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Play Safe

Play Safe

Here is a post from Facebook.

•YOU saw him on Facebook.
•You check his profile picture.
•He drives a Range Rover Sport 2019!
•He is handsome.
•He inboxed you.
•You reply, all excited.
•You want to hook up.
•You set a date.
•You dress up in those leggings with no underwear.
•Smelling good.
•You put on a make up – fresh breath and new weave.
•He takes you for lunch.
•He takes you for drinks.
•You two have a good time.
•He rubs your hand.
•Makes you laugh.
•Gives you looks and smiles.
•You stupidly fall in love.
•It’s like you’ve known him forever.
•He takes you to his apartment.
•He makes you feel comfortable and lays you on his bed.
•Kiss you passionately.
•You love his aggression, strength, power and you give in.
•It feels good.
•You know it’s wrong, but it feels good.
•You ask for protection, he says it’s too late.
•You obey and don’t disturb.
•He says he loves you and you don’t hesitate to say you love him too. He hits it nice and slow.
•After, he goes to the kitchen to get a glass of water.
•He helps you drink it, ooohh man.
•You feel special.
•”He must be ‘the one’ you think to yourself.
•You get dressed.
•He takes you to the taxi park.
•He kisses you on the cheeks and says
•”I had a great time,”
•He gives you cash.
•You smile and say.
•”See you tomorrow babe.”
• He stays silent.
•Your taxi drives away.
•In the taxi you can’t stop smiling.
•You get home and inbox him that you got home safe.
•He is online, but doesn’t reply.
•It’s unlike him, so you inbox him again.
•He doesn’t respond.
•Minutes later you can’t find him on your friend list.
•Days, weeks, months passes by.
•You start feeling sick, weak, loose weight, act strange with sores in your mouth.
•You go to the clinic.
•Get tested.
•Minutes later,
•Nurse walks in.”I’m sorry. You’re HIV Positive and Pregnant!”
•You don’t understand.
•Reality hits you.
•You walk home.
•You go to the bus stop.
•You lay, hopeless, emotionless.
•You see death coming nearer.
•You look into the sky & mumble a prayer.
•That’s the end of you

Don’t be that girl! Live well. Stop chasing material things. Play safe. Use protection. No excuses! Full stop.
Be a girl you want your daughter to be!

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