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Friday, August 16, 2013

Using scientific methodology we have taken the most attractive celebrities infected with STD’s and determined which are the most attractive. Each subject was given a total score or DRrf or Disease Risk Reward Factor taking account for physical appearance, wealth, and disease severity…

  • Kristanna Loken - celebrities with herpes

Reportedly Kritanna passed the gift that keeps giving it to her boyfriend, Justin Whalin. Her most memorable role was as the female terminator in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Being a converted fashion model the less she speaks the better when acting.

Loken stated in an interview with Curve magazine, “I have dated and have had sex with men and women and have to say that the relationships I have had with certain women have been much more fulfilling, sexually and emotionally, than of those with certain men… I connect with an aura, with energy. And if the person with whom I connect happens to be a female, that’s just the way it is. That’s what makes my wheels turn.”
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  • Jessica Alba  - famous women with herpes

Using the STD rating system which accounts for severity of disease, likelyhood of infection, wealth and looks (see Figure-8 below the list) Jessica is the most desirable disease riddled starlet. Her disease was apparently given to her by Derek Jeter. A former employee of her ex-boyfriend Cash Warren used to go out on runs and refill her Valtrex prescription on a regular basis.
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  • Pamela Anderson - celebrities with herpes

Pamela Anderson is making strong progress in her battle against Hepatitis C – her doctor has declared her fitter and healthier at 40 than she’s ever been in her life. In 2003, Anderson claimed she was not expected to live for more than 10 or 15 years after contracting the disease from ex-husband Tommy Lee – but last October the former Baywatch star announced her determination to defy all odds and cure the virus completely.

Her numbers would be higher, but her looks are on the downhill slope and she can’t rely on her acting skills to pay her phone bill.

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  • Victoria Beckham - celebrities with herpes

Victoria Beckham the former Spice Girl turned freakish alien example of plastic surgery gone too far (ala Michael Jackson) would be the wealthiest on this list if her and her husband didn’t manage money like Fannie Mae. The poster couple for nouveau riche jet sets around the world buying up orchards and reportedly Victoria aka “Poche Spice” sports a seven million dollar ring.

Victoria probably picked up the Herp from one of her husband’s thousand plus groupie count.

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  • Paris Hilton - celebs with herpes

Paris neglected to pay off her bills for a storage unit and her belongings were auctioned off. Thanks once again to that storage locker which held more secrets than the chest in Raiders of the Lost Ark, a medical record/prescription info insert emerged for a drug called Valtrex, which is used to treat outbreaks of genital herpes.

The troubled celebutante, sort of actress, sort of singer was formerlly a professional heiress was but written out of the will for her crazy antics. That cost her more than fifty million dollars and at least two spots on this list.

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  • Lindsey Lohan - celebs with herpes

This former child model went on to become a late-teen Disney movie star to wild party girl with not much of an acting future. By all accounts she has given up men and is set to marry Samantha Ronson within a year.

Prior to switching teams Lohan went through more male actors than a catering truck. She has recently taken a break from acting to drive under the influence and get back her girlish figure in rehab centers.

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  • Alyssa Milano - hot woman with herpes

Her career has tapered off since two succesful TV shows (Charmed and Who’s The Boss) and her career is mostly limited to B Movies and the Sci-Fi Channel.

She is sweet, loves sports and visits the troops so with her good looks you could probably put up with the odd flare up.

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  • Britney Spears - living with herpes

Britney’s well telivised downward spiral has led her to wake up in more than one strange bed after a drug filled evening of partying. This former member of the Mickey Mouse Club even kissed Madonna on the lips, and that’s roughly equivelent to locking lips with a half dozen Bangkok prostitutes. She has been doucmented buying Zovirax in Kentwood.

The head shaving, well publicised drug problems, losing her children to Kevin Federline and massive weight gain have all taken their toll on her career and more importantly her cash supplies.

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  • Janet Jackson - living with herpes

Janet Jackson had a list of her perscriptons leaked online.

She has the highest wealth on the list but looks too much like her child fondling brother Michael to score too high on this list. Besides at 42 she is one of the oldest on this list and is prone to massive (Oprah-esque) weight gains.

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  • Katie Holmes - people with herpes

Katie seems like a nice enough child bride in the happy Scientology family. She would rank higher in wealth, but signed a $40 million dollar prenuptual agreement with Tom Cruise. I think for $40 million I would let the man nearly twice her age slobber all over me and give me herpes.

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  • So unbelievably Happy and In Love!!  (Engaged)
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After being diagnosed with HSV we both thought we would never find love again. We wondered who would want someone with an incurable STD? To us this was the best and last chance to find true love. I'm sure most people would feel like we did- insecure and finding true love was no longer an option. After learning how to finally be ok with the fact that we both have this incurable disease and a lot of searching, we found this amazing site. Here we found acceptance and realized were not alone with how we felt. We could finally talk to other people openly and know we weren't being judged. I searched many different profiles and found one that really stood out over all the rest. Once I found her I and read her profile, I knew she was someone very special that had to be in my life in one way or another. I must read her profile a million times but was to afraid to message her. So as luck would have it after about 2 weeks of looking constantly at her profile, she made the first move and messaged... 

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  • I found my true love on here!  (Dating)
View author's info , Calgary/Lethbridge, Canada
We first met on here back in 2006, but it didn't work out at that time. I sent him a message after noticing him back on here in September 2011. He drove the two hours to come and see me a couple of weeks later, and we have been together since. We still live two hours apart, but he has now decided that as soon as he can get a transfer from work here that he will come and live with me. I can now not imagine my life without him. I have never been so happy in my entire life. I would have never met him if it wasn't for this site, thank you so much!!

Advice to other members: 

I found this site in 2006, and was on and off of here for some. I really did not see myself actually meeting someone off of here that i would fall in love with. But i really did. It was discouraging at times, but don't give up, you never know!!       

  • Whirlwind romance  (Married)
View author's info , Goleta, United States
We already put up our success story when we were only dating. We met in person nearly 3 months ago after finding each other on this site, and now we are married! We just couldn't be happier as it turned out we're truly meant for each other and want to spend the rest of our lives loving each other.

Advice to other members:  

Love can happen even when you aren't looking for it. Never give up and keep positive.

  • Found My Love!  (Dating)
View author's info , Boston, United States
In 2010 I send him some winks and try to get his attention but we were not gold members so nothing happened. In 2011 I became a gold member and first thing I did was send him a message and we connected. From the beginning we got along very well and we started dating right away. We just celebrated on Oct. 11 a year of dating and actually I move in with him. We have had our ups and down and downs again but I am so in love with him. I know we will grew strong together I just want to make him happy.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013

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Instead of trying to come out with I have Herpes, HPV or HIV which sounds worse than it is (could be worse), I say, "I don't want to waste your time as I have the cold sore virus", see if you get a reaction, them knowing of it, they have it. If you don't get a reaction ask do you suffer with cold sores. If no, then explain further. This 1 guy that ask me to explain and said it's OK we'll use condoms, (what about the rest of your body?) understanding BUT. (sex was all he wanted) If you educate 1 person you've done good. Maybe they have it and don't know it can be spread like my x and now I.

Three points you should know,since it is very important for all STD people.
  • Confidence is the key. I have been through I think just about everything when it comes to dating with Herpes. It's only hard in the mind. If you can overcome it in your head then you will have no problems dating someone. People are a lot more understanding than we want to believe sometimes.
  • Safety is very important as well. Unless you are going to be with that person for the rest of your life and you both know it you shouldn't have unprotected sex. The fear that it can put in a young women or man's eyes is not worth the pain that you will have to feel because you know you hurt someone. Just because someone did it to you doesn't mean you have to go around doing it to other's because you are hurt or angry.
  • Find God. Find yourself. Deal with it and be a man or the woman that you know you are supposed to be in your heart. God bless all of you and I am sorry we are all here, but we are here together to string through this battle. Never give up. Always stay strong and keep that head you.
STD Dating Tips
How should you talk to a new partner about STDs and STD testing? Do people treat you differently if they find out you are infected with an STD? How do STDs affect your ability to function emotionally? What should you do if you think your parter might have an STD? What are the long term consequences of STDs?

Before you invite someone into your life you need to make sure you are someone you would want to date yourself. Heal yourself emotionally, get counseling, take time to process your diagnosis and accept it.

Prepare and protect yourself and your partner. Find a treatment regimen that works for you and gives you peace of mind. 

Talk about it. Maybe you were given a choice and maybe you weren't but do what is right for your partner so he/she can make up his/her own mind as to whether he/she is willing to take the risk.

There are four dating tips for STD people:

1) Be honest, but not brutally so --- you need to tell a date that you have herpes and give them enough time to absorb and think about the information before having sexual contact. Remember that timing is everything and just blurting out that you have herpes just before you get in bed is definitely a big no-no. Most people lack enough information on the disease and brutal honesty can cause them to process your revelation poorly, causing them to react in fear and loathing. However, given enough time and information, herpes doesn't have to be that big of a deal.

2) Don't make it the biggest factor of your life --- treat herpes just like any other problem in the dating scene. We all have various hurdles to face in the dating scene and herpes can be reduced to just one of those hurdles.If a person rejects you, it might not be because of the illness. In other words, don't use herpes as an excuse to stop self-improvement.

3) Reduce risk of transmission --- there are many ways you can do this. Actually, there's already a vaccine being developed against herpes. This vaccine could definitely make dating with herpes much, much easier. Suppressive treatment has also been shown to significantly decrease the risk of transmission, considering that herpes is most contagious during outbreaks. Condoms are also a necessity. When used properly, condoms can radically decrease the risk of transmitting herpes.

4) Educate your partner --- the best thing you can do is to help enlighten them.
Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that lays dormant in the body between outbreaks. The virus manifests itself through genital sores that erupt during outbreaks. Learning how to manage herpes can be difficult and emotionally exhausting. Follow these tips to help you learn how to live with genital herpes.

  • Strive to live a healthy lifestyle - exercise regularly and eat a well-balanced diet. The healthier you are overall, the stronger your immune system will be and the fewer outbreaks you will experience.
  • Some people report that alcohol, caffeine, rice, or even nuts can trigger their outbreaks. Consider keeping a daily food journal to see if you can pinpoint any food triggers you may suffer from.
  • Make hygiene a priority. Sanitary conditions will promote cleanliness and reduce outbreaks. Shower at least once a day, possibly twice if you begin experiencing the symptoms of an outbreak.
  • Amino acids and lysine have been shown to help reduce outbreaks and treat current ones - take them in the form of vitamins to help supplement your daily diet.
  • Seek the support of others who can empathize - whether it's singles with herpes on a dating site or an online support group, having the unconditional support and love of others can be a huge relief during a difficult experience.
  • Get rid of the self-imposed stigma you have of herpes! You should not feel dirty or ashamed that you have the virus and it should not effect your self-esteem and self-worth.
  • If you begin to experience the symptoms of an outbreak, get a prescription for your doctor, which can drastically reduce the duration of the outbreak and ease the pain and discomfort associated with genital sores.
  • When blisters break, you mild soap and water to clean them frequently.
  • Wear loose, cotton clothing, especially during outbreaks so the lesions can breathe.
  • Inform your partner about your virus before you engage in sexual relations - not doing so is unethical and dishonest.
  • Let your family and close friends you trust know about the herpes, which will expand your circle of support.
  • Avoid wearing tight undergarments during outbreaks.
  • Avoid sexual relations during outbreaks or you may run the risk of transmitting it to your partner.