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The negative connotations of words like ‘disease’ and ‘infection’ rebound around the speaker and, in short, bring everyone down.It’s certainly easy to get swept away by the moment in the Rainbow as many single mothers around the fire can affirm.Moreover, as people explore all kinds of personal, social and spiritual frontiers, their attitudes towards sexuality sometimes become more flexible, too. This is the way of Tantra…’ And so on until she feels distinctly unspiritual to worry about catching a disease or getting pregnant.Young women arriving to the Rainbow for the first time seem to be particularly vulnerable; overwhelmed by the love, the harmony and the colourful cast of Rainbow characters so clearly in their element, it’s often easy for them to bowled over by an older brother with dreadlocks, a guitar and a charismatic personality. While the propaganda surrounding HIV may have traumatised an entire generation’s sexuality and the rate of its spread in the West has been much slower than initially feared, it’s still a terrible disease to catch.Or perhaps your hands meet shyly while singing bhajans in a cosy tipi with the rain pattering on the canvas outside.Then you walk off to make love in a forest glade with a stream playing the background music.
Maybe you meet someone dancing around the fire one night, flames lighting up their face.
Cold nights and rainy days, for instance, can send everyone retreating into their necessarily-celibate sleeping bags. ’ How that wannabe playboy ended up on top of a mountain in a Rainbow Gathering was beyond us.