How to Get the Most Out of Using this Website

How to Get the Most Out of Using this Website

This article is a user guide designed to help you get the most out of using this website. It’s kind of like a manual you get when you purchase a new product that tells you how to put it together and how to use it safely. You might feel as though visiting this website and reading the articles is self-explanatory, but there are a few things you might want to know first and that’s what this article is all about.

Each article is written from the perspective of an active or curious bug chaser. You might find some of the articles are very basic or explain things you already know, which is exactly how the articles are intended to be. When you research sexual health or other resources, they can often be very scientific and difficult to understand. The approach taken with the articles written here is to strip out the complicated language and technical aspects that are difficult to understand and replace them with information that is easy to understand.

You will often notice I use the word “we” when I write articles, and that’s because I am taking myself on this journey with you, so you don’t have to feel alone. Every active or curious bug chaser will be at different stages along their journey and if this experience is feeling very new to you, it’s important to know you are not alone. When I started researching bug chasing, it seemed like guys felt different or believed they had something wrong with them, but you are definitely not alone. You might feel isolated in terms of being a bug chaser in your physical location, but when you look at bug chasing from a global perspective, there are more bug chasers around the world than you might think.

It might also seem like the articles are written in a style that caters to an audience who might not be bug chasers or are simply curious about bug chasing. This has been done on purpose, because there are some bug chasers who want other people to know what it’s like to be a bug chaser or to help someone understand themselves better. There might also be some people who feel something inside them that makes them want to know more about bug chasing, so the articles are written from the ground up for a number of different audiences, but the important thing to note is that bug chasers are the primary audience for these articles.

The articles published here are often very wordy, but I have tried to be as succinct as possible, without leaving out any important information. For this reason, I have tried to incorporate other multimedia into the articles to make them easier on the eye, but you might want to read some of the articles multiple times to help absorb the information. Because bug chasing is a serious topic, these articles are written from an educational perspective and not from an entertainment perspective, but some articles about bareback and bug chasing pornography will likely be included here at some point as this area is explored.

One of the key points to consider about this website is that it’s designed to provide information from a neutral perspective. This means each article consists of pros and cons, so the articles are not designed to promote bug chasing, but they do explore the topic by delving deep into the subject. Some of the articles will discuss entertainment, such as the pornographic industry, but these articles will focus on the view of providing well-rounded information. Please don’t think you are being judged when the articles refer to the cons or consequences resulting from bug chasing, as all perspectives about bug chasing need to be discussed here.

It’s important to note that I am not a doctor, healthcare professional, legal professional or someone who is formally trained in any of these areas. I have no qualifications associated with the healthcare or legal professions, but I do have an interest in having sex and researching sexual health, so sharing information is something I am very passionate about. For this reason, it’s important to only use these articles for general information or a conversation starting point. You need to consult a trained healthcare or legal professional prior to making any decisions about on anything you read here, so that your personal circumstances can be taken into consideration before any advice is given to you by a person who is qualified to do so.

Sharing information is a very important part of building knowledge, but most of the articles published at this website are restricted to those who are registered members. You are welcome to save or print any of the articles that have been published here for your own use, but please ensure you do not breach the privacy of anyone who may have contributed comments or their experiences, as they have shared their thoughts and experiences with likeminded individuals and not a different audience. This means if you save or print any of the articles, please keep them for your own personal use and do not share them with anyone who might be offended by reading such material.

If you have any questions, you are welcome to ask them and don’t be concerned about asking a particular question, because I am very open-minded and won’t judge you for anything you want to ask. I am very approachable and that’s one of the fundamental parts of this website – I want you to know that you are not alone in this world. There are other people who consider themselves bug chasers or who are curious about bug chasing around the world too, you just might not know it, because it’s something many keep secret. As I am not available 24/7, please be mindful that it may take some time for me to respond to your messages, so if you need immediate assistance regarding something, please contact an appropriate organisation in your local area who can assist.

As the articles published here take time to research and maintain after they are published, this website won’t offer prolific updates, which is why subscribing to the mailing list is a great way to be notified of new articles. This website is all about interaction, because contributions from others who are current or former bug chasers, along with those who are HIV-positive can help to enrich the articles and provide a better insight into an area which currently has limited information and resources. Your contributions are welcome and if you know of anyone who might want to contribute or who might be interested in bug chasing, please let them know about this website.

If figuring out why you are or might be a bug chaser is something that resonates with you, then I hope this website can be of some help to you. The resources will continue to build over time and as more people discover this website, it will get better. Just remember there are other guys out there who feel connected to bug chasing, so you are not alone and hopefully together we can put together a great bug chasing resource. Just remember that if you feel like you are the only one in the world with these thoughts and feelings, you aren’t, as there are other people just like you and me out there, so together, we can help to understand bug chasing better.

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Version Control: 1.0 – September 22, 2021: Original article published.

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April 15, 2024 9:58 am

CuriousOne and I are so well aligned on our purpose. Truly brothers from opposite sides of earth. Chasing is a controversial subject. It is popular in many circles to shut down conversations talking about things which make us uncomfortable.

PozBear and CuriousOne have a different point of view. Let’s explore it; learn about it; discover why some of us find it so captivating. We need places to talk about controversial topics; if for no other reason than to sort out ill considered prejudice from fact based critical thinking.

Participation here will help the rest of us as much as it will help yourself. So please, join in the conversation.

November 23, 2021 12:16 pm

I was an active chaser (poz now), maybe I can help support how you feel.

October 20, 2021 12:15 pm

I’m glad this website is here so I can talk about my desire to become poz.