Williamsburg "Herpes Avenger" Is Fighting STDs With Fliers

"Do you live in the Williamsburg Greenpoint area? I know you probably love it. I love it too. But you should be aware of some things. Living here is much like living in a college dorm. It's a hotbed (no pun intended) of sexually transmitted diseases. But it doesn't have to be like this." We agree! Well, maybe up until the last sentence. Anyway, one woman has made it her mission to stop the spread of herpes by, for starters, making it impossible for the guy who gave it to her ever to get laid again.

Whether or not it is ethical to post photos of your herpes-donor on telephone poles and the internet is questionable. But so is "Drew's" behavior! "I think we have all been in the situation where we have already succumbed to this pre-sex near penetration and when a guy can't keep it up with a condom and you just want to get laid and he's like, c'mon it's basically been in you anyway, you have inevitably and against your better judgment said yes."

Ugh, indeed.

She goes on: "I am not innocent. I am partly to blame. But let's just talk about practicing versus preaching for a second. For instance... we all know that STDs can spread through oral sex. But does anyone actually give a blowjob over a condom? Really, has anyone ever done that? Has this ever in the history of sex actually happened?"

Well, no.

"And please, if anyone out there has ever seen a dental dam outside of 8th grade health class please fess up. Seriously, i wouldn't even know what to do with one of those things. Likewise, there are plenty of pre-sex moves that guys are always trying to work on you that involve all sorts of near-penetration that without a condom could spread all sorts of diseases. But we do it anyway. We all do. Don't deny it. You have let a guy rub his dick against you, not quite putting it in, but certainly loitering very very close to the goal posts."

This blog is clearly going to eliminate this kind of irresponsible behavior from Greenpoint and Williamsburg (and who knows, maybe even elsewhere in Brooklyn and quite possibly in lower Manhattan!) forever.