Hey Guys!! This Article is about hook up culture and is dedicated to younger potion of audience from age 16 to 24 years, who have herpes and get worried about their early days of sex life. Newbies to this condition might feel their sex lives are entirely over and get struck with their lives; they may also find difficulty in dealing with the hook up culture, that seems will be a moment of the game at campuses and colleges. In this article, I will share with you 4 tips that would help you guys to get unstuck from a hard corner to a chummy end.
Get involved in hook up conversions happening at your campus or colleges:
First let’s have a look on the research, which was conduct by the Harvard on how people spent their hook up time on campuses, by giving options like sex with partners, sex with friends, sex with strangers or others things. And this research indicated that many youngsters are not hooking up frequent, and it also suggests that about 85% of youth prefer other options to hook up such as spending time with friends or having sex in serious relationship. Yet according to our research, teens and adults tend greatly overestimate the percentage of young people who are hooking up or having causal sex. This overestimation can make teens and young adults feel embarrassed or ashamed because they believe that they are not adhering to the norms of the hook up culture that happening on the campus. Keeping all the negatives thoughts aside, I suggest to start getting involve in talks with the guys who you talk about their casual encounters or have experience on hook ups, and ask about the talk they have with their partners before getting started instead of asking about other things.
Stop thinking about Oral Herpes and Genital Herpes differently:
Many people think about oral and genital herpes differently, oral herpes happen on mouth and genital herpes happen on genitals, they also think HSV1 is more dangerous than HSV-2 as this virus is easily transmitted by just a kiss. But the fact is both are similar viruses and they occur in different places. I would also say that, if you think that you are only one in world with this virus, look around you and look for the people who have the similar situation. Stats suggest there many people having the same infection and realize that how these people are approaching their partners differently instead of strange procedure of directly jumping on the bed with someone without having any conversion. People do have some conversion and if they don’t they should have it, even before they kiss other people. Stop thinking of both types HSV1 and HSV2 differently and people having any of these should disclose their Herpes condition beforehand and never feel the guilt or shame of having any of them.
Tell People Herpes Feels Like Nothing:
Perceptions toward Herpes will not going change unless we herpes positives embody to look a change that everybody wants to see happen around it. For example we want people to not receive us a prone but we want to tell them herpes is not anything like the typical Google image search shows up. We don’t want people to think us as perjurers but we want to tell people herpes is as normal as a condition that makes people ill for some time and will later make a person healthy as he/she was before. In addition to this, we should also tell people that we don’t look at herpes as any burden or anything else. Make it simple and say just that you were a sexually active person and unfortunate to get this. It is totally in our hands to change the world perceptive towards us positive singles as we are now more in number.
Stop thinking whether it will work out or not:
If you are thinking that hook up culture will surely work out then wait on here guys, it’s not guaranteed that very hook up will work out. To find a partner prepare yourselves by trying various methods available like HSV dating sites, getting registered on herpes support groups and having non hesitated herpes talks with people you meet. If you are looking for serious relationships don’t bother about the outcome of your conversation just begin the talk clarifying about our condition and ask for his/her thoughts about you. If she/he gets attracted to you and you get attracted to her/him, boom! That’s all we need! So guys don’t hesitate to speak about your condition and kick-start you dating lives as actively as you did before.
A few recommendations are to always have protected sex with people not having the same condition, avoid sex during outbreaks and disclose your condition before having any intimacy so that your partners can have their choice.