bug chasing

bug chasing

A popular term for practice by an HIV-negative gay male of engaging in sex with HIV-infected individuals in order to contract HIV.
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The reckless practice, known as bug chasing, started in the US as a bizarre means of getting a sexual high from risk-taking.
Bug chasing is so new to Europe it is impossible to say how many men are involved.
Bug chasing is so new to the UK it is impossible to say how many men are involved.
It's a debate, Hogarth says, that gay people need to have, and not because she believes bug chasing is a growing trend.
Bug chasing needs to be addressed, both by the NHS and the education system, so that people are aware of the risks from a young age and receive the help they need if they are feeling compelled to act this way.
Automated Error Prevention focuses on process improvement and automation to prevent software errors over traditional bug chasing methods," said Gary Brunell, Parasoft vice president of professional services.
James Wentzy's documentary, Fight Back, Fight AIDS, evoked ACT UP's lost heyday, while Louise Hogarth's The Gift examined today's horrifying ACT UP antithesis, barebacking and bug chasing.