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Hey everyone, I'm brand new to the website and just thought I'd stop in and greet everybody. Honestly, it's really nice to be in touch with so many people that have something in common (even though it's not exactly something we go around broadcasting). I look forward to the answers and encouragment that we may all provide to each other.

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hello,

Im a afro/puerto rican male, just infected by my partner, she did not tell me she had herpies.. and she is a health professional. now Im in her boat i feel angry i feel like suing her like she made a decision for me without me .... i want to report her to the licensing board...man..i hate this... any suggestions?

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