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It should become a global law that people get tested for STD’s on a regular basis and have their cards updated.

Anytime people become intimate they should need Share the info with the potential partner.

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Yes and if anyone tests positive for anything they should be taken away in the lorry for ‘reducation’.

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Not at all but the other party could then make an informed decision. Sounds perfectly reasonable.

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But what proportion of the world can afford testing after every time they have sex?

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I don’t know but it could be offset by less treatment needed.

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