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Please contact me (or call 07867672229) with your requests and I will try my best to link you up with a compatible escort in my contacts. Please make clear:

  • Your status – HIV/Hep and viral load as recently measured.
  • Your escort partner status requirements – HIV/Hep.
  • Your escort partner HIV treatment requirements – PrEP (if -), ART (if +) and viral load.

Please also bear in mind that given the effectiveness of ART in controlling viral load and making the patient virtually noninfectious for HIV – status itself may be of very little importance, or even counter-intuitive. By seeking receptive anal sex with males whose last test returned negative, you may be putting yourself at higher risk of transmission, since viral load tends to be significantly higher in the new infection period before HIV specific antibodies are produced (about 6 months after infection). It is the antibody test that you and your partner/s will be given in your local GUM clinic or Doctor’s office for your routines. Factoring in 3 months for testing interval, you may have been HIV infectious for 9 months before knowing it.

Establishing that your partner is on ART or PrEP is the best way of avoiding transmission of HIV if high-risk activities are desired. If he is HIV+, it will also be useful to establish that he has a recent undetectable viral load or is otherwise negligible (it can reasonably be said that the HIV infection is in drug-induced remission or dormant). Otherwise, a very recent high-accuracy test such as the RNA test sometimes used in the porn industry may be helpful in firming up a “negative”. Even this test still suffers from potential 4-week infectious period before a person tests positive, so when it comes to high risk activities, a person’s drug regime is far more important than their claimed status.

Opinion – Advertising of bareback gay escorts

Since this page is collecting a lot of the search traffic for bareback gay escorts, I felt I had to justify its existence. I have noticed that despite the obvious prevalence of barebacking, some online directories allow a disclaimer and some don’t. None of them, however, are structured to bring about the sharing of information crucial to establishing compatibility between customer and provider – which is often glossed over as embarrassing or inconvenient. This allows a number of misconceptions to take root:

  • Casual use of catch-all prejudicial terminology such as “clean” and “disease free” in association with escorts offering bareback services. Any male engaged in regular unprotected anal sex can’t guarantee that he is negative, and may indeed have a massive viral load if he is newly infected with HIV. Often, this is exactly how HIV is transmitted.
  • There are some live adverts for UK bareback providers that use the kind of language above in a particularly cynical way to reassure men who may be naive/bi-curious and in relationships with unsuspecting partners. Some advertisers have two profiles offering safe only and bareback services. I aim to reduce the prevalence of these practices.
  • General prejudice surrounding male sex workers who offer bareback. Customers who refuse to contact a provider on the basis that a he is offering bareback as a service. In reality, any rational decision to offer this service is likely to be coupled with a conscious risk aversion strategy, including regular testing and use of pharmaceutical drugs as a preventative or treatment. You might be surprised just how many sex workers who advertise as safe only will happily go without protection with special customers and random hook ups. They tend to be less aware of risks, active risk reduction and have an all-or-nothing approach thereto.
  • Ignorance of risk-reduction strategies once the decision not to use protection has been made. These include awareness of status, use of lubricants, use of cheap generic drugs as preventatives.
  • Lazy assumptions – i.e. since it is not talked about, any escort offering bareback must be negative (PrEP) or HIV+ and noninfectious therefore “safe” because he is on ART. If the escort is actually status-ignorant and newly infected/infectious, this assumption could easily lead to a new infection.
  • Fetishisation of HIV transmission and status rape fantasies – a small minority of men who seek infection or seek to infect with HIV – this links up well with the below section on deviant behaviour and fetishism.

Opinion – Barebacking as a deviant culture

Deviant cultures, by their very nature, define themselves in opposition to the prescribed norms of their time – what is held to be desirable in polite, public discourse. It is perhaps appropriate then, that on the back of gay liberation/assimilation, antiretroviral therapy and sexual health awareness, subsets of the community are feeling the need to form new subcultures that fetishise aspects of identity and “deviant acts”. Rooted in the risk and edginess of said “act”, the barebacking fetish (as made popular) is more akin to a degradation fantasy, where an actor’s mental awareness of their own deviant desires and behaviours is a crutch for psychological pleasure. In a strange way, public health awareness campaigns create their own problems by circulating a standard discourse that is ripe for antagonism by those who are attracted to “sexual deviance”.

“I do it because it feels better” is perhaps the biggest lie told by bareback fetishists (not necessarily barebackers) to themselves and others. Among homosexuals forty or more years ago, anal penetration would not have been seen as a necessity for either physical pleasure or an invigorating awareness of one’s own deviance (for the latter, the mere act of seeking a contact sufficed). Even against the backdrop of our current anal fixation, masturbation, oral copulation, even frottage are often cited by gay men as more realistic ways of achieving climax. The repeated use of the term “open-minded” in relation to barebacking fetishism is another misnomer (as it is with most “sex” drug use). For one to be tittilated by the sheer deviance or risk of an “act”, or a fear of guilt, their desire must be underpinned by an inculcation of, or reference to social orthodoxy, in this instance – social conservative norms. Whilst it may be open-minded to entertain a wider range of possibilities, the basis for the fetish itself is a form of narcissism in which body pleasure is erased, and an awareness of one’s own deviance and “dirtiness” forms the basis for psychological fulfilment – see for example the popularity of death symbolism in bareback gay porn. I fear that this narcisissm – a focus more on relationships between social identities – archetypes – and the performance of acts, is indicative of a wider problem throughout gay culture and the western world. Children are developing their identities in reaction to dictates laid down by the dominant culture (now a secular form of “liberal” social conservatism); the problematisation of body pleasure and the stratifying dogmatism of social sciences, sexological gaze, medicalising discourse, identity politics, etc.

Opinion – Is the clamour among some parts of the gay community for publicly funded PrEP justified?

As can be seen above, I have shared a link to a website where users can gain access to generic PrEP, without prescription, at a significantly discounted price when compared to the in-patent version of the same drug. These drugs basically prevent the transmission of HIV if used correctly. The wider this information is spread, the less the taxpayer will be burdened by the crippling cost of antiretroviral therapy on the NHS (and the ever-questionable symbiotic relationship between arms of government and the pharma industry). Proponents of PrEP as a publicly funded treatment often claim that despite its cost (at the time of writing, approaching X10 the drug-cost before proposed renegotiation), it passes cost benefit analyses – with the benefits being reduced antiretroviral therapy costs down the line. This assumes precedence over other treatments that also pass the cost-benefit, and also assumes that members of society are not, or should not be fully capable of realising the end benefits of this treatment by making their own interventions (at drastically reduced monetary costs). This to me, sounds rather illiberal – given just how much funding PrEP would cost the NHS compared to individual actors – and is the main philosophical reason why I am not for it. Expedience, however – is perhaps a better reason, i.e. that it is simply the wrong time to be asking for this public funding windfall. Whilst PrEP is not specifically a “gay” treatment, it’s uptake is strongly biased towards men who seek casual encounters with other men – public perception merely exaggerates this. Whilst the sheer volume of stigma-laden untruths still banded about on the subject of HIV may be frustrating, a clamour for public funding runs the risk of being seen as using the gay card to agitate for special treatment – and may therefore not be expedient at this time.

Focus should instead be on the circulation of information, and pressure must be put on governments to produce or permit the supply of much needed, cut-price generic drugs, bypassing the patent-holder pharmaceutical industry regardless of the perceived risks. And if we are to request tax money to innovate and/or produce a life-saving treatment, then surely the way we spend it should be comparable to a subsidised open-source technology rather than a rights-holding corporate model? Perhaps a radical overhaul of the pharma industry is what we should really be asking for.

1 Comment

  1. Dominic 30th November 2018

    I agree with this
    I do offer my services as a passive male but SAFE SEX ONLY

    Dominic
    07415 002067

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