Ok guys....need some help

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    Jul 08, 2011 2:33 AM GMT
    Hey guys- I am having a real tough time dealing with this and would really like some input

    So I met this guy recently at my school, and we actually got along really well. He is an Handsome individual but a little more feminine that I am typically attracted to but that's isn't really the problem.

    He came over to my place last weekend after dinner and we started making out on the couch. He stopped me and said he had to tell me something.

    He began telling me a story of how about a year ago he was rapped after some guy drugged him at a party . Then a week later he was diagnosed with herpes (hsv 2). We obviously slowed the gears down right afterwards. He told me it's been a year since his "outbreak" and he started medication right away. He had a flare up that cleared up about 3 1/2 weeks ago.

    Basically here is my situation....should I even continue things with this guy? We have only been on 3 dates. Am I a bad person for even considering this? I feel absolutely Terrible for him but I don't know if I can live with the fear of contracting it myself (even though little happened- i find myself paranoid at work when I have the slightest itch or pain) I would normally consult my friends but they all know they guy and I don't want to share information that isn't mine to share.


    *I have a verified profile on here but I have some local friends on this site and for obvious reasons I do not want to spread this guys business around to them*

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    Jul 08, 2011 2:34 AM GMT
    Also- sorry for any typos. I have to do this from my iPhone bc my laptop is busted
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    Jul 08, 2011 2:43 AM GMT
    It's not a terminal disease. Loneliness may be.

    As far as I can tell you've just made out with him. What's wrong with taking it slow?

    Note: You've already displayed your bias towards something you don't like about him after the third date. It's something to consider towards your decision on if you would like to take things further.