There are statistics on which countries, races and cultures get more HSV than anyone else. People of all ages, cultures, ethnicities, religious, social and economic levels contract herpes, so why point a finger? Herpes Simplex Virus isn't a bad person's disease. It's an anyone's disease.
Babies can get it as they are born through the birth canal by a mother who doesn't even know she has it.
One partner of a couple in love accidentally infects the other.
Dad's cold sore passed on the virus when he innocently kissed his son's face.
Most of the time, it is lack of knowledge that causes the disease to be spread.
Once in a while, some thoughtless person will pass it along on purpose for entirely selfish reasons.
There is a stigma, a set of unfair and negative beliefs, surrounding herpes that can be difficult for those suffering from herpes to cope with. Much of the population consider cold sores to be acceptable while genital herpes is considered disgusting and unforgivable. This stigma brings on the excess shame and anguish for the person living with herpes. But, herpes is herpes, a virus and nothing else, no matter where or how it is contracted.
The bottom line is that good people get herpes.
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