Regarding motivations for seeking infection the most frequent response was seeing becoming infected as a thrill, hot, or erotic, as well as seeing the semen through a similar lens.Few respondents identified "getting it over with" as a motivating factor.Nor are there any recalls of Pepsi products due to potential HIV blood contamination.
For the next few weeks do not drink any products from Pepsi, as a worker from the company has added his blood contaminated with HIV (AIDS). Please forward this message to the people who you care. And, of course, any potentially contaminated batches of Pepsi would have now been recalled.
But, in fact, there are no credible news reports whatsoever that confirm the claims in the warning.
While actual activity is the same for both groups the two do not share the same psychology.
Barebackers conceptually have the same motivation as heterosexual couples that use non-barrier methods of birth control (more enjoyable sex), and, in contrast with bugchasers, do not deliberately seek HIV-infected partners.
Even if the food contained small amounts of HIV-infected blood or semen, exposure to the air, heat from cooking, and stomach acid would destroy the virus. A worker from the company has added his blood contaminated with AIDS.. watch NDtv …please 4ward this 2 every 1 u care about…..please spread!
ALERT: JUST HEARD A PEPSI WORKER WHO AS INFECTED WITH HIV WAS PUTTING HIS INFECTED BLOOD INTO THE DAMN POP’S WHILE WORKING IN THE WARE HOUSE AND HE WAS EMPLOYED THERE FOR 5 YEARS! According to a series of breathless warnings that are have been circulating since at least 2011, a worker at Pepsi has been deliberately contaminating bottles of the popular beverage with his own HIV infected blood.Important message from Metropolitan Police to all citizen of United Kingdom. If true, such a story would have been extensively reported by news outlets all around the world.Bugchasers indicate various reasons for this activity.Some bugchasers engage in the activity for the excitement and intimacy inherent in pursuing such a dangerous activity, but do not implicitly desire to contract HIV.Further, their research found that there was substantial variation in intentions to spread HIV (with some not intent on spreading HIV) among those who indicated they were gift givers or bug chasers. Mark Blechner found that some bug chasers were lonely and alienated, and saw HIV as a path to becoming part of a community that elicits public sympathy and caretaking. Michael Roloff attempted to quantitatively explain why bug chasers chase HIV.