Missouri state law demands people who are diagnosed with HIV to disclose their status to their partners, regardless if they use protection or take medication.
I expect you to cook for me and clean up my mess after I eat. Food everywhere, on the floor, in my lap, but these are the least of your worries.
I leave my socks on the floor in the bedroom, and yes they stink. Not just insist, you must LOVE to do my laundry and look forward to it. He is having fun, doing what he wants and is making his own rules. When I read this profile, I instantly felt attraction towards the guy writing it.
Look forward to it like you look forward to water in the desert. Truth is the first sentence kind of threw me off, but as I continued reading, my attraction began to grew.
This afternoon, Michael Johnson was sentenced to at least 30 years in prison and may serve up to 60 years after being convicted on all five counts of infecting and exposing partners to HIV.
If Johnson’s sentences are served concurrently he will serve 30 years; Former college wrestler, Michael Johnson who is believed to have infected over 30 people with HIV, faces life in prison.