|I'm not sure if we are talking about you, or are we talking about your friend?|
i just needed some advice to help he thats all
There are no guarantees in "hooking up" I gather your friend is about the same age as this man? Surely at her age, she understands that both men and women play games to get what they want, and need. Your friend gave this male, casual unprotected sex. I can only conclude, by how hurt she was/is, that her pain is about what she thought SHE was getting. A relationship. When it didn’t happen she was upset. He then told her, he has an STD.
Men and Women do not speak the same language. He perhaps, thought this was a casual “hook up”. She, on the other hand did not. It’s always good to, make sure both parties are on the “same page”. As for the STD, I am hoping that he didn’t know before having sex. However, these days we must not assume anything.
Now this may seem harsh, but understand that I come from a good place, when advising the following: UNPROTECTED SEX AT ANY TIME, OUTSIDE AN ONGOING "AGREED ON" RELATIONSHIP, IN 2009 IS PLAYING RUSSIAN ROULETTE. She is very lucky to have found out, and can be pro-active about her sexual health, before passing it further. Make arrangements for a full STD screen at a sexual health clinic.
Now to you OP:-
i pratice safe sex now
UNPROTECTED SEX AT ANY TIME OUTSIDE AN ONGOING "AGREED ON" RELATIONSHIP IN 2009 IS PLAYING RUSSIAN ROULETTE. Now, is better than never.