that totally makes sense.gmm567 wrote:No, there is biological diversity in the genome. Some people will be resistant to any disease. Some people were immune from the black plague--most weren't.
Same with aids.
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W: Well like Momopi said, the risks are greatly exaggerated. I saw in a documentary that said that even if you have sex with a person with HIV, your chances of getting HIV are still one in 1000, so you'd have to have sex one thousand times with that person before getting HIV too.
The truth is, I know guys here in Angeles City who have had lots of unprotected sex with girls, including bar girls. They say that occassionally they get UTI or Gonorrhea, which are curable by antibiotics, but each time they get it, they become less sensitive to it. Urologists though say that each time you catch it, it becomes more resistant to antibiotics.
So yeah, there are a lot of STD's, but most of them are treatable, not life threatening. This seems to indicate that the risk of losing your life from unprotected sex is extremely low.
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