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Author Topic: Challenges of sex with a magnetic couple  (Read 33 times)

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Offline OTownPro3179

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Challenges of sex with a magnetic couple
« on: Yesterday at 11:42:17 PM »
Hi all,
I'm brand new to this forum so I'll do a quick intro. Was diagnosed two years ago after being in a magnetic relationship; my ex (who was UD) somehow transmitted it to me even through safe sex. Been on ART since then and as far as all the labs show I'm in excellent shape and my immune system is chugging along fine.
So I've been dating this guy (negative obviously) for several months and we have awesome chemistry. He's been with other guys who've been diagnosed and educated himself, so telling him about my status was uneventful. The challenge (for me) is having sex; I'm the top in the relationship. To my (pleasant) surprise he initiated having sex without condoms and we've done it that way since. I learned later on that he's allergic to latex, but I think he made that call because he wanted us to be closer to each other when he have sex. However that's had one troubling side effect- Ive never had to pull out and most of the time I just can't get off. I've always either worn a condom (so I could cum in the condom) or been with my ex (came inside him). Is this something I should discuss with him? I feel a little selfish doing so but it is bothering me.

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Re: Challenges of sex with a magnetic couple
« Reply #1 on: Today at 12:33:17 AM »
You did not mention whether he is on PrEP, if he is not and has access to such treatment it may be worthwhile to speak to a physician to see if it is an option for him.  Just as an added protection to lower transmission risk since you are not having protected sex at this time and he is the receptive partner putting him at a higher risk as well.


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