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If a person was knowingly passing Chlamydia to people without telling them, should that person be arrested?

Unmistakably Liz 2009/11/07 04:53:30
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  • Erica Chesson 2014/01/09 05:11:26
    Yes.
    Erica Chesson
    well what if you get infected and your not sure if your partner knew can you still sue?
  • jodie 2011/04/30 20:00:37
    Yes.
    jodie
    +1
    YES!!!
    this is something that i am actually going through now and found this page looking for advice, my boyfriend of nearly 7 years, who i already have a daughter with, who i was trying for a baby with and have become pregnant with has slept with someone behind my back while i was pregnant and she has chlamydia, he didnt know that she had it. but she knew and still slept with him knowing that she could pass it on. (yes he was stupid to sleep with someone behind my back when there could be a risk of catching abything from anyone and passing it on to me) and he has since slept with me. i dont know if he has it or if i have it, and being pregnant, although its treatable, could seriously harm the baby. i believe in such circumstances when it could lead to miscarrage or birth defects it should defently be punishable by law.

    and for those who are mislead that it is just people who sleep around that get it, be warned... it's not!!! it could be someone who is faithful and settled down with someone who gets it because of a cheating husband!
  • Diamond 2010/03/25 02:12:17
    No.
    Diamond
    +2
    no because if u stay out of sex u wouldn't have the problem so its both partners fault.
  • brittney paige 2009/12/05 00:35:05
    Yes.
    brittney paige
    +2
    because they are shit and should be stopped.. i'm not saying that if you have an std u are shit, i'm saying that if u knowingly pass it on you are
  • Absynthe, Lady of Snakes 2009/12/04 03:31:13
    No, because the person he/she had sex with should have asked to use a condom.
    Absynthe, Lady of Snakes
    That is why you use condoms or get your partner checked first.
  • danette0119 2009/12/02 03:25:54
    No, because the person he/she had sex with should have asked to use a condom.
    danette0119
    +1
    Always Practice Safe Sex. That being said this person should be punished for being a Complete Selfish Prick! just he/she could get off in the name of pleasure. This can cause A woman the chance of barring children. Not a cool move. This could go undetected in women for a while. Damage can be done. Karma is a bitch. The universe has a way of dealing with people like this. It does not always happen in the time frame that "we" may like but it does come around. Patience is a Virtue Unfortunately I am not the most patient person in most cases. Although I am learning. Rewards are much sweeter that way.
  • Maddie 2009/12/02 02:24:57
    Yes.
    Maddie
    +2
    yes your passing a sexual disease so I think something should happen to you..
  • Foxylady 2009/12/01 16:50:29
    Yes.
    Foxylady
    +3
    Condoms first people... that's talking someones life
  • Fingon Celebrindal 2009/12/01 16:22:29
    Yes.
    Fingon Celebrindal
    +3
    Same as a person who was giving black eyes or swollen lips to people knowingly. They go away too after a while. person black eyes swollen lips people knowingly
  • third 2009/12/01 14:46:41
    Yes.
    third
    +1
    Not only is that a crime, you are taking a life
  • Chrissy592 2009/12/01 12:17:35
    Yes.
    Chrissy592
    +1
    I know this is probably going to sound extreme but HELL FREAKING YEA!!! If someone is knowlingly speading chlamydia they should be arrested for it just the same as if a person punched, smacked, stabbed or shot another person. You are violating that individuals body against their will and that is an offensible act that deserves retrubution.
  • Lucy formerly of Finchley 2009/12/01 12:02:21
    No. but the person he/she gave it to should be able to sue.
    Lucy formerly of Finchley
    +1
    I've been responsible for knowingly giving my husband colds, the flu, and strep throat (not that he wasn't a willing victim :-), none of which were fatal, some of which were cured with the same antibiotics that would cure chlamydia. However, antibiotics cost money, and even if a person asks for a condom, condoms do have an 11 percent failure rate. I think it would be reasonable to sue for medical expenses if the person knowingly had the disease and could be pinpointed.
  • phoenix.ovid 2009/12/01 11:06:25
    No.
    phoenix.ovid
    +1
    I used to be a man slut and I went from NM to Northern Cal once and on the way I had sex in every town I drove through and picked up a case of it. Like 4 or 5 different women in less than 24 hours. It was easily cured with some kind of cream or ointment. I'm celibate now but not really by choice, more by circumstance. But one of my ex girlfriends had me see a doc to get an okay and it totally amazed me that I got a clear bill of sexual health. But yeast and other stuff are just annoyances, not anything to fret over.
  • Sasssy 2009/12/01 09:54:42
    Yes.
    Sasssy
    +1
    First of all, if they're sleeping around like that they should be using condoms.
  • SouthernB 2009/12/01 01:57:01
    Yes.
    SouthernB
    +1
    Yes, I think so. It's just intentional assault in an alternative way.
  • Kino 2009/11/09 19:39:10
    Yes.
    Kino
    +1
    It's at the least assault.
  • kevracer 2009/11/09 16:14:51
    No, because the person he/she had sex with should have asked to use a condom.
    kevracer
  • zack 2009/11/08 19:13:57
    Yes.
    zack
    +1
    Absolutely.
  • Charon 2009/11/08 05:49:35
  • diaverde08-AmericanKilljoy 2009/11/07 16:30:32
    No. but the person he/she gave it to should be able to sue.
    diaverde08-AmericanKilljoy
    +1
    If it is easily curable then I don't think people should make a big deal about it. Just compensate for the cost of the treatment. However, if it was Aids, then that is similar to murder.
  • Ken 2009/11/07 16:26:03
    Yes.
    Ken
    +1
    Knowingly infecting someone should be a crime.
  • nightlight 2009/11/07 15:06:15
    Yes.
    nightlight
    +3
    Knowingly infecting another person with a sexually transmitted disease is at least worse than assault and battery. In the case of knowingly infecting someone with an uncurable STD, I don't know the appropiate name of the charge but it would be far more serious than infecting someone with a curable STD. And knowingly infecting someone with a fatal STD's, should be murder in the 3rd degree.
  • Firekitty ∞ijm♥G☮F♀U∞ 2009/11/07 14:16:47
    No. but the person he/she gave it to should be able to sue.
    Firekitty ∞ijm♥G☮F♀U∞
    +2
    Being arrested is going a bit to far I think but I do think they should be fined and ordered to pay all medical expenses of the person/people he or she gave it to.
  • ImgonaluvAztroBoi4eva 2009/11/07 06:06:21
    No.
    ImgonaluvAztroBoi4eva
    +2
    But treatment should be mandatory for these spreaders of the c-bug.
  • Pet Rock Whisperer 2009/11/07 05:12:38
    Yes.
    Pet Rock Whisperer
    +2
    Anyone that knowingly passes on an STD deserves bad things to happen to em.
  • jayc32~just me~ 2009/11/07 05:08:06
    No, because the person he/she had sex with should have asked to use a condom.
    jayc32~just me~
    +1
    There is no good excuse for not using protection...
  • kelly 2009/11/07 05:05:33
    Yes.
    kelly
    +2
    if you know you have any std tell your partner protect yourself an others i mean how would you fill and please get treated some things meds wont cure/? rn kelly w.v
  • Ellie 2009/11/07 05:05:31
    No.
    Ellie
    +2
    Always protect yourself. If one does not know the partner enough to trust, then take care of yourself.
  • Merl 2009/11/07 05:03:26
    No, because the person he/she had sex with should have asked to use a condom.
    Merl
    +3
    The only STD to be considered a crime not to tell your partner about is HIV/AIDS
  • two thousand and ten dreams 2009/11/07 04:59:34
    Yes.
    two thousand and ten dreams
    +3
    Knowingly?? Hell yes.

    It can still cause serious complications., regardless of whether its easily cured
  • God-Cilla (Saviour to the M... 2009/11/07 04:58:59
    Yes.
    God-Cilla (Saviour to the Masses)
    +3
    They're endangering the public.
  • moomoof 2009/11/07 04:55:30
    Yes.
    moomoof
    +2
    Well they do that with HIV and other sexual deseases ....but it is so hard to really know who did it
  • Ellie moomoof 2009/11/07 05:07:39
    Ellie
    +2
    How is it hard to figure out who gave you a disease?
  • moomoof Ellie 2009/11/07 05:23:00
    moomoof
    +1
    Well if you have many partners or a new partner in a short period of time you can not know who gave it to you or if you gave it to them'

    Since most deseases have a incubating period of months before they are known
    plus not many people go and get tested for some reason .

    So many reasons why
  • Ellie moomoof 2009/11/07 05:27:56
    Ellie
    +2
    guess I think it is wrong to have that many partners male or female
  • moomoof Ellie 2009/11/07 05:30:17
    moomoof
    +1
    Without really checking if they have anything yea
  • Ken Ellie 2009/11/07 16:31:02
    Ken
    +1
    Sad that many act morally like rabbits or rats.

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