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Given the enormous risk of HPV (huge increase in risk of oral, anal, and penile cancers), HTLV (massive risk of leukemia), herpes (it's f***ing herpes, no explanation needed), and HIV in whores, you'd have to be a retard to bang them without a condom.
You realize that the majority of STDs aren't tested for, right? Genital warts, herpes, HTLV, etc...
I meant visually checked as well as swabs, blood tests and such.
Herpes, HTLV, and HPV are actually not visible the majority of the time and yet can still be passed on. In fact, the forms of HPV that substantially increase your risk of oral, anal, and penile cancer only cause microscopic changes to the female cervix the majority of the time, while causing no signs or symptoms in males aside from that little "3.5x the chance of oral cancer" thing (your risk without HPV is 1 in 84, while with HPV it is 1 in 28). Just some thoughs.
Given that 80% of whores have a chance of giving you HPV, 2% have a chance of giving you leukemia in Asia, and one in four has a chance of giving you herpes- in addition to ALL of the other shit out there they could give you if they lied about testing- you've got approximately a 3% chance of getting cancer from a disease a whore gives you and a one in four chance of the 'ol herp (which is actually MUCH worse than many people realize, as it has far more manifestations than a bit of blistering and burning in many people). There's way less than a 3% chance of each new shower I hop in giving me cancer, and a far, far lower chance than one in four of it giving me an unending illness that can cause everything from painful ulcers to fatal meningitis.
I'll stick with the showers and not banging whores, but if I ever do, I'll use a condom.
Another reason why mid teen girls are the best. It was only a few years ago that Sweden or Switzerland (forget which one) still allowed legalized prostitution for girls in the 16-17 age range. Unfortunately I missed that golden era.
From what I've read of herpes, it's only fairly recently in history that it was considered a problem. I've also seen claims that up to 80-90% of the population has some strain of it, only a portion of those having noticeable or unpleasant symptoms. Apparently, it used to be seen along the lines of, "Oh, those little red bumps are coming out again. Meh."
I voted yes in the poll. But I would qualify it a bit. If it was an escort or legal brothel worker, then I might do it given enough assurance that she was clean. Hookers do have an incentive to stay cleaner - even cleaner than some bar whore or whatever.
A helpful guide:
Expatriation Apocalypse! The Guide to Expatriation for the Broke and Hopeless (Kindle)
Expatriation Apocalypse! (Paperback)
A lot of things weren't considered problems until recently. The big reason that we didn't consider HSV-2 a big deal was we didn't realize how serious the neurological implications were until we started learning how the virus damaged the nervous system, often irreparably, in a significant minority of people. HPV is another one that we didn't realize was present in the majority of certain cancers until we started doing genome sequencing and realized that it inserted oncogenic genes into cells that moved them one step up the cancer pathway, and that HPV was present in the majority of certain types of cancer. We didn't realize that human leukemia virus was a thing until we found it in the explosively replicating immune cells of every person with a particular type of leukemia in Asia and Africa. These are but three examples- I've got a whole box of horrors I could share with you. The worst part is, some of them, like herpes, can't really be protected against even with condoms and can be spread even with no visible lesions, while others, such as human leukemia virus, just straight up aren't tested for and you pop up with hairy cell leukemia a few years after you bang some random hoe in Asia.
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