If you have a source that has invested more manhours or examined this virus on a wider scope than the CDC or WHO I'll certainly take a look, otherwise I'm going to stick to the planetary authorities on virology.
Additionally there is no boy and girl versions of the Herpes disease. It doesn't impact one gender differently than the other excepting vulnerability to infection. Both genders suffer the exact same health impacts and social stigma. Herpes isn't more or less fair to one gender. It isn't deserved more by one gender than another. There is no facet of the human experience with less of a gender bias than microorganisms. They don't see male of female, just prospective hosts. Any notion otherwise is blatant sexism, bordering on anti-medical superstition.