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Elmon Tshikhudo. School teacher Tshilidzi Ndevana, known as "Poison", who is organising bloody bare fist fights in Venda, is unfazed about safety fears that fighters could risk being infected with HIV-Aids. Ndevana, a father of five children, who has been a bare knuckles fighter since the age of five, is now promoting the sport which is a rave in Gaba, Venda.
Too much knowledge can sometimes be a dangerous thing. A reader once wrote to me to ask why, if HIV isn't spread by casual contact, healthcare providers are told to always wear gloves when dealing with HIV-positive patients and prison guards are told to wear them when breaking up fist fights. He wondered if the general public was being misled about the true danger of HIV transmission.
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Hi, I had a fight with a female african escort todayshe told me she was high on cocaine. I am saying she is a high risk cause she's an escortdrug user and as far as I know statistically HIV is more common in people from Africa The fight lasted for 15 mins since she was so high and would not leave my room. After the fightI checked my self and found multiple scratches that were bleeding that I guess were from her nails.
Fighting is considered a low-to-no risk activity for the passing of HIV; it has a potential for HIV transmission because there could be an exchange of bodily fluids, but generally speaking there is not. So, unless both parties were actively bleeding from this interaction and a lot of blood was involved which had direct access to your blood stream, transmission this way is highly unlikely. Another reason why fighting is considered low risk because the HIV virus dies very quickly when exposed to the air.
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Sometimes, either because your manhood or womanhood is questioned, or because there's literally no other way out, you'll have to put your dukes up and fight. It's not about winning or losing the fight — although that would be nice — but more about proving you can stand up for yourself. If you want to win a fist fight, potentially against someone bigger, stronger, and more experienced than you, follow these simple rules.