(who said how much good would i be to them if any of us are diseased or dead?)
Well let's see, what good is a girl if she's diseased? hmmmm... that's harsh.
(Noticed you are picking what parts of my post offended you without using them as they were stated as part of the whole here. We were discussing preventable communicable diseases, not conditions that cannot be prevented.)
Yes, it was harsh. Reality is often harsh. That does not mean it is not also true.
I am a 24/7 collared slave, so while sex is not the entirety of our relationship it is a part of it.
Sorry Master, no sex this week, see i have these really painful blisters on my parts.
Once you've has syphilis for a while it affects your brain, eventually turning some of it's victims into lunatics.
Hard to either serve or dominate from your rubber room, which is what will happen if you don't get tested and have syphilis treated.
Hard to be a good subbie or a good dominant once you've died of aids.
Well isn't it?
True, up until the part where either of you got so sick you were dying it would be possibly to either serve or dominate. Also true it can be managed for long periods of time, yet the end result is still death.
But once you were dead, hmmm.....most difficult then.
Lack of compassion? I was one of two hospice nurses out of a staff of 37 who willingly saw aids patients and eased their pain and assisted their families deal with their grief as they left this life.
I have a great deal of sympathy for those with herpes, i understand it is both painful and embarrassing.
But to be willingly stupid when these conditions are so easily preventable, unthinkable.
Do i think folks with medical conditions can serve or dominate, yes i do.
I have Rheumatoid arthritis, which does cause my service to be altered when it is in a flare. Jewel has diabetes, which does cause her some issues as well.
But with proper medical care neither of these conditions causes death, unlike AIDS, which always results in death.
And neither of these conditions is communicable, if RA was i would never have physical contact with another living being.
< Message edited by Twicehappy2x -- 7/14/2008 5:02:54 AM >
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