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6-10-2009 @ 7:30PM
@theRaptor"Condoms are only 99% effective. After enough exposures the probability of infection approaches certainty."Your logic is flawed my friend. The probability of infection is the same regardless of the number of times you've had sex, and it is much lower than 1 in 100. Assuming you're not sleeping with workers of the red light district, odds are your partner does not have an STI. This means that the majority of the time, your odds for getting infected are exactly 0. Furthermore, if you drop $300 on an "escort," and he/she is infected, your odds of *exposure* are 1%. If you sleep with the same person twice, each time, you only have a 1% chance. The odds you get infected never increases, therefore it cannot approach certainty.
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