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Discussion in 'Sex With a Large Penis' started by Stockings, May 24, 2009.
How old are you ?
I get cold sores, but that's a different type of herpes.
On the dick?
I would be the very first in line to pay to see "an herpes" on ThinkKink's dick: she's a woman.
I don't but I seem to think this sort of question is pretty much inappropriate.
Better he or she should learn English before posing such a question.
I wonder how people can know that they have no herpes if they didn't have any test
Why? English is not everyone's first language.
How many languages are you fluent in?
more curiously, how old are you? and where do you live?
you seem to have an almost morbid fascination with herpes. why?
Do I have herpes? No
How old am I? No
I am from Holland. I am 32
No and 34.
Strange to see that despite the fact that most people here are more or less sex addicts and so have much more sex than the average Joe, barely 5% have genital herpes here while at least 20% of people in real life have genital herpes.
you claim to be 32 , and from Holland.
Have you some experience of statistics?
OK so now work it out: The ave length of dick on this site as claimed is probably 10"(I have not done the polls, bear with me) That as we all know is crap.
So to take some internet poll on a bick-cock site re herpes and draw conclusions, is a futile exersise. Enjoy the site for what it is: a forum to talk about big cocks, and occasionally to see some nice tight pussy.
Does having Herpes I (a cold sore) give any protection against getting Herpes II (genital herpes)?
But given the fact that I'm afraid of you, I wonder, do you have an herpes?
If I were a sex addict I'd be having sex a HELL of a lot more than I do. I'd say most people on here have an average sex life. Meaning some have none, some have some, and a few could pass for nymphomaniacs. Most people come on here cuz of an interest in penis, particularly large ones. Some people find the site because of problems involving difficulties with sex.
But I found a few sites that might interest you. :redface:
Dating With Herpes - Home Page
Herpes HPV Social Networking, Dating, and Support at Lovehstyle.com
(¯`·.¸Herpes Dating¸.·´¯) with pictures of online singles
STDsinglesmeet.com - The #1 dating site for people with HPV, herpes and other STDs
There ya go, go visit those sites.... or google herpes dating for more
Obsession with a disease is never good :frown1:
Oh one more thing,
No, it does not. As a matter of fact if you have a cold sore doctors advise not to perform oral sex on your partner as the Herpes I can be transferred to their genitalia.
<----What he said.
Most people have HSV-1 and some get cold sores and some don't. It's hard to say exactly how easy it is to spread it when there is no outbreak.
A lot of people have genital herpes and don't realize it because the symptoms/outbreaks are so mild. But they can still pass it on and the infected person's symptoms can be much worse. Women usually have worse symptoms.
I believe a lot of people that have had many partners must have herpes of some sort. People don't want to discuss this topic. They either don't want to scare themselves about sex or they have it and don't want to talk about it.
In fact it does. Studies show that the rates of infection with HSV-2 is lower for people that already have HSV-1. And it's very difficult to get both in the same area (genital, oral). From Herpes simplex virus 1 and 2:
From here, however, the question of transmissibility gets more complicated. Acquisition of one type is more difficult--though certainly possible--if you already have the other type. This is because either type, contracted orally or genitally, causes the body to produce antibodies, some of which are active against both HSV-1 and 2. This acquired immune response gives some limited protection if the body encounters a second type. When a person with a prior HSV infection does contract the second type, the first episode tends to be less severe than when no prior antibodies are present.
Herpes - Sort the Facts from the Fiction is an excellent source of information and there is a forum there also if you need to discuss anything related to herpes.