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This is difficult for me to write and maybe for you to read. The next worst will be the day we bury you from AIDS." Much has changed since then. My mother said, softly, "This is the worst day of our lives.More open disclosure can lead toward better, more informed, and safer sex.It would also go far toward removing some of the shame we have toward the disease.To get there, we need to do more to encourage HIV-positive and HIV-negative gay men to openly discuss their status and risk online and to create a dialogue that supports both HIV-positive and HIV-negative people who are working through the difficult challenge of being in relationships with each other.For Those Who Are HIV-Negative (or Think They Are) We need to address our own fears and shame around HIV and do it in concert with other people, both HIV-positive and HIV-negative.I've always known you can't get HIV through kissing (it's a simple, safe activity), but the irrational mind is powerful.

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After all, we don't tolerate racist profiles or verbal harassment.We need to let our HIV-positive friends know we are available to discuss status and safe sex openly.Rather than spending time writing things like "neg for neg" in an online profile, we need to clue people in that we are ready to have a more informed discussion around risk and transmission.I know plenty of HIV-negative guys who are comfortable sleeping freely with strangers they believe or assume to be negative, but the moment someone discloses that they are positive, they lock the door, paralyzed by fear and discrimination.In the gay world, we can be sensitive to straight people criticizing or judging us, but there is an amazing amount of hypocrisy and elitism in our own backyard, much of it a result of fear and misinformation.Only by being honest with ourselves about our fears and our demons can we begin to overcome our own prejudices.