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By  eyepuppy  |  27

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  golden_warrior  |  23

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

See I had almost the same thing happen to me. When she said it was just razor burn I said, "It's ok, I got.. to go!" And I was out of that room faster than she could say "Batman where'd you go?" See it was Halloween and everything so I was batman.. But yeah.. Batman don't fuck around with no STDs!

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  Caitie_kid  |  8

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By  eyepuppy  |  27

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  MissMae93  |  23

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  squidgy787  |  22

This was a skin to skin infection, not because of a transfer of body fluids. A condom would bot have been much help in this case. It's not like the red bumps were located deep inside her vginal canal, they would have been on the outside, hence the "razor bump" explanation.

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  golden_warrior  |  23

48 - condoms break and they are not 100 perfect effective. However, OP should stop fucking strangers. Just think of it this way: if she is willing to go home with you then she must have done it with others. You are not special nor an exception.

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  Enslaved  |  36

52 is so correct especially, when it comes to herpes. It can easily get transmitted from skin on skin contact that hasn't been covered by a condom. On the different topic. I've read (somewhere) that to prevent razor bumps down there-- one can just smooth on deodorant (solid not roll on) after shaving. I tried it and it did indeed work on me. :P

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  KawaiiCupcake  |  14

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  Xalandra  |  17

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  KushCrushin89  |  10

160- I don't think anyone actually believes that men lose the capability of coherent thought when turned on. It's just a funny thought. I suggest the following: 1. Pull down pants. 2. Remove stick from anus. 3. Familiarize yourself with humor.

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  alycion  |  26

160 -rape isn't usually about sex, it's more about power, abuse, humiliating the victim, etc. So even if the stated sarcasm was true, the rape argument wouldn't hold up.

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  SparklyCuntt  |  12

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  darktank  |  3

160 you have obviously never been in the heat of the moment.... sometimes passion takes over and well you forget! which is why I have 2 kids (with someone I love of course) that's why we created things like penicillin, and anti retro virals and shit like that

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  Xalandra  |  17

219- oh yes, I have never been in the hear of the moment. I just completely forget that I'm not ready for kids and have my bf just stick it in sans condom. There's this thing called self control. Everyone has it, and people who claim they don't are just shirking their personal responsibility. And to those who so eloquently suggested I remove the stick up my ass? I'm sorry but I don't find that funny when men use lame excuses that don't make sense. (besides, what business is it of yours what my sexual proclivities are?) Seriously though, grow up. Take responsibility for your actions. If you're gonna be ruled by your dick, you better have insurance for the STDs you're gonna pick up in your life. Also, about the rape thing. Yes it's mostly about power and control, but victims get blamed often if they were wearing "provocative" clothing. Its seen as an excuse for the rapist because they "couldn't help themselves" because the victim was showing so much skin. I've even heard of a case or two going in favor of the rapist because the victim was showing "lots" of skin. Such bullshit. That's what I was referring to. It has been used as an excuse before.

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  fml121785  |  14

I don't think this is the right site for you 222. Maybe try something a bit more serious. We are just trying to have some fun here. Half of the shit people say on here is not meant to be taken literally. Why don't you do us and you a favor and head on over to a site that doesn't involve "fuck my life" at the end of it, huh? I don't know of any off the top of my head to suggest to you because my panties are not so tightly wadded up my ass that I can't laugh at a joke once in a while!

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  Trix_Disorder  |  20

#73 That sounds itchy and uncomfortable (like when you put on deodorant right after you shave your armpits). Also, antiperspirant deodorant had aluminum in it and has been proven to sometimes cause breast cancer, so I shudder to imagine what it possible does down stairs. D:

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  japtap81  |  16

Even with the herpes medications, it's NOT a cure, it just heals the sores faster. But either way ur still at risk for getting them, with or without an outbreak. 3% chance but it's still a risk.

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  mansen  |  15

Herpes have a viral shed zone...that is called the boxer shorts area. a condom doesn't cover that big of space when someone is in an active stage.

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  Little4Bear  |  10

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  Xalandra  |  17

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  KillSwitch96  |  17

You know what I say? Shut up Xalandra! Nobody wants to hear you bitch anymore! This is supposed to be a funny site and you obviously don't understand sarcasm! We all understand thst people all have self control even if they are in that state of mind; so you can stop repeating yourself now! Lighten up a bit!

By  every1luvsboners  |  11

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  ElizabethNL93  |  20

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  junkman6  |  22

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  BeccaHugs  |  17

Am I the only one thinking that maybe this woman actually just believed that it was razor burn? I know it's a long shot and I shouldn't really be defending her but maybe she honestly didn't know that she was caring an STD.

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  Enslaved  |  36

From what I heard about herpes, it is extremely painful and the first flare up is usually the worst. I find it difficult that she wouldn't know. However, maybe she didn't lie; she might have truly had razor burn to--hide her herpes symptoms. :P

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  tiernang  |  21

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  SkyBlueCloud  |  21

#11 If you have an STD/ STI you are by law legally obligated to tell that person. So yes you can sue someone for not telling you they had something. Some people in the heat of the moment don't notice. It ex ones the infected persons duty to tell you. If you have herpes and you do it tell someone and they bought it from you , you can definitely be sued. I took a legal studies course.

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  darwin333  |  9

You can sue someone if they knowingly lie in a business transaction and at worst you just lose money. Why would suing someone for knowingly lying about having a STD, which you then catch, be the worst reason ever? He has to take responsibility for his actions but not her? Why is that?

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121: A yeast infection is not an STI *facepalm* Also the difference between STI and STD, is an STD has progressed to the point you are experiencing symptoms. STI just means you carry the bacteria/virus, you may not necessarily have any symtoms.

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  PerditaDessa  |  38

I'm thinking since it was a one night stand he's probably missing important information to sue/press charges against her. You know, like her last name, address or anything that can legally identify her.

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  Jackasss_fml  |  14

Niggers are just looking for a reason to sue people. Sometimes for the fuck ups made by their own. How obvious that the cunt commenting "sue" is another damn nigger

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  mansen  |  15

@97 I agree with you. No way the girl could not have known she did not have herpes. The first flare up is the worst and most painful, leading people to get diagnosed. Therefore, she should be telling any sexual partner afterwards that she had it, flare up or not and they are at risk or not. She might have thought at the time she legitimately had razor burn instead of a flare...early stage of a flare...could have been confused I guess. But she is obligated to tell a partner about her disease, if ahe has any concious at all.

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  rockstar81  |  8

Actually, you can very much have the disease and not know it. It can lay dormant in your system for up to 7 years without a single symptom. And there is a strain of Herpes where you are an asymptomatic carrier. You always carry the virus, you can always spread it, but never in your life have a single symptom. So without testing, you would have no idea you had it.

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  ElizabethNL93  |  20

I never understood that- instead of NOT having sex or at least seeing a doctor first, people would rather spread their nasty diseases. And shame on you, OP. Just because someone is willing to have sex with you does not mean that they will be honest about everything.

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