Thursday, April 14, 2016

Failed Sexual Utopia Plagued by Rampant Disease

President Obama's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting record high new cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), thus demonstrating complete failure of health agencies and government schools for a safe sexual revolution.
“We need to do a better job of giving our young people the skills and knowledge they need to protect their own health.  It’s important to teach students about healthy relationships and how to reduce sexual risk before they start to have sex.”
-- Dr. Jonathan Mermin, director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and Tuberculosis Prevention
One simple fact is being ignored:  STDs could be eradicated via simple moral, monogamous marriages.

For background, read Federal CDC Admits Failure: Carefree 'Safe Sex' is NOT Possible

Click headlines below to read previous articles:

Federal Government Blames Homosexual Men for Sex Disease Epidemic

Another Sex Disease Untreatable: 'Super Gonorrhea'

Students' basic math lesson:  Millennials' iPhone + Sex Addiction = STD Epidemic

-- From "CDC alarming Sexually Transmitted Diseases are rising" posted at Daily Star Gazette 4/7/16

The CDC’s new report shows STD like chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis increased dramatically in 2014 [the latest year tabulated].

In 2014, 1.4 million cases of chlamydia were reported to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention a 2.8 percent increase since 2013. This is the highest number of cases of any STD ever reported to the CDC, the government researchers said in the annual report.

In 2014, there were just over 350,000 reported cases of gonorrhea — a rate of nearly 111 per 100,000 people. In addition, there were 20,000 reported cases of syphilis — a rate of about 6 per 100,000, the report said.

The most vulnerable populations, particularly young people, women and gay and bisexual men, continue to be hardest hit . . . men who have sex with men accounts for 90 percent of new cases of primary and secondary syphilis.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "See how syphilis rates are spiking across the country" by Natalia Bronshtein and Megan Thielking, STAT News 4/8/16

The number of US cases stayed relatively stable [yet high] from 2010 until 2014, when the figures started to creep up. Health officials say there’s no obvious explanation for why, although rates of other sexually transmitted diseases are increasing, too.

Health officials say they are eyeing a handful of reasons, including increasing PrEP use among men who have sex with men. PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, is a pill taken daily to prevent HIV infection in people who are at risk of getting the virus. Officials are concerned that people taking PrEP might not realize it doesn’t protect against other STDs, and engage in sexual activity that puts them at greater risk for contracting infections like syphilis.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention runs a program to dole out grants to state and local programs to provide their citizens with STD prevention resources. . . .

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "STD awareness month, rising chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis risk in the U.S. in 2016" by Bel Marra Health News 4/10/16

In the U.S., April is STD Awareness Month . . .

Prevention is the key when it comes to avoiding an STD. That means, having safe sex (using a condom) and having open discussions with your partner about their sexual history and whether they have had or currently have an STD.

. . . You can lower pelvic inflammatory disease risk factors by being in a long-term monogamous relationship with a person who has been negatively tested for STD, and using latex condoms correctly.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "U.S. Schools are backward on Proper Sex Education, CDC wants improving" posted at Daily Star Gazette 4/13/16

The findings, released by the CDC, mean that many students are not receiving critical health and safety information on topics like HIV, STDs, and pregnancy prevention. . . .

The report is based on CDC’s 2014 School Health Profiles, which surveys schools across the country on whether or not they teach all 16 recommended sexual health education topics, as well as other major health subjects.

For middle schools, the proportion teaching all 16 recommended topics ranged from 4 percent in Arizona to 46 percent in North Carolina. In no state did more than half of middle schools meet the goal, and in most states less than 20 percent did.

These numbers are cause for concern, experts say, as young people continue to face serious but avoidable sexual health risks.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Government Predicts Black Men Will Get Gay Disease

And read Oral Sex Causes Head & Neck Cancer while the Pill Causes Breast Cancer and Vasectomy Causes Prostate Cancer