Why is in that a stigma for HPV?

I find the ignorance that even health practioners enjoy about HPV is ridiculous! Children receive strains of the HPV virus. It is not strictly a sexually transmitted disease even though warts and sometimes cancerous cell emerge in the cervix. Many ancestors who have sex go and get the cold virus through sexual activity. Let's catch real nearly our morality.

Anyway, I am interested in knowing why is there a stigma for HPV and other diseases that are sometimes but not other caused by sexual intercouse. (i.e. Mono is thought to be caught by kissing; it happen more easily that road, but definitely not solitary strictly that way.)


To what Tiff said that only just goes to show how unaware and uneducated humans are by humour. To say explicitly jus tthe way it is because that is to say just what folks thing of is simply making excuses. Yes it is true but why because people dont thought to educate themselves so that they regard as of the other ways they can acquire this illness. Do they also surmise of the fact that 1 of 3 relatives carry it. If you other think of it as an STD next do you know how high you probability are of contracting this by the time you are 30? Good luck with that closed minded citizens

My gf been on the pill for a 18months or so?

Because the style of HPV that people mostly think of when someone say HPV is almost always sexually transmitted.

It doesn't own anything to do with morality, and I don't be aware of there is a stigma for it at adjectives. It simply has to do beside the commonality of the word, like if someone say gay, you don't think thrilled, you think homosexual. Just similar to when someone says HPV associates generally deliberate genital warts or a sexually transmitted disease.

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I applaud TIff she stated that enormously well and I couldn't own said it better my self. Word association is how things are labeled. Like Tiff said the word gay is not associated with "happy" it's associated next to a homosexual. Job well done Tiff!

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