|Don't let Herpes leave|
I know there are a lot of ignorant myths about Herpes out there. Someone told me you can get Oral Herpes just from making out with someone. Is this true or is this just one of those lies and urban legends parents tell their kids so they won’t be slutwhores? -- Natasha from Frankfort, Kentucky
No that is true. Of course it’s true. How else do you think Herpes spreads? That’s basically the main way it happens. I think you’re confusing people being afraid of sharing drinks and foods with people who have HIV. Herpes on the other hand is something that can be spread from sharing foods and drinks and kissing. You can also get Ebola from simply making out with someone. Actually most diseases can be spread from making out. It’s mostly just HIV that you can’t get from saliva. Still, if the person has cuts in their mouth or tongue that’s still a risk. And in case you’re wondering you should never let someone with oral herpes give you a rim job either. That would leave you with anal herpes. It sounds like another myth, but it’s a very real issue that doesn’t get enough coverage. There is no awareness ribbon for anal herpes. No one wants to talk about it, but it’s out there folks!
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