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About 45 percent of men surveyed by no means disclose their HIV status, either negative or positive, to a casual partner.. 27 per cent of HIV positive gay and bisexual men might not know they are infected Up to 27 percent of gay and bisexual males in Ontario who are HIV positive may not find out they are infected, says a University of Toronto research. However, HIV testing is becoming more common. About 80 per cent of gay/bisexual guys in Toronto have been tested for HIV, compared to 65 percent a decade ago; in all of those other province, it ranges from 73 to 82 per cent, compared to 60 percent in the past.