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Walter Lee Hampton II
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+Walter Lee Hampton II​ if being gay is not a choice, please explain the DL men who choose to have a wife or gf, but in the closet? Why do they choose to hide their sexuality if it's not a choice? It is a choice to hide, conceal, and deceive. TRUTH.
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Walter, first off ur not ugly! U should never allow anyone the opportunity to get inside ur head! Second, its good that ur moving on. No one needs that kind of abuse regardless of their sexual orientation! Keep ur head up and stay strong! God has someone else for u!
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Bye Bye Face BOX lol...... looking forward to seeing you spend more time on +google
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There's always people beneath you that you've risen above & like crabs in a bucket they're always anxious to pull you back down to their level. It's sad to hear that in this era people still choose to live in the closet. I came out at 19 & haven't looked back since. I don't think I could go back in the closet, for anyone.
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Hey wazzup how are you today I recently took my Hiv test thank GOD I'm Hiv NEGITIVE! But I am wanting to move to Atlanta I hear you LOUD AND CLEAR! Keep my underwear on my ASS! Keep sending these messages out because we NEED IT!
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Amen no doubt!!! 
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+Goddess BLoved Plus one.
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or video could be subpoena'd?
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+Walter Lee Hampton II Hey Walter I loved the video but I was hoping that you would expand on why you get test once a quarter. I did some research to illustrate to your viewers the process.

Though a person who is infected with HIV will become infectious themselves very rapidly (within a day or so), they will normally have to wait a while before an HIV test will produce an accurate result. The length of time before an accurate result can be produced is called ‘the window period’ and will depend on the type of test they are taking. 
In the majority of cases globally, the standard test that will be offered at an HIV testing centre will be an HIV antibody test. The HIV antibody test looks for antibodies to the virus in a person's blood. For most people these antibodies take 6 weeks to 3 months to develop. In very rare cases, it can take up to 6 months. It is extremely rare for a person to take any longer then 6 months to develop detectable antibodies. 
Getting tested before 3 months have elapsed may result in an unclear test result, as an infected person may not yet have developed antibodies to HIV. These 3 months are known as the 'window period'. So it is best to wait for at least 3 months after the last time you were at risk before taking the test. Some test centres may recommend testing again at 6 months, just to be extra sure, though in most cases this is not necessary. 
If you are waiting to take an HIV antibody test, it is vital that you do not put yourself at risk through further exposures to HIV during this time period. This means you should practise safe sex and not share needles. Any further exposure to HIV may mean a negative HIV test result is not accurate (unless of course you wait another three months after this exposure). 
The vast majority of HIV tests that are given in clinics are antibody tests, though other types of test may be available in some clinics. In some countries, such as the UK, fourth generation tests (tests that combine a p24 antigen test with a standard antibody test) are the primary recommendation. These have a smaller window period, estimated between 11 days and 1 month. 1 - See more at: http://www.avert.org/hiv-testing-frequently-asked-questions.htm#sthash.f6JFZ17V.dpuf
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