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I am so happy to see this subject still in the Forum.
I don't want to be a single in a room, but I wonder what will happen if I'm paired with someone I find impossible (or who finds me so -- as if that were possible! Personally I have only ever (and only will ever) have unprotected sex with Pattie, my fiancee and life partner.
You don't have to worry about what the person looks like (in your example you mentioned someone obviously sick or a drug addict). And until the day comes that a person can prick their finger and have their blood tested immediately when they enter these "Glory Hole Houses", I just cannot see them worth the risk. You are an experienced couple who obviously love each other and take the time to enjoy everything that life has to offer.
However, I cannot help but take personal offence to your comment.
"Taking part in this lifestyle" is not always viewed as a "choice" for people.
They feel attracted to the same sex or people of both sexes because they are.
With such prevalent diseases out there, have sex with anyone without getting tested is like playing a game of Russian Roulette.Sex shops here in Canada are few and far between, let alone something like that. As you mentioned, there are way to many risks that you are just not aware of.Yes, you could walk down the street and get hit by car..... " The roulette wheel operator replied, "I don't know. I have seen too many, victims and survivors, go through the devastation of HIV. We can't be to diligent protecting us all from such a danger.
"No offence, but if you are that concerned with safety, why are you on a website like this?