I think there is an excellent possibility that your HSV 2 result is a false positive. You do need a western blot for confirmation. If you’ve been reading, then you probably know how to get one. If you are positive for HSV 2 by western blot, then yes, it is likely that have both oral and genital herpes.
If your boyfriend does not have HSV 1, then it is possible that you could infect him yes, either through kissing or by giving him oral sex. But intercourse does not pose a risk if you are negative for HSV 2 by western blot. You would not transmit HSV 1 to your current partner if you don’t kiss him or give him oral sex. The virus is only present in your oral area if you only have HSV 1 orally.
I think you may wish to consider taking daily antiviral therapy to reduce the risk of infecting your current partner who is HSV 1 negative. Remember that more than half of the people in the US between the ages of 14-49 have HSV 1 so you are certainly not alone.