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First off let me start by saying that it actually is my friend who has herpes. No it's not me and I'm just trying to cover for myself. If I had herpes I would tell you. In fact to avoid all the "your friend is you" controversy let me just come out now and say that I have herpes.
(psst. heres a secret, I really dont)
Now that that's out of the way lets get down to business. So my friend recently admitted to me after much speculation that he had contracted herpes from his previous succubus soul sucker of a girlfriend. Now he has a new girl he's with. Here is my question: Do I tell his new girl that he has herpes?
I'll agree that it's none of my business. But Don't I have a civic duty to warn her? I mean thats like stopping a crime in progress right? I have no idea if I should infringe on the trust my friend bestowed on me but as one of the only people who knows the truth I feel compelled to tell her. He's already had sex with her so it may be too late if he was having an outbreak.
Should I warn her or leave it be? Frankly I'm worried that this is going to start an epidemic throughout my community of friends since we all know the same people.
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