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He had been infected as a teenager and was used to managing outbreaks and mixed reactions from partners, which explains why he was so patient with me.

The fact that he'd been honest about this pretty major thing before we'd even met was a testament to how trustworthy he was, and maybe because of that, I continued to pursue him.

It’s true that the majority of the time, genital outbreaks are symptomatic of HSV II, but you can be infected by either type in either location, or even have both types in a given location — which makes me think that, functionally speaking, distinguishing between oral and genital infections is pointless.

If you can asymptomatically shed the virus from any point of your body and it can infect any point of another person’s body, isn’t any type or location of herpes just…herpes?

Ella Dawson: Now, when I date, I have to have a conversation about the fact that I have an STI.

That used to really freak me out, especially in the beginning when I was newly diagnosed and still learning about the virus and very self-conscious about it.

Once I left that relationship I realized that he had been treating me in a way that was really inexcusable, and decided that nobody gets to make you feel worthless.

It doesn't matter what virus you have or what decisions you've made in life, there's no justification for that.

It is a common assumption to initially think that a person may base their judgement of you on the fact you have genital herpes. People fear the possibility of rejection but the reality of this is that it rarely happens.

ED: When I was diagnosed, the person I was dating was the classic college boy.

He was really freaked out and quite worried about his reputation and people thinking that he had herpes.

Marie Claire: How has having a STI affected your dating life?

One in every six people between the ages of 14-49 have it, and the majority don't even know (! To help us demystify the experience, we spoke with herpes-positive blogger Ella Dawson, 23, to tell us about what really happens when you date with the STI.