The HIV disclosure debate....*added second question*
View Single Post
February 8th, 2012, 07:33 PM
Join Date: Dec 2008
How would it not change the chance of infection? If I'm thinking of having unprotected sex with someone, probably because I feel we're at that point or maybe we'd like to have a baby, and I then find out they have HIV, I would not have sex with them. Thus reducing my chance of being infected. And this can work in any scenario where people are having sex.
I'm all for privacy, but if you knowingly have HIV then your right to that privacy goes out the window because your sex partner has every right to know so they can decide if they'd like to have sex with you or not. I don't think anyone should have the right to knowingly hide HIV status knowing it is a deadly disease.
Originally Posted by
But anyone has the potential to be infected and go onto infect others without the initial carrier ever being aware they are infected. Whether they know or not will not change your chance for infection.
I'm not seeing how forcing someone to forfeit their privacy would make me any safer?
Should your spouse be legally obligated to disclose their lack of being faithful
If it has resulted in HIV, yes.
View Public Profile
Find all posts by HappyHippy