BY LEE PFEIFFER The packaging for the 1978 grindhouse film "Sex Roulette" states it is "a West German/Belgian erotic oddity".
That's seems like an accurate description because this is, indeed, one weird production.
"I would separate [sex roulette parties] from the chemsex trend because they are not necessarily connected," Gustavo Morales, the Deputy Director of New York's Latino Commission on AIDS, told , so we don't know how common it actually is.
Reports from health care providers outside the LGBTQ community that confuse personal stories with broader community trends paint a sensational picture, leading some to dismiss the stories all together.
They noted that the drugs are not legally available in Spain and are reportedly bought on the black market.
Barcelona’s Hospital Clinic is currently treating around 4,500 patients affected by the virus and sees up to 100 visits a day regarding HIV.
Two HIV drugs are on Thomson Reuter’s list of seven blockbuster medicines to watch in 2016, indicating how the medical community is pursuing treatments and cures for the virus.
But in an apparent disregard for safe sex practices, a game said to originate from Spain places people at risk of acquiring HIV.
Some of the other political celebs you can murder (or save, if that's your thing) include Vladimir Putin, Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Emmanuel Jean-Michel Frédéric Macron, Hitler, and Kim Jong Un.
While most X-rated fare from the era were relatively unimaginative, micro-budget affairs, "Sex Roulette" looks relatively lush and was filmed in some exotic European locations.
It also presents some of the strangest characters ever assembled in a film of this type.
"But the fact is that we are diagnosing a growing number of STIs including HIV, HCV [Hepatitis C virus], syphilis ...
etc., in the last two to three years from people coming from these [chemsex] parties." Mallolas also said he hasn't treated any underage patients who report being involved in sex roulette parties, suggesting reports that imply it's a ", or the act of trying to have unprotected sex with an HIV-positive partner.
He has an unusually close relationship with his vivacious young niece, Veronique (Vanessa Melville).