It isn’t that transfferable if your careful…and I think most people know and accept that pretty well. If it’s true she has it, it only adds to her beauty as strength is an attractive quality.I came across this by accident and I am so glad I did…I want to thank all of you for your supportive comments…I feel so much better after reading everyone comment…
Instead of judging those who have herpes, we could get EDUCATED about it. the most common response i have gotten since dating after being diagnosed is “well, its not your fault, there was nothing you could have done differently, i would never leave you for something as dumb as that.” so for all you rude people out there, believe me, you can easily get it.
thanks If ure trying to meet sum1 there are websites such as If sum1 likes u, don’t be afraid to open up.
Im not saying go ahead and tell ur business to everyone you feel that ure attracted to, but life is all about risks. Your life is different now, but ure not disgusting because u have it.
It is no more disgusting than being a critical piece of sh#t with the arrogant insinuation that your lips could never suffer the same…. She still looks hot, and 99.99% of men who fantasize about her will never even get to meet her, and they can still jack off to her pictures w/o fear of contracting anything. He too is from hollywood (television industry, not film). i have no problem dating people mature enough to know/ understand that its really not a big deal! i hate that people think its so gross, its really not! Everyone is right about the stigma…i used to think it was gross too!
The story, though highly judgmental and poorly informed, does underline the importance of using protection when engaging in sexual activity. I can honestly say, I have genital herpes, and you should be ashamed of yourself for judging people who have it, especially since none of us ASKED to be infected, but instead were either victims of people who didn’t have the decency to inform us, or by partners who didn’t even know themselves. 99% of the time i forget i have it because everyone is right, it IS symptomless! i used to watch the valtrex commercials and snicker and poke fun at them… its not the end of life…life is what you make of it.
Well, our source who worked for one of their camps, had to refill her Valtrex prescription for her on a regular basis!