Is anyone else concerned about PrEP resistant “super HIV” in the future?

I don't have the medical training to say much about PrEP leading to a resistant strain of HIV. But something I have thought about a lot Millennials growing up in the age of "safe sex": With higher condom usage, STIs transmitted via bodily fluids have plummeted since the 1980s (chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV). But some STIs aren't transmitted via bodily fluids: HSV2 (genital herpes) and HPV (genital warts, cancer) are transmitted via skin-to-skin contact, and condoms don't do much (the entire genital area is infected, not just the part of the penis covered by condoms). At least there's HPV vaccines now available to men. (I was in college when the FDA approved the HPV vaccine for women but not men, and they were recruiting gay men for the drug trials. I always wondered why gay men and not all men?)

I wonder whether safe sex education in school, and drugs to treat and prevent some STIs (including PrEP), might lead to widespread HSV2 infections.

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