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Information on making unsafe sex safer
How to get more out of your bareback sex without ending up with less
Raw and Less Risky? Can it be true?

It is our belief at BarebackHealth.net that those of us who have chosen to enjoy sex without condoms can reduce our risks of catching and transmitting HIV and other STD's, and thereby reduce the potential of danger to ourselves and others. There is always some risk involved in having sex, especially whenever condoms are not used. However, if you take some time to familiarize yourself with the volume of information we've contained in our Health Department below, we feel you'll be in a much better position to make sane decisions regarding how you conduct your sex life!


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All information contained on this website is believed to be true and accurate. Some of the information and advice is controversial in nature and does not coincide with commonly-held beliefs and practices regarding safer sex behaviors. We recommend that each individual decide whether to adhere to the common practices of safer sex, including the use of condoms in every sexual encounter, or adopt as much or as little of the information presented on this website. The author and owner of BarebackHealth.net makes no guarantee that following any or all of the practices suggested will prevent the transmission and/or subsequent acquisition of HIV or any other sexually transmitted disease, nor is it implied that these practices will serve as prevention. The practices outlined in this website are suggestions toward risk reduction only. Risk reduction and prevention are different concepts. Please use your best judgement in deciding what level of risk you are willing to take in any sexual encounter.

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