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Question: Infection souring further dates

Hi there, my husband and I had a expierence where we meet a couple and had a great time partying. When brought them home and started making out. We noticed immediately that she had a terrible odor. We fooled around a while,He had his fingers in her and then me. A few days later I started to stink like her. I went to the Dr. and she said that it was VB and gave me antibotics. I am now fine. This couple sent us an email and wants to hang out again. They never mentioned anything about the stink. How do we address this issue? We feel like they need to know what happend and why we are avoiding them. But we don't know the right way to say it.
Thanks for your input!


Sincerely,

(Anonymous)

  
Dear (Anonymous),

There really is no way to say this without hurting feelings. Most likely, she didn't know that she had this issue.

Normally, I am all about being frank.

But in this case, I don't feel that honesty is the best policy.

You can kindly tell them 'no thanks', or just hang out with them and avoid sexual activity.
In any case, you seem hesitant to be with them again, which is understandable.

Be polite and either say 'no thanks' or just move on with politeness and let them make an inference that you aren't interested anymore.
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