The person most likely to give you herpes is the person who doesn’t know they have it in the first place.
On the other hand, herpes itself honestly isn’t that big of a deal for most of us.
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Sometimes the question is data-based, about what transmission statistics are real. When you ask me questions about if you should date someone with herpes, I know you’re looking for an expert opinion.
Sometimes the question is esoteric, about whether or not he truly knew this woman in the first place. You’ve never given herpes any serious thought before and here I am, a woman with herpes and a blog, who has so generously spilled her guts to the Internet about what it’s like.
A partner who has genital herpes needs support and acceptance.
And sometimes it’s the classic entitled bullshit I face on Twitter all the time: I’m not a jerk for dumping someone who poses a risk to my health, right? It’s just a simple question to you: should I date this person, yes or no?
Why on Earth would I knowingly choose to put myself in danger like that? But to me, it feels like you’re asking me to justify my value.
This strategy may have more disadvantages than advantages.
First of all, you spend a lot of time and energy worrying that your partner is going to get herpes.