All that ‘education’ our youth have been getting about sex sure doesn’t seem to be doing them much good.
Wasn’t the whole point supposed to be how to have sex WITHOUT the risks? You know, risks like ‘unwanted pregnancy’ and ‘nasty diseases’?
All that learning doesn’t seem to be helping.
News reports show story after story detailing disease outbreaks connected to dating apps:
New Brunswick has declared a provincial gonorrhea outbreak, with a steep rise in cases being blamed in part on anonymous sexual encounters arranged through dating apps.
…The chief medical officer of health, Dr. Jennifer Russell, says social media tools enable anonymous sex while making it difficult to track infections.
…”It is not unusual for individuals who have a sexually transmitted infection to have more than one infection at the same time. HIV, gonorrhea, syphilis and chlamydia are all examples of these infections,” she said in a statement.
Untreated chlamydia and gonorrhea can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease in females, affecting fertility.
These dating apps have led to the rise of another problem that people may or may not have expected: body image problems.
Researchers at Harvard University in Boston studied 1,726 adult men and women to look for links between their eating behaviour and online presence.
They found men who used dating apps, which may also include Grindr, Bumble and Happn, were between 3.2 times and 14.6 times more likely to have what the researchers called unhealthy weight control behaviours.
And for women the risk increase was even bigger, with their odds rising to between 2.3 and 26.9 times as high as those who didn’t use the app.
App users were more likely to make themselves sick, take laxatives, fast or use diet pills, muscle-building supplements or anabolic steroids to try and look good.
People may be desperate to look a certain way because of ideas of beauty promoted by famous people, the scientists said.
Those using dating apps are especially aware they’re constantly being judged by potential partners in a swipe-right culture online.
Is bumping (infected) uglies with some stranger really worth paying a price like this?
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