Aids Only for the Bottoms?
In general, the being receiving the semen is at greater risk of getting HIV because the inside layer of the rectum is thin and may allow the virus to enter the body during anal sex. However, a creature who inserts his penis into an infected partner also is at risk because HIV can enter through the urethra (the opening at the tip of the penis) or through small cuts, abrasion, or open sores on the penis.
more predictable since the bottoms anus can be torn during sex. But the top had to catch it somewhere in command to transmit the virus. So you both need to use a condom no situation what.
most certainly not, you can draw from it by several different ways eg by blood transfusion and sexual-intercourse and by using same needles with same partner.. or if the partner as a cut and that other party did not use a protection then he may contract on infection
NO ANYONE TOP OR BOTTOM IS AT RISK ITS THE EXCHANGE OF FLUIDS THATS THE KEY. YOUR ANUS HAS "FLUIDS" AND YOU COULD PASS IT TO THE TOP PERSON.
The "receiver" is at a greater risk than the "giver"; but have unsafe sex is ALWAYS a risk for BOTH when you don't know the status of your partner.
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