Posted August 24, 2018 06:31:31When you’re planning a night out, you might want to avoid the naked date.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there have been more than 2,000 reported cases of HIV in Florida.
The CDC has warned of the risks associated with the practice.
But according to a survey conducted by The Atlantic, a website that focuses on HIV prevention, a majority of men in Florida are not concerned about the risk.
“The biggest issue for people with HIV is not going to the bathroom naked, it’s going to bed alone,” said the survey’s lead author, Dr. Richard Lusardi.
Lusardi said that many men are unaware of the risk and often ignore it.
“A lot of men are not aware that HIV can be transmitted by nakedness, or that they can contract HIV in bed,” he said.
“There are people that are really afraid of getting HIV, but they’re not worried about it,” he added.
“I’ve been getting lots of calls from men that are scared of going to sleep alone, but don’t know what else to do.”
There are several precautions that can be taken if you are going to a naked date in Florida, and some of the suggestions are outlined in this guide.
“Naked dates are a good place to get tested, but it’s important to check the person is tested regularly and to take care to avoid unprotected sex,” Lushardt said.
Here are some tips for the best night out with a naked partner in Florida:Before you head to the beach, make sure you are up-to-date on your status with your HIV medication, and your treatment.
You should get tested for HIV every 6 months or once a year, depending on the medications you’re taking.
If you have a medication you’re not on, you can use a test that will tell you how many times you’ve had the medication.
If the medication is inactivated, you’ll have to wait until you’re tested again before you can have sex.
Before you go out, make a list of things to bring that night.
You might want a list with dates, movies, and other things you can keep to yourself.
“Don’t leave anything that’s important for the night,” Lussardi said.
“Make sure you have it in your wallet, and make sure your phone has a backup of the night.”
Be prepared to go through security.
You might want something to hang on to, but not everything needs to be in a bag or a purse.
Lussardi recommends taking the following precautions if you’re going to go out:• Bring a condom, an extra set of latex gloves, and a spare pair of latex panties.• Keep your underwear at home.• Don’t have sex in public.• Get tested every six months.
If you are planning a naked night out in Florida and need more tips on how to take precautions, visit this link.