So what we know about transmission from males to females is this: If a couple has sex twice a week for a year, using no condoms but taking antiviral therapy, 5 women out of 100 in the same situation will acquire herpes from their partner. You can calculate the odds of transmission for one intercourse or more.
If you do transmit the virus, it will not be a lesser version but will be the regular version that you acquired. Medicine does not change the virus, only it’s activity.
I don’t need to tell you that you should inform these women about your herpes status, you already know that. But if you are not going to inform them, you should most certainly use condoms with every encounter, even if you don’t like it. You don’t like telling them and you don’t like condom use – but you are having sex WITH these women, they are part of this experience – you, in my opinion, owe them at least the greatest protection you can offer them if you are not also offering them the truth. Do you agree?