Unformatted text preview: comments. If both partners come back with all negative test results, then there is no danger of either one of them contracting an STI, including HIV, from the other. While Bob could very well suggest that this arrangement is only safe if both partners remain faithful, such a cynical view of the capacity of humans to maintain monogamous relationships is entirely too restrictive in its effort to cover all possibilities, however remote they may be. Additionally, honest and proper communication in any relationship closes this loophole to potential infection. Bob is right to worry about the passage of HIV between humans. However, he exaggerates the point by ignoring the fact that unprotected sex can be conducted in a safe manner....
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- Fall '07
- Human Sexuality, Human sexual behavior, extremely rapid rate, unprotected sex