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A dangerous new trend, in which teenagers have unprotected orgies with HIV carriers, is reportedly on the rise in Barcelona.
Never judgmental (one section is entitled “Shame, Guilt, and Other Nonsense”), Hasler encourages teens to take ownership of their bodies, make informed decisions, and get help when necessary, especially if they think they have an STD: “Don’t sit around . Much like Russian roulette, the sex parties are aimed at people who want to add an element of danger to their carnal connections, by inviting (at least) one ‘secret’ HIV carrier to the group.The trend, which is apparently practised by people of all sexualities, echoes the equally contentious ‘bugchasing’ movement; where gay men actively pursue the virus for sexual pleasure. For example, while some of these orgies are exclusive only to HIV carriers, others “offer blue tablets” that are supposed to prevent the contraction of the virus.“Going to sex roulette parties is about the risk, partygoers think the higher the risk, the stronger the thrill,” says psychosexual therapist Kate Moyle.“In the case of sex parties the intense high is as you combine orgasm with high adrenaline.“These are non-prescription drugs in Spain and therefore bought on the black market,” French radio channel explains.
According to Barcelona’s Hospital Clinic – which is currently treating around 100 HIV carriers a day – the rise of ‘sex roulette’ has also been linked to a spate of other sexual diseases in the city; including hepatitis C, chlamydia, and gonorrhea.
She uses slang teens will most likely be familiar with, as well as technical terminology ("blue balls" and "vasocongestion").
The questions from teens at the end of each chapter will be of particular interest to readers, and the author's answers often serve to dispel commonly held myths.
“We’ve become victims of our own success when it comes to treatment,” explains AVERT’s news officer, Caitlin Maron.
“HIV treatment is much more accessible and effective in this era, and people living with HIV are living healthier lives and into old age.
It has also been connected to the notable decline in the amount of young people who are concerned with catching HIV (stats reveal that 24 per cent of 15-25-year-olds are “not afraid” of the virus).