Mperfect – “Wait, I didn’t catch it on a toilet seat? Sex and TB (tuberculosis)”

I was watching a western once and the bad guy called the good guy a “lunger”. I was clueless as to what he meant. Well, like most lil’ girls I asked the search engine gods. My digital prayer was quickly answered… . There in front of the blinking cursor was a word I’d not seen or heard for a long time…… tuberculosis. Mperfect, tackles Sex and TB.
Miss Toy is joined by Kelly Connell M.S., Ph.D.(c), this week. Kelly is a sexuality educator and consultant with extensive experience providing education and training to health care providers, patients, and students of all ages and backgrounds.
Kelly has a Master’s Degree in Human Sexuality Education from the University of Pennsylvania and is currently working on her dissertation for her Doctorate in the same at Widener University. She is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) (certification pending).
She is co-author of “Sexuality and Scleroderma” a pamphlet published by the American Scleroderma Society. Wow, try saying scleroderma three times and fast.

Can a person w/TB infect their partner? Are your lungs the only place in the body where the infection can live? Is TB a true disability? Clean the toilet later….Mperfect is on.

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