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Sharing their stories: Jenelle Marie Davis (left), 33, has interviewed 12 men and women who are living with herpes, including 41-year-old Veronnica (right), in the hopes of eradicating stigma surrounding the disease Positive changes: After they were diagnosed with the sexually transmitted disease, both Sarit (left), 26, and Lucas, 46, (right) realized that they shouldn't feel like less of a person because they have herpes Jenelle, who candidly speaks about her own diagnosis at 16-years-old, wants others to know that the people she has spoken with for the project come from a variety of professions and can easily be someone you know.
How did my partners after my diagnosis make the decision of whether or not to sleep with me? But mostly they looked at me, and thought about the fun, challenging conversations we had, and remembered how gorgeous my thick hair is.
Don't ever let anyone tell you otherwise.' Jenelle found people who wanted to help her raise awareness and banish all stigma for the disease through the the herpes activists network she runs and private support groups, as well as people who have reached out to her to thank her while looking to give back to others in similar situations.
'Sex requires a conversation first now, but I think that’s dramatically improved my sex life and the type of relationships I have,' 23-year-old Ella said, while Christine, 44, said she is 'more stringent' on who she has sex with without protection.
'I’m exactly the same person that I was before I was diagnosed.
If anything, I’m probably a better person, and my HSV [Herpes Simplex Virus] status has nothing to do with who I am,' Lance, 41, explained.
The "Grey's Anatomy" star was trying to keep a low profile -- hoodie up, shades on -- and not at all talkative.