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Kind of like, ‘Hi, my name’s Jenelle, I have genital herpes, and here’s my number in case you’d like to take me out sometime.’ Quite frankly, this is an opinion based on ignorance.Remember, ignorance and stupidity are two entirely separate things. I believed only certain kinds of people got STDs, STDs defined your life, they did zombie-like things to your body, and basically, STDs were the end of the world – a physical and mental STD apocalypse, if you will.She was tested for HIV when we started dating and was negative.

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When I did tell him, he told me that he was a bit shocked, and that was the last I heard from him. I understand that, for a relationship to have a potential for something special that both parties should be completely honest.

I'd really like to know the same things that you are asking justsomeone19. As far as disclosing our condition goes, I don't think you should tell anyone early on in the relationship. But the thing about dating is you have to put your best foot forward at first.

Thus, they want to be as open and honest as is expected while also having a fighting chance at beginning a new relationship.

The negative responses I’ve heard come mainly from people assuming an individual with a sexually transmitted disease or infection should tell a potential partner right away – even before beginning to date.

While I haven’t always told people when I should – sometimes not at all (you can read my STD Interview or find my response to telling past partners about HSV1 in this post about telling people about your STD) – I think, the majority of my readers aim to and the general public hopes that someone living with an STD will be as morally sound and ethical as possible.

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