Haemosexual

Haemosexual Australia: Health & Political News

Haemosexual Australia Health & Political News Seeking gay and bisexual men in NSW to participate in this year’s survey. Findings are used to guide HIV and sexual health programs. If you are a gay or bisexual man who lives in Australia, we would like you to complete the Gay Community Periodic Survey. Taking part involves completing an anonymous online questionnaire […]

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Von Willebrand Disease: the Under-the-Radar Bleeding Disorder

Constant nosebleeds, persistent bruising and super-heavy periods are signs you shouldn’t dismiss. By Lisa Esposito | Staff Writer Oct. 7, 2016, at 10:03 a.m.   Von Willebrand Disease: the Under-the-Radar Bleeding Disorder This common bleeding disorder affects up to 1 percent of the U.S. population. (GETTY IMAGES) You’ve probably heard of hemophilia – with its history among European royalty – but maybe not about von […]

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No Sex we’re British

* Having a bleeding disorder doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy sex. Have fun and bear in mind that there is nothing you can’t do. *We would always recommend using a condom Cum Some men with a bleeding disorder can occasionally have blood in their cum, called haemospermia. This can be worrying for both you, and the guy you’re with. […]

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Stonewall

Stonewall Bar 1969 07-02-69. Disturbance on Sheridan Square, NYC. Scenes at Christopher St. and 7th Ave. South with police trying to clear crowds. Pictured, Stonewall Inn which was raided one day last week.(Larry Morris/The New York Times)         The Stonewall Riots 1969, 28th June Just after 3 a.m., a police raid of the Stonewall Inn–a gay club […]

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Sexual Health – Pubic Lice

Pubic lice         Introduction Pubic lice (Phthirus pubis) are tiny parasitic insects that live on coarse human body hair, such as pubic hair. More commonly known as Crabs. As well as being found in pubic hair, the lice are also sometimes found in:   . Underarm and leg hair . Hair on the chest, abdomen and back […]

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Drugs – Benzos

Benzodiazepines Benzos, temazies, jellies, eggs, moggies, vallies   Benzies are used to both counter the effect of ‘uppers’ like cocaine, speed and E and “downers” like heroin and booze.   Benzodiazepines are doctor-prescribed drugs for reducing stress and anxiety, promoting calmness, relaxation and sleep and as anti-depressants.     Examples include:   Estazolam (ProSom)   Flurazepam (Dalmane)   Quazepam (Doral) […]

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Drugs – Acid

LSD or acid (Tabs, trips, blotters, microdots)   Acid is a powerful hallucinogenic drug that alters your perception of the outside world.     Acid can turn you into a gibbering, giggling wreck, make the world seem like a magical place, and in one sublime experience, even make Cardiff City’s football ground look like the San Siro stadium.   During […]

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Is Anybody There?

Have you ever thought you are the only man with a bleeding disorder who thinks about, has had or wants to have sex with men? Well, that is not the case and you are certainly not alone. Research suggests there are approximately 10,000 men living with a bleeding disorder in the UK, with approximately 800+ having had some form of […]

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Personal Safety and Awareness

  Living with a bleeding disorder doesn’t automatically make you a target. Technology, such as the internet and mobile phone apps have made life a lot easier to meet people. Some might just be looking for one off, random sexual encounters. Some want more such as a “fuck-buddy” or a relationship, each bringing their personal demands and pressures. This technology […]

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Sexually Transmitted Infections

If you have sex without a condom you could be at risk from the following: STI’s like Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Herpes, Chlamydia or NSU (non-specific urethritis) Viral infections like HIV and Hepatitis   Some infections can also be transmitted during oral sex and by non-penetrative genital-to-genital contact, such as Genital Warts, Gonorrhoea A lot of people with STI’s do not feel […]

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