in times of AIDS and Zika, just to quote, Did I catch AIDS is a thought to be avoided!
And only with condoms, PrEp and PEP, in extreme cases, you can talk to three of your friends to try to know how safe and responsible they are when it comes to having sex. And be responsible too or you will live thinking:
Did I get AIDS? Will be? It will be, will it? Did I get AIDS? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!Did I get AIDS? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
And if you're going to have sex tonight, use a condom. Because I did not do it and now
Well, now I'm here typing these things, trying to keep you from doing the same stupid things I did!
We also have a responsibility to get together and change the way we see sexthe responsibility of getting together and changing the way we see sex. We as human beings accomplish immense successes in many areas of our lives and are timid in confronting each other in our simplest needs.
We need to come together. We need to speak openly. We don't need to go back and reinvent prevention; we need to strengthen this. We need to reorganize, reflect on our priorities, and most importantly, reinvent hope.
Hope is what will encourage HIV-positive and HIV-negative men and womenis what will encourage HIV-positive and HIV-negative men and women, heterosexuals, bisexuals and homosexuals to take care of and care for each other, practicing safe sexpracticing safe sex.
Life is worth more than a fuck.
Having safe and responsible sex today, we will be helping not only ourselves, but also all of humanity, in building a world without AIDS ...! Yes, im and yes!
A world without AIDS, without discrimination, without prejudice.
Dan Wohlfeiler, Education Director
Translated and adapted from one of the STOP AIDS pages of the 10 decade of the 21st century
My calm state of despair.
He taught me that it is necessary to participate.
A man can not survive prevented from participating