KNOWING THE RISK VS IGNORING THE RISK
In 2010 it’s generally assumed that most people have had exposure to some form of STD/HIV awareness. We were born into a generation where condoms were supposedly the norm. Children born in the 80′s and decades there after were supposed to be educated and inundated about HIV/AIDS. We were supposed to know that HIV was spread through bodily fluids and that unprotected sex greatly increased your chance of acquiring STD’s and HIV.
Is is safe to say that we know the risks associated with unprotected?
Do we know the risks and do we simply ignore them to suit our own human urges and desires?
How many of us continue to engage in unprotected oral and anal sex despite knowing the risks associated with them?
What can be done to increase the efficacy of STD awareness initiatives?
Is HIV/AIDS a virus/disease that thrives on the elements of poverty, lack of education, and the deeply religious?
For those who are living with STD’s did you know the risks but ignored them?
For those who are sexually active do you know the risks and continue to ignore them?
Is anyone 100% safe in their sex lives?
Is monogamy the answer?
There are many questions and much to discuss so let’s have at it.