Out of curiosity, I am conducting a survey. If you were to answer the question here, I would be eternally in your debt.
(The free survey software I used allows only fifty responses, so if you’re number 51 or higher then I can offer you only the impulse to be eternally in your debt. I understand that isn’t worth much, but times, as they say, is hard.)
I didn’t know, but thanks to the internet I do now. More importantly why do you ask?
Consider yourself indebted.
That was EASY! Ask me another.
Can I ask why you are asking such a question?
Whilst I do know about it, it seems silly, its an oxymoron.
why does it have to be an oxymoron? just because the term has prophylaxis and post-exposure in it doesn’t necessarily mean the prophylaxis is meant to hinder exposure (which is doesn’t), but rather the consequences of the exposure. makes sense for me.
but, faustus: did you ask the question because of the reason we all fear – or was it just cusiosity?
Fear not. It really is only out of curiosity. I’m fine.
My initial response, of course, was “eww,” but then I began to wonder: just what percentage of TSfLiM readers have had erotic fantasies about Imelda Marcos and are willing to admit it?