Tag Archives: undetectable

Confusion and Contradiction is part of the HIV non prevention strategy

By | 24th January 2021

Do you ever read articles, tweets, facebook posts from the gay ill health sector and feeling utterly confused in what they are saying, how they are saying it and what it all means? Politically correct language which offers no advice, guidance and is contradictory when you think about it? Well confusion and contradiction is part… Read More »

Lies, Deceit and Manipulation – The toxic environment the gay ill health created

By | 18th July 2020

Think of how many times as gay men we have been burnt by liars, deceivers and manipulators, sometimes called “players”. Gay men who will do or say anything to get what they want, whether that be socially, financially or in the bedroom. Gay men who manipulate so skillfully by psychological means that the victim doubts… Read More »

Raw is the Law. How the gay ill health sector destroyed gay mens sexual health

By | 4th February 2020

How have we got to the point in 2020 where young gay men feel the need to take powerful medication, meant originally to treat HIV positive men, and use it as a way of having unprotected “condomless” sex to stop the anxiety of being infected with HIV and to feel  “liberated”? We have read tweets… Read More »

Undetectable=Untransmittable. A human right to demand “condomless” sex?

By | 1st February 2020

The politically correct woke bareback agenda is in full flow in 2020s thanks to  the gay (ill)health sector. Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) is potentially a wonderful advance. HIV+ gay men take their meds daily and have a low viral load which means they are looking after their health. Unfortunately U=U has become entwined with a  bareback agenda;… Read More »

Dr Lovelace our Politically Correct gay ill health agony aunt answers email from a cheating barebacker

By | 7th August 2019

Today Doctor Lovelace, a politically correct agony aunt, joins GMAP from a failing gay media outlet. She offers non judgemental, non stigmatising advice to the distraught gay bareback community that the gay ill health sector have created. Dear Dr Lovelace I love my boyfriend dearly but I just can’t help being a liberated fabulous slut… Read More »

How the gay ill health “experts” mislead us on condoms effectiveness for HIV prevention

By | 28th July 2019

The gay (ill) health “experts” love to undermine the effectiveness of condoms in HIV prevention. It’s part of their product replacement strategy and bareback agenda to get more gay men taking PrEP as the preferred HIV prevention method. Their aim is to instil fear, anxiety and doubt that condoms will not be enough to stop… Read More »

HIV negative stigma, condom stigma and the poz privileged elite who dictate the narrative of HIV prevention

By | 27th May 2019

Have you noticed that HIV positive gay men are disproportionally represented within the gay health sector? That due to political correctness those who failed to keep themselves safe from HIV now dictate to HIV negative gay men on HIV prevention and how to conduct their sex lives. The narrative of the poz privileged elite  is… Read More »

The fear and stigma propaganda doesn’t make any sense

By | 28th October 2018

The PrEPsters specialise in telling half the story. But, increasingly, gay men see right through it. Let’s consider this Twitter exchange. Here at GMAP we believe that a small focused roll-out of PrEP is sufficient. It should be aimed at gay men who have a chaotic life. Men who are out of control and really… Read More »

The virtuous HIV+ gay man who can’t possibly do any wrong – and other dangerous myths

By | 9th July 2018

Dr Michael Brady from Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) writes “To be honest I find it hard to believe that someone with HIV would lie about whether or not they are undetectable. One thing I’m sure of is the last thing someone living with HIV would want to do is to pass it on to someone… Read More »

There is no such thing as a “combination” approach to gay mens sexual health

By | 26th June 2018

The NHS is very clear, safer sex is using a condom. It’s that simple. For gay men, testing for HIV and STIs should happen on a 6 or 12 monthly basis, but testing is never a “prevention” strategy. It won’t keep you the individual safe from HIV or STIs. Testing is more about a collective… Read More »