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However, they are not all created equally. If you have anal sex and then move onto vaginal sex or oral sex you should use a fresh condom to prevent these infections. The age-old binary relationship between the top and the bottom is as simple as it is complex. For a top who is HIV-positive, maintaining an undetectable viral load through consistent use of antiretroviral medication and consistent medical care is the best method of protecting himself from transmitting the virus. If you are a gay man, you may have a position preference, but chances are you will change it up every now and then. This means that if you are the receptive partner often called the 'bottom' you have a higher risk of STIs and HIV from unprotected anal sex than many other types of sexual activity. Be aware that there is a small chance of semen leaking out and dripping into the vagina after anal sex.


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Quite simply, tops have it easy when it comes to gay sex because being a good bottom is no easy job. Please enable it in your browser settings. If your partner is HIV-positive, you are still at risk but that risk is reduced, especially if he is on treatment and undetectable. Deciding whether to have anal sex is a very personal thing. Oil-based lubricants such as lotion and moisturiser can weaken condoms and make them more likely to break.


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Don't use your partner's semen also known as cum as a lubricant. This means that if you are the receptive partner often called the 'bottom' you have a higher risk of STIs and HIV from unprotected anal sex than many other types of sexual activity. If your partner is HIV-positive, you are still at risk but that risk is reduced, especially if he is on treatment and undetectable. In general, condoms do protect against STIs that are spread through body fluids semen, blood and anal or vaginal fluids. A guy who is topping is generally at a lesser risk for HIV than the guy who is bottoming, but both topping and bottoming during unprotected anal sex is considered high-risk behavior. Be aware that there is a small chance of semen leaking out and dripping into the vagina after anal sex. Most Popular on Plus.


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