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According to Contributor Helena Andrews, “A girlfriend of mine thinks these newest statistics are just another arrow stolen from black Cupid.Another reason for men to be afraid of the big, bad, bossy, black woman–or at least whatever ticking time bomb she’s hiding underneath her skirt, as some kind of sexual suicide bomber.” Another friend, Dex, has a different perspective: “If you have a nice girl without herpes, you better put a ring on it.” Who knew our common denominator of coupledom could get any lower?All of your personal information can be kept private and anonymous until you choose to take things further.MPWH is an outstanding Herpes dating community, devoted to providing a safe, stigma-free, nondiscriminatory, warm and friendly online dating environment.How we protect your privacy The best Herpes dating community for Herpes singles that provides all the users with the best chance to meet up with other individuals in a non-discriminatory environment where everyone involved can be comfortable with being themselves.
The Largest & Most Active Herpes Blogs and Forums to tell people more about you and to get to know others.I mean, we’re single, bitchy, and supposedly way too professional to ever please a man.Not to mention, the Centers for Disease Control decided to ruin our mojo with the recently released information that 48 percent of black women between the ages of 14 and 49 have the virus that causes genital herpes. Adaora Adimora, a professor at the University of North Carolina’s Center for Infectious Diseases, told NPR that “the racial disparity for herpes is actually less than for HIV and other STDs.” And, she emphasized that though these numbers for herpes high, they have been pretty much stable since the last national estimate, which looked at the period from 1999 to 2004.” As you probably guessed black women around the country have been discussing the CDC findings and they are not at all happy about the outcome.And an active genital-herpes infection, whether with visible sores or no symptoms at all, can activate T-cells and makes them more vulnerable and an easier target for HIV infection.” Herpes has taken a seat in the black community.We not only have to be educated and remember to be mindful about using protection, we also need to openly address the problem in a community that stigmatizes sexual health among women and men.African Americans also develop prostate cancer earlier in life, and get a more aggressive form of the disease.