Controversial new training program by Paul Angelo, Miami’s Gay Matchmaker, offers new insight into how to stay HIV negative forever. Every gay man who wants to stay HIV negative should consider learning how to prepare the mind for the future in an HIV uncertain gay world.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 01, 2012
If peace of mind and staying HIV Negative is one’s goal, Paul Angelo, the gay matchmaker from Miami has a new controversial program that every HIV negative gay man should hear about.
This new controversial program is only available for Angelo’s current customers. Readers may visit Angelo’s website by clicking on the link below:
Staying HIV negative can be challenging for a sexually active gay man over 40. Nearly 20% of gay and bisexual men in 21 large U.S. cities are HIV positive, but more than 40% do not know their status, according to study findings described in the September 24, 2010, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.
According to Angelo, "To remain HIV negative – a typical gay man endures fear and uncertainty that leads to anxiety about sexuality. Sex is not fun any more."
"Barebacking is now the norm rather than the exception. Porn movies will not sell if actors use condoms. HIV Poz men also go "all the way" and rebel against all norms for healthy sexual behavior and venture out into fisting, large sized dildos and the use of poppers.
"What used to be unthinkable is now demonstrated in porn movies, gay bath-houses and eventually makes its way home.
"Safe sex is a joke too. The popularity of barebacking has taken over the gay world and no one is safe any more. Bathhouses in Fort Lauderdale such as "The Club" or "The Slammer" put out at least 20 new HIV Poz men on Saturdays," says Paul Angelo, the gay matchmaker.
"More and more Hiv Poz Men lie about their status. As an example, a gay man on Craigslist will say he is Hiv Neg when his viral load is undetectable. And the NSA (Non Strings Attached) sex is a metaphor for ‘HIV Poz Sex.’" says Angelo.
"Why is this important and why someone should talk about it? Because if a 23 year old or a recently divorced dad who is 45 year old goes out into the gay world, they have only a 30% chance of remaining HIV neg. In some cases they are guaranteed to turn HIV poz," says Angelo, the gay matchmaker.
"In the 70s, sex was fun and easy. And today sexual contact is now associated with diseases, fear and emotional stress."
So, how does a person remain HIV negative forever?
Paul Angelo, Miami’s gay matchmaker introduced a controversial coaching program where he teaches gay men over 40 how to remain HIV negative and how to relax and enjoy sex again.
"First, we know that if a man is a "feeler" from MBTI personality testing, he is more likely to get carried away and engage in unprotected sex. A man who is a ‘thinker,’ someone who decides mostly on logic, will stop and choose to have safe sex even though he is having a great time." says Angelo.
"Basic personality testing and behavioral testing is a must to determine one’s ability to control behavior at times of pleasure. Hoping for the right decision at a time of an emotional ‘high’ is a prescription for becoming Hiv poz," says Angelo.
Because of the controversial and graphic nature of this coaching program, Angelo is unable to provide further details. For more information, readers are asked to visit Angelo’s website at:
About Gay Matchmaker and Gay Relationship Coach Paul Angelo MHA, MBA:
Paul Angelo, originally from Poland, lived in Chicago for 10 years, moved to Miami, quit his job as a health IT manager to become the world’s first gay matchmaker for gay men over 40.
Paul Angelo combines the knowledge of psychology, self-management, strategy, persuasion and communication to help gay men over 40 leverage relationships to live the ultimate lifestyle and live a life that is unlimited in potential.
Since starting in 2009, Angelo has taken on multiple clients that had previously seen no hope for a relationship and within 6 months found a partner and moved in together.
By combining strategy, persuasion and psychology, Angelo helps gay men over 40 see a relationship as a sequence of steps that carry a different requirement and which can be taught to anyone who is willing to learn and change.
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