I'm big on 18 and over acting like adults, in terms of responsibility for their actions. But 18, barely adult, is a transitional time, and people a decade older who look to this demographic do throw up a lot of "I just love the way they don't argue and aren't comfortable enough to push back" flags for other adults.
Also, I know a few girls who willingly were taken on trips by older men for sex and fun. I didn't think Predator. Neither did they.
So while I agree the disclosure was not a good one; medically, it was accurate.
There is an obligation to disclose clearly, in ways people understand, and not pout that they didn't understand your preferred euphemisms for ... whatever ... important information you find makes it harder to get laid if clearly disclosed.
We don't know the STI status of the male partner. Wouldn't this then, apply to his treatment of her? If we are arguing what is a shameful act, We cannot do that in this situation, without examining the males shameful acts as defined by you.
but I'm smart (baller job, 4.0 degree in math, national merit finalist), considerate (vegan for the animals, don't drive for the earth), giving (paid close to 400 for the plane ticket, drugs, all expenses), and fucking HOT as hell (5'11, 34D, blonde, size 6, triathlete, blue eyes, big smile).