Stretch Class Was in Florida; Here’s What the Florida statute says about notifying sexual partners about HIV-positive status

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As related by Rob Black, this week, Katie Summers shot her Stretch Class scene with John Stagliano in Florida. Granted Summers didn’t have intercourse with Stagliano, but still, this is worth checking out for the shits and giggles factor.

from – According to Florida Statute 384.24, HIV-positive individuals must inform sexual partners of their health status. Failing to do so is a felony offense in Florida. Multiple offenses may be ruled first class felonies.

The relevant section of Florida Statute 384.24 reads as follows:

“It is unlawful for any person who has human immunodeficiency virus infection, when such person knows he or she is infected with this disease and when such person has been informed that he or she may communicate this disease to another person through sexual intercourse, to have sexual intercourse with any other person, unless such other person has been informed of the presence of the sexually transmissible disease and has consented to the sexual intercourse.”

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