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Can Older Men Give A Woman Worms? (20851 hits)

I just heard this on the Sway interview with Miki Howard. Can someone tell me if this is true or not because I being a health care worker didn't know this was possible.
Posted By: Jeni Fa
Sunday, June 19th 2016 at 10:21PM
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From what I'm understanding I have to say NO. I believe it mostly a myth to keep young women from being in relationships with older men. I've never heard of a true case, but I think there is a certain body chemical that may seem staler in older men, but it could be to due to his personal hygiene or from his diet.
As with any relationships related with engaging body fluids, I recommend using protection --but a better and sure safety-- abstinence. :)


Monday, June 20th 2016 at 12:09PM
MIISRAEL Bride
Sister Jeni Fa, that has got to be one of the most funniest things I ever heard in my life (LOL). I don't know where the saying came from or where it started, but the saying that if a young girl messed with a old man that she would get worms...it is nothing more than an old wives tale to ward off young women from getting seduced by lecherous older men.

As most of us already know, "Worms" are actually caused by undercooked food (especially red meat and shellfish), and contaminated water. While there are a number of s*xually transmitted diseases that we all need to take precautions and protect ourselves against, there are no "worms" that are s*xually transmitted.
Tuesday, June 21st 2016 at 1:56PM
Sister Juanita From Memphis
Jeni Fa, no offense but you sound stupid as hell. As much as you like to insult men in your blog discussions (in particular black men) and call them trifling, they cannot give women worms. Sister Juanita From Memphis is correct, worms are actually caused by undercooked food and contaminated water, there are no "worms" that are s*xually transmitted and as a nurse you should know this already.

Where did you get your healthcare degree from again???
Wednesday, June 29th 2016 at 12:30PM
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