You are a strong person to come forward like this. I was with the same girl from high school. She was the love of my life. I do believe people have an idea while their bodies are going through changes. Some are just in denial. Now my son and I have herpes and she is still sleeping around. I can't even meet someone new because I can't imagine putting someone through the emotional trauma. My son is 5 when he starts to mature and gets curious about girls then what. His confidence will be ruined. There are people out there knowingly spreading this disease because of the embarrassment of speaking about it. Personally I feel as tho its just as bad as hiv/aids. If you have is deal only with people who also have it. Its not right to infect or risk infecting someone who doesn't have it. You are right people do have the right to choose, but we should also try to prevent spreading. An outbreak is an outbreak noticeable or not.View Thread
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