Dating foroum for people with herpes
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. What is not their right is to be offensive towards people that may have HSVII. Why poll a forum for an answer to a question for which the answer is rather biased. It doesn't seem to be well known that HSVI can express itself genitally!
I think it's because it's such a taboo misunderstood topic. I make sure I put at the beginning and end of every profile online: D/D free, thank you! This thread is an example of the kind of idle meaness that is exhibited by non-HSV people (or HSVI people) towards HSVII positive people. An HSVI carrier can (and do) give their virus to people.
Now, you're obviously well within your right to not date people with HSV, but I can't imagine why others' dating life, whether an individual is fine with dating someone with known HSV, matters to other people. You don't want to date someone with a known STD, fine, but what other people do is no concern of others. " and of course the guy will be like "Of course baby." even if he's never been tested because some guys will do anything to get laid, even if it means lying about being clean. I would never trust some guy saying "Yeah no worries I'm 100% disease free" shut up dude you just want to get laid, you've probably never even gotten tested. I read a lot of people with STDS don't show any symptoms so they don't bother getting tested. That's a scary thought...again you have to look out for yourself because your partner might not.
I have also taken all these test to show them i'm free of all diseases.
I know most people won't do this, so i stay away from them.
But if a guy I really liked was respectful of my boundaries, diligent about his medication and had a history of little to no outbreaks, I would be open to seeing where things went.
I guess i'm different from the rest, i always request a current std panel test, which would have to include, hsv 1 and 2, syphilis, hiv, and chylamdia and gonnorhea. Unfortunately a man can't test for HPV, which is a bummer.