Youngins are living life in the fast lane and living with no regrets. A viral bunch of risque Instagram stories narrating how people are having reckless sexual relations has surfaced, and the stories are shocking.
Yesterday (24.04.19) some of these horrific Instagram stories by user Bett Wahome went viral and shocked many as they painted the sad reality of the world we live in. In the stories, many users especially varsity students narrate how their unprotected sex exploits have resulted in the infection of HIV/AIDS.
In one of the stories, an unknown user narrates how an Instagram celeb private massaged her and agreed to go out with her but ended up showing up with three other guys while she was accompanied by a female friend. After a few pints one of the guys blacked out, then the four of them proceed to have sexual relations and a few days later she got sick only to find that she had contracted HIV.
Another anonymous user who was married said in her stories that she is living with AIDS thanks to her ex-husband whom she married in 2009 who turned out to be gay. They had a good marriage and even prided herself in having scored a man who paid no attention to other ladies. An encounter at a party with her hubby and friends changed her life as she was rudely made aware of the fact that her husband and friends were gay as well as HIV positive. Apparently, the husband only married her to get his parents off his back and allegedly took the husband to court.
Another unknown user alleges that she is a student at JKUAT and her sexual favors for grades situation led to her contracting the incurable disease. She narrated that she had not been attending classes and the lecturer noticed, he asked that all students who had been missing classes to go to his office. She did and after a conversation, the lecturer asked for sexual favors which was translated to very good grades, after a while, the said lecturer actually had sex with her, sealing her fate as contracted the deadly disease.
Many others continued to share their stories with a good number highlighting the fact that a large majority of Kenyan youths are having unprotected sex. Sadly, the infected do not give two hoots about infecting others and thus it becomes a cycle of transmitting the virus.
After all, is said and done its unclear if the stories are true or false, some may be true, others exaggerated just for the mileage on the gram but where there is smoke there is fire. It seems the youth may be in need of a crash course about the effects of having unprotected sex, from pregnancies to STIs to HIV/AIDS.