the pharmacist hit on me as i picked up my herpes medecine. i think we found a winner.
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2:52 knows a little *too* much about herpes!
Orrr, they're a med student. I know a "little *too* much about herpes" but have thankfully never contracted it. Condoms, dude. I interned a women's health clinic last summer and got scared out of unprotected sex! Haha
My bet is she already has herpes. Apparently like 1/4 of the population does. That makes me wonder how many people lie about it...
or a loser....
hahah oh thats my state for ya
4:49 ...it's called a female condom...they exist. Where were you in sex ed?
I have herpes.. If you've never been tested.. It's pretty likely you could have it. Some people have no symptoms and never know. It's really not that big of a deal though.
Did you know that women never where condoms? Why do they make men wear them? I think women should be the ones wearing them.
Chances are that if she's hitting on someone who she already knows has herpes, she either has it too, or probably has something else.
What scares me is that it could have been me hitting on him... Same proffession same situation! So glad I'm in another state!!!
I have herpes :(
Ahhh that's a scary nlgger STD
Well you're less likely to have an outbreak while medicated, and therefore less likely to pass it on...maybe you can find her on one of those herpes dating sites lol
Actually, 80% of people have oral herpes, known as cold sores. What do you think cold sores are, dumbass?
Who said this was a guy 2:08? Women are 4x more likely to contract an STI than men when having sex with an infected person. Sheds new light on your "innie," huh?
Women are not any more likely than men to contract an STI. Where are you getting your statistics? You could be confused because women are much more likely to report to having and STI because they go in regularly for pap smears, while guys only go in if they feel an itch. Many STIs go unknown to men (asymptomatic) which is how they spread so easily. \nTo all the men out there: Go get tested! It takes two seconds and it can be free if you qualify (Planned Parenthood)
Actually, you're a moron. Women ARE more likely to contract an STI due to their anatomy. It sucks, but it's true. Also, with STIs like chlamydia, women are more likely to be asymptomatic, not men. And a Pap test is NOT STI screening. All a Pap does is check for abnormal cervical cells which could, if left untreated/unmonitored, lead to cervical cancer down the road. And where do I get MY "statistics", you ask? I work for a sexual health clinic! Don't post unless you know what you'