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Re: Love in a Time Of Herpes
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Re: Love in a Time Of Herpes

"Myth One) CONDOMS DO NOT BLOCK VIRUSES. Two male friends told me that Herpes Viruses are smaller than sperms, so the viruses still can get through condoms while sperms can't. I don't know if this is true but one after one of my male friends told me they saw in some internet articles to support this theory. The point is how many nanometers of virus body do the condom block?"

this is not true

herpes can be spread with or without condoms because of the area that it infects is not totally covered by a condom.the chance of getting a virus through a condom is the same as getting pregnant.

"Myth two"

even monkeys engage in oral sex. the strongest phermones eminate from the scalp pits and groin area. these phermones create a bond with partners.

"myth three"
morals, sex , and disease have nothing to do with each other.
a disease does not chose you based on morals. disease is a biological control.
think of it this way. if there is one male that is sleeping with many women without protection or a pill naturally they would become pregnant. so too many babies from the same genes you would eventually get genetic weaknesses from inbreeding. disease can help prevent this by turning off a potential partner,making one sterile,killing the disease carrier or killing the offspring while it is being given birth to preventing further breeding

"myth four"

religion, morals, and feelings have nothing to do with the biology of a virus or education of others about the virus.


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