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Topics: Agony Aunts, Aids, HIV

Tuesday, 13 October 2009

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These two are about to follow the advice given in "Miss Terry"

Author's Note - The actual advice columnist who gave such advice was not "Miss Terry". For liability reasons, her name is changed to that. If one was aware of the actual name, the article would be funnier. - Dean West

Washington, D.C. - Recently the advice columnist "Miss Terry", said that the health and lives of men do not matter, and that laws for their protection need not be honored.

This shocking revelation comes in the wake of a letter from a concerned woman, who reported to "Miss Terry" that her promiscuous friend was engaging in multiple liaisons with men, but not telling them that she had herpes.

While "Miss Terry" seemed to find that vaguely wrong, she saved her most strenuous comments for the friend, telling her that no, she should not warn the men in question. Given that it is a crime in most states not to advise a future sex partner of an STD, some find it odd that she'd counsel the friend to be an accomplice.

However, insiders say that this is simply a part of the "Miss Terry" campaign against men. It's been reported that she has been seen increasingly at the Meow Mix, a local lesbian bar, where she has been giggling about her advice.

"Can you imagine what my response would have been if it had been a letter about a man spreading herpes to unsuspecting women? Can you imagine me advising the male friend to not warn the innocent victims? But as it's just men being hurt here...ha, ha, ha!", said "Miss Terry" after her fourth Jack and Coke.

She left then with Roxanne, a rather formidable looking lesbian who tested HIV positive last year. A lady at the bar knew this, but chose not to tell "Miss Terry".

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