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The boy was 20 and he told me drunk on the night bus home.
He fitted an ignorant man’s HIV stereotype: he was a ketamine-sniffing rentboy, living with a sugar daddy in West Hampstead.
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After he told me his status that night, I said: “Sure, we’ll just use condoms.” The next day I lay curled up on my bed, trying to slow down my thoughts.
I knew something about HIV from the magazines and GMFA flyers, and that if somebody came inside you that was a big risk.
A lovely lady at the other end of the phone carefully but clearly explained: “No, babe.” Yet his status was why I didn’t call up the boy again.
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Dating is a fun business but as in any other subject you must be cautious about many things.
But I wasn’t absolutely clear about other methods of transmission.
I remember phoning up the NHS Direct helpline, telling them I’d had my tongue up this boy’s ass, and asking whether I needed PEP.