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By ahhh / Monday 3 August 2015 06:06 / United States - Northbrook
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  hernanjaimes_  |  22

All condoms except bareskin condoms protect from STDs I believe.

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  MRSwick2525  |  23

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  morganmck  |  15

oral herpes, aka cold sores, you can. but it would be just that; oral. unless there was oral sex involved. (he ate her out with a blister on his mouth or vice versa.)

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  gracehi  |  31

I always make my boyfriends get an STD test before I'll have sex with them. Well, I've only had two that I actually had sex with, and I had an STD test in between, so there really wasn't that much testing going on. But still, it's a good idea, especially if you're like me and hate condoms.

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  Senorangelo  |  10

It's obvious that this was a prank...

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  Techno101  |  13

Why so many down votes what he said is correct, they do protect against stds he didn't say they 100% prevent them.

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  ribx  |  16

Herpes is actually a class of viruses, genital herpes is the main one you hear about, but cold sores and chickenpox are also herpes viruses, something like 90% of the population has had herpes...

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  hemiguy14  |  9

Actually, it's possible to get either kind from kissing, depending on what strain they have. HSV-1 is typically oral, but can be contracted genitally from oral sex with an infected partner. HSV-2 is genital and can be caught orally the same way.

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  Silver7827  |  14

Anyone ever wonder if this type of FML was posted by using only part of the conversation? IE: What if afterward the guy said, "jk" but OP thought it would make a great FML anyway?

By  oakcrush  |  16

Say, "Sorry I forgot to tell you, I have leprosy."

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  mds9986  |  24

Leprosy isn't exactly a subtle disease. If you're having sex and you don't notice skin sores on the arms and legs, you may want to start paying attention more often.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

I think that's only if the std is hiv

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  KingLewisII  |  33

unfortunately I don't believe so unless he purposely gave her a life threatening one but that's hard to prove.

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  joljenni  |  6

No, though most people think so. Any misinformation about sexual communicable diseases is illegal.

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  GeorgiaBea  |  28

Unfortunately not. The only criminal act is for HIV/AIDS. That is because it is a deadly virus. You could take them to civil court for damages, but even then you have to prove damage.

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  devildog562  |  33

Most of the U.S. Has laws stating if you know your infected and don't inform your partner , then you can be incarcerated. Especially in ones that cause death or pain then the punishment can be even worse . I can't believe how many people on this site are so ignorant to safe sex and transmission of diseases . Lord have mercy!

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  KingLewisII  |  33

yeah, but we don't know if it's life threatening plus he can still claim she contacted it from someone else. so her entire sexual history will have to be displayed to prove no one else has it. most people don't want to do that, that's why not to many people are charged for it suing would be her best bet.

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  KrDizzy  |  14

Some people don't even know they're carrying an STD. Sometimes it lays dormant for quite some time. Obviously not the case in this FML, but some people really don't know they have one, so it's hard to press charges on someone if they honestly showed no symptoms and had no idea.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

#154- That would make sense if he had said "I just found out I have an STD", not "I forgot to tell you". The latter implies that he 'wanted' to tell her before their sexual contact but it simply slipped his mind, which is still inexcusable because he knew anyways. (I put 'wanted' in quotations because I hardly believe that he planned to tell her in advance and he's just making excuses.) Hell, even the former could be proven wrong (if it was a lie) just by visiting the doctor he saw and dating when exactly he got a test that proved positive.

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@ #50 actually, willful and knowledgeable transmission of HIV is a felony. in my early 20s, i used to work in a courthouse in my home state of NC as a clerk and i dealt with with a man in his 40s who was facing this charge. what made it worse, he was hitting on a waaaaay younger female (the girl was in her mid 20s) in line while waiting to come to my dept as if he didn't know he was sick. some of the things he said i will not repeat. then to top it all off, this douchebag gets a very unnecessarily bad attitude with me after he finds out he missed his court date for some charges and subsequently had a warrant. then he made a HUUUUUUGE mistake and thought i'd let him slide on it after what i had witnessed for 30mins. the mistake: he forgot that first, he had other drug charges and got the dates mixed up (honest mistake which could've been corrected, but he didn't wanna hear any of it. in fact, he insisted that i and my office were responsible for his shenanigans rather than him and/or his attorney) and second, if you're 18+, your info is public record so i wasn't breaking the law when he asked me what the charges that had the warrant were, and i read them out aloud for everyone including that young girl to hear...i've never seen a grown man run away so quickly with their tail between their legs. all the other customers saw the whole thing and then genuinely thanked me for my actions, in particular the young girl. she waited for me to go out on lunch and treated me that day to a free lunch and awesome conversation. we hung out a few times after that, but it didn't take off, but w/e she was a really cool girl

By  thatonetribute  |  27

Just say, "it's okay. I forgot to tell you that I was born as a male."

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  FlyestBoy  |  11

This logically makes no sense due to the fact that they have had sex already seeing no penis on her. Even if she was a male that doesn't mean the STD wouldn't spread. Both situations is a lose for OP.

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  ThatOneChick856  |  35

It still doesn't make sense, since OP would now be a woman both gender AND sex-wise. Unless he is super transphobic.

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  midnightm16  |  24

I don't know why you're being down voted. I agree with you. You're going to take a gamble with your health just because you're horny? Condoms don't stop every STD.

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