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You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. THE TRUSTEES OF St Patrick’s College in Maynooth, Ireland’s national seminary, have said procedures for handling whistleblowers will be reviewed, following allegations of trainee priests using gay dating apps.Earlier this month, the training college made headlines after it was reported that a gay culture is prevalent on the campus, with some trainees using gay dating apps such as Grindr.At the time, the college said there was “no concrete or credible evidence” that such a culture exists.Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said he would send trainee priests from his own diocese to Rome rather than Maynooth, citing “an atmosphere of strange goings-on”.The bugchasing/giftgiving phenomenon gained press coverage and notoriety after Rolling Stone magazine printed an article in 2003 by a freelance journalist, Gregory Freeman, entitled "Bug Chasers: The men who long to be HIV ".
In his more recent research, he gave a strong analysis of what bug chasers and gift givers resemble in their behaviors, attitudes, and demographics. Parsons concluded that bug chasing and gift giving might occur among a select few individuals. They claimed that individuals who look for HIV are more likely sex addicts. Le Blanc (2007) conducted an exploratory study involving survey responses from self identified bug chasers, one of the first published studies involving direct responses from this identified group.
Bugchasing has, more recently, been taken more seriously by medical health promotion bodies, such as the Centers for Disease Control, which hosted a workshop on the topic, hosted by Dr.
Michael Graydon of Carleton University, Ottawa, at the 2004 National STD Prevention Conference.
As many "bugchasers" appear to be seeking the community and sympathy that HIV individuals experience, comparisons have been drawn with Munchausen syndrome.
They explored the emerging trend of gay men who eschew condoms and the development of a barebacking subculture.