My homegirl just told me a story that shouldn't be shocking in 2008, but I guess I'm just surprised because she actually told me. She started talkin to this dude sometime in Dec., and they didn't get together officially until late February or somethin like that. I don't know when, but they started havin unprotected sex sometime afterwards I assume, if not a bit before. She kept tellin me that she wanted to take an STD test just to be safe, and she took that about 2-3 weeks ago. When she got the results back last week, it said that she had chlamydia. She said she started crying a whole lot, and was in complete shock about it. She hadn't had sex with anyone since April or May, and she had never went raw before she got with this dude. As usual, she said he was the one who wanted to do it raw the first time, even though she was scared. When she called him and told him to come in, she said he looked kinda scared...and when the doctor told him that he had it, and he saw her cryin, he gave her a hug and was sayin "it's gonna be ok" and he said "I'm gonna take full responsibility for it, I apologize." They got some medicine for it...and they got through it. Now my questions are.......first up, how many of you all would have stayed with dude? How many of you all would have been suspect because he was so quick to take the blame for it, as if he already knew he had something? Would you be suspicious that he cheated, or would you just feel that he got it from somebody before you? Personally...it just sounds like he already knew he had somethin because he didn't even try to place blame on her, or even question and say "what the hell, how the hell did you get that?" Maybe that would be admitting guilt as well...but it just seems like he was way too laxed about it. I just know this was a reality check to me...and it shows me that STDs really are out there for real. She's one of the prettiest girls I know, and I know way too many dudes who want to get at her or hit it...and it's like damm, if they even knew she HAD an STD, cured or not, I'm sure they'd see her different.