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Deviant Otter Uses PrEP Instead of a Condom to Enjoy a Bareback Encounter

Deviant Otter Uses PrEP Instead of a Condom to Enjoy a Bareback Encounter

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Some of you might consider this scene from Deviant Otter to be controversial and some of you may not, so I’ll point out what this scene is about and let you make up your own mind. I’m not here to influence your decisions, thoughts or behavior in any way, I’m simply presenting this scene as it is. Devin Totter has forged a friendship with abeardedboy and they have established chemistry, which has intensified in the two years they’ve known each other. Devin has been co-hosting a sex party called NoRecip in Toronto each month, which is where abeardedboy is from. Before Devin headed home, he decided to film this scene for us, charging up the batteries in his video camera to record this encounter, which is apparently the first time Devin has had bareback sex with abeardedboy, having used condoms up to this point based on Devin and abeardedboy having different HIV statuses. Devin is HIV-negative and abeardedboy is HIV-positive/undetectable. Devin tells us that he has been on PrEP for twelve months and is comfortable having bareback sex with abeardedboy who becomes abreededboy after Devin’s barebacks his ass and breeds his load deep inside. So if you’ve been wondering what it’s like to knowingly see two guys with different HIV statuses having bareback sex, then this video is one that’s completely upfront about what you’re going to see when you tune in. It’s possible that you may have seen this before, but Devin is upfront about their different HIV status and wants others to know the background of this video. These two guys do have hot bareback sex together, as you can probably appreciate from the photos featured below.

Devin Totter and ABeardedBoy - DeviantOtter.com
Watch Devin Totter and ABeardedBoy have bareback sex at Deviant Otter
Watch Devin Totter and ABeardedBoy have bareback sex at Deviant Otter
Watch Devin Totter and ABeardedBoy have bareback sex at Deviant Otter
Watch Devin Totter and ABeardedBoy have bareback sex at Deviant Otter
Watch Devin Totter and ABeardedBoy have bareback sex at Deviant Otter

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2 Comments

  1. jordan
    March 17, 2015 at 8:04 am
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    This really isn’t controversial, they are having responsible sex and both are doing all the right things to have bb sex as safely as possible. Chances of transmission on HIV is as close to zero as not having any sex at all.

    • Brad Berrigan
      March 17, 2015 at 1:51 pm

      Hey Jordan, While yourself, I and others might not find this controversial, this scene is definitely controversial for some people and I wanted to mention this in my post to prompt a discussion on the subject, which is a good thing. You are right about research showing extremely low transmission rates when PrEP is used correctly and consistently and I feel that Devin is being responsible by talking about it openly. I think this is very admirable and I was impressed by him being so upfront about this.

      Here are a few comments from The Sword from people who are not so impressed and this is why I referred to the controversy in my post:

      • misterLAleather: “What an ignorant fool.”

      • Clarkmen Kent: “Another PREP idiot who will be positive by next year.”

      • mister reality: “I think it’s so bizarre that these ‘alt’, ‘badboys’ etc think that condoms aren’t 100% safe (they’re not) but TRUST big BIG pharmacy companies with their lives.”

      • GayPuppyCub25: “As a fan of Deviant Otter after reading this I have lost a ton of respect for him and will no longer support his site or work.“

      • Blasted: “my god, someone needs to do their research, he sounds like a complete idiot.”

      • andrew: “Deviant Otter’s words are about as unattractive as he is.”

      I’m glad you have responded to this post and I hope others also contribute their thoughts on the matter, because I think PrEP is an excellent way for guys to reduce their HIV exposure and PrEP is approved by the CDC for those who are at substantial risk (such as men who have anal sex with other men) and it’s important to point out that condoms are not CDC approved for anal sex.

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