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"The increase in STIs is baffling, given the amount of public education about the risks of unprotected sex."


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What doesn't help is people like Sue McGarvie and her "Ducklings" group. She presents herself as a world renown sex therapist but to a crowd of more than hundreds, she completely dismissed the seriousness of STI! She's like: ok, for the paranoia surrounding swinging and open relationships: there's only 79 cases of Syphilis (or similar figures) per year, so your chances to catch it are what, Ottawa's population is almost a million now so... And if you had it, its super easy to treat.

Talk about disinformation and creating reckless beliefs!

And that obviates chlamydia which often goes without symptoms but has terrible consequences on reproduction health. Or herpes which is uncurable, painful loaded with stigma. Ok controlable in many cases but still a gift one could do without.

Unfortunately, many people think that because their house was never flooded, they should not take the insurance option and lament they are ruined when it rains for 10 days straight and sewer backup fload their basement.

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And that obviates chlamydia which often goes without symptoms but has terrible consequences on reproduction health. Or herpes which is uncurable, painful loaded with stigma. Ok controlable in many cases but still a gift one could do without.

Unfortunately, many people think that because their house was never flooded, they should not take the insurance option and lament they are ruined when it rains for 10 days straight and sewer backup fload their basement.
It is also sad to note that there seems to be some folks who participate in this hobby but are reluctant to go to the Health Clinic or a private lab for STI testing because they are afraid to show their Health Cards.
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That's good advice since many SPs have SOs with no restrictions.
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It's really sad how this is still an issue with all of the resources available and education out there. Nothing is worth risking your health for, no matter what. There is an old saying "You play with fire, you get burnt." I think there is no better saying for those who choose to engage in such risky behaviour.

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That's good advice since many SPs have SOs with no restrictions.
I don't think it's SO's ( same regular partner) that puts sp's at risk, just as in the civilian population. Stds don't just appear, they have to be introduced by sexual contact by someone who is infected. Unless the sp's partner is out having unprotected oral or fs, (and please believe our SO's are just as particular and educated about their sexual health as we are, they are in relationships with sp's after all) the risk is virtually non-existent. It's new multiple partners participating in unprotected services (bbbj and bbfs) that introduce the risk of being infected. It's simple math, the more times you roll the dice, the higher the odds of you hitting. If you're that worried about sp's private lives, the onus on you to protect your sexual health, don't ask for unprotected services or see ladies that offer them. I can't believe in 2017 this still comes up

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One of the surprising things that has happened over the past 15 years or so is the marked increase in STI's for adults 40 years and older, including the Baby Boomers.

https://wonder.cdc.gov/controller/datarequest/D128

According to the US Centre for Disease Control, the number of STD's for the 40+ age group increased from 12.56 per 100,000 in the year 2000 to 15.41 in 2010 and 22.30 in 2014 ( a whopping 77.56% increase).

Apparently ''Sexually active older adults have the lowest rate of condom use compared to all other age groups, according to the 2010 National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior.''

We must remember that Seniors have a fraction—far less than 1 percent—of the number of STDs that young adults have. Still, the increases concern health officials because STDs were rare among seniors in the past.

http://www.berkeleywellness.com/self...s-sex-and-stds. This study discusses some of the possible causes for the statistic for seniors including low use of condoms, staying sexually active longer etc.

As many STI's do not show obvious symptoms all the more reason to get tested regularly and use preventative measures such as wearing a condom for intercourse, but also for BJ's (unfortunately).

https://kirstyne.files.wordpress.com...sex_clinic.gif

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I don't think it's SO's ( same regular partner) that puts sp's at risk, just as in the civilian population. Stds don't just appear, they have to be introduced by sexual contact by someone who is infected. Unless the sp's partner is out having unprotected oral or fs, (and please believe our SO's are just as particular and educated about their sexual health as we are, they are in relationships with sp's after all) the risk is virtually non-existent. It's new multiple partners participating in unprotected services (bbbj and bbfs) that introduce the risk of being infected. It's simple math, the more times you roll the dice, the higher the odds of you hitting. If you're that worried about sp's private lives, the onus on you to protect your sexual health, don't ask for unprotected services or see ladies that offer them. I can't believe in 2017 this still comes up
Agree with you totally Luxe. This is everyone's problem and we must not continue to spread the myth that it is the problem with SP's and their SO's. As I noted with my previous example of the Baby Boomers, the STI problem is a problem for anyone who has sex period!

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