White guys are so proud of their ability to be not offended. When one of them tells a rape joke or uses a racial slur, they wink and pat themselves on the back and give endless attaboys for their superior skills in being not offended. They decry the “politically correct” society…
Reblogging this again so you can see the page and report it. It literally states IN THEIR INFORMATION that they are trying to incite intense dislike of Islam.
My friend was told FB didn’t think it violated their TOS. Maybe if enough of us think it violates their TOS they’ll take the page down.
My thoughts exactly! If you read their community standards page it says that pages like this won’t be allowed. Under “Hate Speech” it reads:
"Facebook does not permit hate speech, but distinguishes between serious and humorous speech. While we encourage you to challenge ideas, institutions, events, and practices, we do not permit individuals or groups to attack others based on their race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, disability or medical condition."
So today I’m going to discuss something I got teased about all through school before I got to college. I have been getting canker sores ever since I can remember. People always told me that canker sores were herpes. This is completely untrue. Canker sores are lesions, not the HSV virus. Some…
This is a great post although there’s one sentence that is improperly written and misguiding.
If you have oral herpes and give someone oral sex, you can transfer the virus to the other person and they will have HSV-2.
Just because you have oral herpes and give someone oral sex doesn’t necessarily mean they will get the HSV-2 strain. They will get whatever strain you have. Just because they now have it genitally and you have it orally doesn’t mean you have strain 1 and they have strain 2. The person receiving oral will get whichever strain the person giving oral has. That is..if the virus is even transferred.
Ah. From what I was reading, you can’t have HSV-1 on your gentials, but you can have either strain in and around your mouth and that once either strain is transferred to the genitals, it is considered HSV-2. Thank you for clearing that up.
I’ve read the opposite?
I’ve also read that people who have HSV-1 on their genitals have fewer outbreaks and that the symptoms in general tend to be weaker since this strain prefers to be in the mouth.
I don’t really understand how the virus strain would change just because it’s located differently?
HSV-1 is most commonly found on the mouth, and yes it does tend to be less aggressive than HSV-2. However, it is possible to get either strain (HSV-1 or HSV-2) in either location (oral or genital) or actually in any soft tissue. It depends on where it was transmitted. So yes, you can have HSV-1 and only experience outbreaks around your genitals. Pretty much, if person A is about it have, is having, or just had an outbreak around the mouth and performs oral sex on someone, it could be possible to spread the virus to person B’s genitals. From my understanding, something like 1 in 5 people has HSV of some kind, and depending on where the infection is located and your immune system, etc., you can have some form of HSV without even knowing it. That’s why it’s so important to get tested.
But what’s really important is that we stop letting the stigma associated with this virus shape the way we view it. Chicken pox is a form of herpes, so are some worts (I used to get them on my fingers), and many other species have their very own herpes viruses. It’s a simple skin condition, that can sometimes be painful and uncomfortable for the people who have it, but it’s not anything more than just that.
I suggest you go to earthwindandherpes.tumblr.com; this chick runs an awesome blog for educating people about HSV and other STIs.
A veces se encuentra una canción que se trata de algo de tu vida y expresa exactamente lo que nunca sabías que quisieras decir, o más importante, como nunca sabías que te sintieras. ¿Me entiendes? Esta canción se trata de mi papá.