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Like if someone had an STD, does that mean they've had sex (unprotected)

Of so then how did it all start?
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Yes, you can.
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Oh **** off :troll:
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Yes. e.g. an infant can contract an infection from their mother.
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How does one light a joint without the use of hands?
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With a lot of std's you can get them anally, orally or in youre genitals so someone could give head to someone with clap and get clap in their throat but it won't spread to the rest of the body. you will always have got it off someone whether you shared sex toys or what but you don't need to actually have sex
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Like if someone had an STD, does that mean they've had sex (unprotected)

Of so then how did it all start?
Is your question about the methods of how STDs can be spread, or the origins of STD's? :curious:

is it just me or does it seem the more 'sex-ed' schools do, the more ignorant the younger people are becoming regarding sex
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I only left school 3 years ago but sex ed was non existent, I just don't think its taught properly or taken seriously
(Original post by Anonymous)
Is your question about the methods of how STDs can be spread, or the origins of STD's? :curious:

is it just me or does it seem the more 'sex-ed' schools do, the more ignorant the younger people are becoming regarding sex
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(Original post by _roman0f)
I only left school 3 years ago but sex ed was non existent, I just don't think its taught properly or taken seriously
fair enough, im 23 so its been a long time since ive done school sex-ed, but i got taught the core biology of it & learnt the rest the old-fashioned way so to speak...

I got the impression this subject was becoming more widely taught and a much more liberal approach to the subject was being taken. Maybe the clips i see on good morning britain are a little exaggerated then, i got it in my mind that it was being taught in primary schools nowadays and more education on LGBT & casual sex, whereas when i was taught it was more about conception etc ...
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You can get HPV from just being sexual with someone, not having sexual intercourse.
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Like if someone had an STD, does that mean they've had sex (unprotected)

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it all started with a man and an ape.
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Like if someone had an STD, does that mean they've had sex (unprotected)

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(Original post by Anonymous)
Is your question about the methods of how STDs can be spread, or the origins of STD's? :curious:

is it just me or does it seem the more 'sex-ed' schools do, the more ignorant the younger people are becoming regarding sex
The origin of STD
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Sorry but I've never had sex-ed. Never in my life.
I was 13 when i realised that a baby comes out of the vagina, and 14 when i actually knew what sex was, and that everyone who has kids must have had sex
Believe it or not it was hard to digest.
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Sorry my question should have been - can you get STD with ANY contact. If so where did STD originate from? Like there must have been one person who got STD on its own and then it all spread, right?
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Silly and morally corrupt generation
Didn't expect that from you.
I was asking a genuine question
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Yes. e.g. an infant can contract an infection from their mother.
Is that if the mother had STD?
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Like if someone had an STD, does that mean they've had sex (unprotected)

Of so then how did it all start?
Just because it is an STD, doesn't mean that it can only be sexually transmitted.

\Most STDs can be transmitted through the feutus, contaminated blood products, shared needles or contaminated blood/organs

MCV (water warts) and Herpes can be transmitted through sking to skin contact.

Despite the fact that Ebola is not known as an STD, it can be spread though bodiy fluid, so it is transmittable through sex.
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The origin of STD
Honestly i don't know, but for most STD's i'd assume the same way every other bacteria & viruses evolves (This can be googled/youtube, its too big a topic for a TSR post). This is the vast majority of STD's ie Chlamydia, herpes, HIV, gonorrhea etc etc.

Then there are the likes of crabs and these are small insects like fleas, or headlise. Again i don't know but i'm guessing the same way any other insect has evolved (give it a google).

STD's have been around forever, and even in short time spans modern science has watched their evolution: the well known case is gonorrhea which is evolving increasingly more & more resistant to anti-biotics.

I wouldn't worry about this point, maybe in a few years once you've learnt a bit more biology and if your still curious dig into google & science direct.
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Honestly i don't know, but for most STD's i'd assume the same way every other bacteria & viruses evolves (This can be googled/youtube, its too big a topic for a TSR post). This is the vast majority of STD's ie Chlamydia, herpes, HIV, gonorrhea etc etc.

Then there are the likes of crabs and these are small insects like fleas, or headlise. Again i don't know but i'm guessing the same way any other insect has evolved (give it a google).

STD's have been around forever, and even in short time spans modern science has watched their evolution: the well known case is gonorrhea which is evolving increasingly more & more resistant to anti-biotics.

I wouldn't worry about this point, maybe in a few years once you've learnt a bit more biology and if your still curious dig into google & science direct.
Thank you that was very informative. So it was more like a mutation?

Is HIV and STD too?
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(Original post by stoyfan)
Just because it is an STD, doesn't mean that it can only be sexually transmitted.

\Most STDs can be transmitted through the feutus, contaminated blood products, shared needles or contaminated blood/organs

MCV (water warts) and Herpes can be transmitted through sking to skin contact.
I see, so any contact
Thank you
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