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News Story: My instagram model ex gave me herpes

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https://nypost.com/2018/05/26/my-instagram-model-ex-gave-me-herpes-suit/

Story is from the NY Post. She convinced him that the sores were due to masturbation and she insisted on unprotected sex. I feel bad for him she seemed deliberate in her attempts to have sex with him knowing she had herpes and hpv. He now has warts as well. The stigma never ends because of stories like this and those who actually disclose suffer for it. 

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Yeah my story is way worse than his so whatever, I dont even think she is lying by the way. I think she thinks that she didn´t have it, very few people who have it know that they carry it. Don´t know how this makes a newspaper post though haha, good clickbait I guess.

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