^Rosenberg, Bernard and Joseph Bensman (1968). “Sexual Patterns in Three Ethnic Subcultures of an American Underclass”. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (376): 70. Risk or no risk, boys are generally hostile to the idea of prophylaxis. One objection is phrased purely in terms of the pleasure principle, most colorfully by a Chicago boy who explains why he never uses anything like a rubber, ‘I tried it once. lt's like riding a horse with a saddle instead of bareback.
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Yep, Gust; Lovaas, Karen; Pagonis, Alex (2002), “The Case of Riding Bareback Sexual Practices and the Paradoxes of Identity in the Era of AIDS”, Journal of Homosexuality42.4 (4): 1–14, ISSN0091-8369, OCLC357369540, PMID12243478, doi:10.1300/j082v42n04_01, Barebacking, the deliberate practice of unprotected anal intercourse, is a new reality for many gay men.
Sharif Mowlabocus, Justin Harbottle and CHarlie Witzel, "What We Can't See? Understanding the Representations and Meanings of UAI [unprotected anal intercourse], Barebacking, and Semen Exchange in Gay Male Pornography", Journal of Homosexuality, vol. 61, no. 10, 2014, pp. 1462–1480.
Hogarth, Louise; Hitzel, Doug, The gift, Dream Out Loud Productions, OCLC55743841, Bản gốc(DVD video) lưu trữ ngày 7 tháng 2 năm 2008, The Gift documents the phenomenon of deliberate HIV infection. The film follows the stories of two ”bug chasers” who sought out ”the gift” of HIV infection. Also interviewed are AIDS activist and author, Walt Odets, PhD, and HIV+ and HIV- men. The film explores the normalization and glamorization of HIV/AIDS and discusses the isolation and division caused by HIV status in the gay community.