Last edited by mik1; 03-19-2017 at 09:11 AM.
I'm leaning towards being honest. I would simply tell them that I have had multiple partners in the past and explain the reality that the majority of people already have herpes and hpv.
I'll just have to accept that I'm more likely to attract women who have had several partners themselves.
If you're not even sure that you have herpes, then there's really nothing to tell. What are you going to say to a date, "Look, I've been fucking whores and as a result I may or may not have herpes."? You might as well add, "Oh, and I probably have all strains of HPV, too!" "Also, I ate some of that strange pussy, and since there can be HIV in vaginal fluids, there's a very remote chance I could have HIV."
Everybody has different levels of morality; do what feels right to you and what you can live with. Life's a roll of the dice. Let's roll!
Yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, your opinion, man.
I remember that most of the girls got the special gynocentric snowflake hpv vaccine back in high school, when it wasn't available for men and boys.
You're right though, not worth worrying about it unless I know there is something wrong.
1- Get tested, for your own good before anyone else's. There's a greater chance of getting infected with HIV, for example, if a person has genital herpes than someone who doesn't. It is true that only HIV can be diagnosed through blood testing, whereas herpes can only be diagnosed through physical symptoms and confirmed by blood tests ..but you could start watching out for symptoms that may arise.
2- As for HPV, it's much more prevalent than people think because it can spread without sexual interaction. I know it's been labeled as an STD, but one could get it from genital contact with infected surfaces, such as at the gym, saunas, locker rooms, and gyno clinics .. it has been transmitted to young boys and girls, celibate men and women, and even nuns. Kids are now getting vaccinated at 11/12. Plus, HPV cannot be tested in men at all, only women can be tested through Pap smears, which are able to diagnose the strain as well (aka cancerous/genital warts).
3- Everyone should disclose whatever disease they have. It is their responsibility and there's absolutely no excuse for withholding that kind of information.
* You mentioned something about your area not administering herpes blood testing. This might be a good sign because areas that do that normally have a low incidence rate.
you're such a depraved twat, he clearly has SOMETHING if he's worried and here.
if hes unhappy about it and its uncomfortable..should he just spread it around????