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I think itsa good idea to ask. better to be safe than sorry!
I don't think asking is sufficient. I take my time having sex with a girl and before we do, we exchange STD test paperwork from our doctors so we both know the story.
I wouldn't be offended- it's smart to be safe about STDs, and it's something I care about too. I would want to know his status as well. At the same time though, I think it would be a little weird for things to happen that way. In an ideal situation, we would have talked about all that and gotten tested and everything, before it got down to the last minute. But I guess if you are sleeping with someone more casually, it's different.Keep in mind that it's possible for someone to not know that they have an STD, or potentially to lie about it (although let's hope that doesn't happen too often). This means it's super important to use protection during casual sex and, if it's a relationship, before you've both gotten tested. Otherwise you might get a nasty surprise, no matter how many questions you ask.
She shouldn't be but I can see some giving the "OMG you think I'm a slut?" excus. But those are girls who look for problems instead of seeing such a question as "He's being safe so that's good." Any girl with a good head on her shoulders should see it as a good thing.
I don't see the point of just asking, because anyone can lie or not know they've got something. The correct question is whether your partner would go with you to get tested.
Not at all, because I would ask them the same question.
No, I wouldn't. It's a legitimate question to ask.Although I suppose HOW you ask the question could potentially offend someone.
Yeah how you ask is important, i agree
No. I would do the same thing. But asking isn't enought. People lie.
I've done it before, i wouldn't be offended if i was asked.
No I would think they're responsible for looking into it.
No. It's a smart thing to ask. I wish people were more open and honest about it. Having an STD doesn't mean you'll get rejected, but the other person just wants to know if they're at risk of getting it from you. A perfectly reasonable thing to ask.
No, because to be honest, that sounds like something I would do too.
Nah, it's smart to be safe. But it needs to be phrased tactfully because, "hey do you have any stds" isn't a turn on and it sounds too abrasive.
I definitely agree. I'm not offended by people being careful, but if they said it wrong it could definitely come off as rude.
No I would ask him that first before he could ask me.
No. I would respect them for asking.
No, it makes her smarter than the average.
No, I wouldn't have a problem with that.
No I would probably laugh.
why would you laugh
No if she was willing to do the same
Casual hookup? No. Dating? Maybe.
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