Much has been written and calculated about the transmission risk HIV
negative folks face with positive, negative or indeterminate partners.
But what if you know you’re positive and worry about infecting a
negative partner? With the help of our very own sexpert, Perry N.
Halkitis, PhD, POZ combed through the University of California San
Francisco’s online vault of the latest research to chart the odds of
infection in the absence of protection. Although some of
these numbers seem low, they don’t guarantee condom-free Eden. Many
factors, including uncontrolled viral load, the presence of other
sexually transmitted infections and rough sex, can increase the
likelihood of transmitting HIV. Feeling lucky?
If you’re positive, not using condoms and you are the…