i was actually shocked where new yawk was on this list.
so the cdc has updated it’s current list for our review.
“which forests have the most sexual diseases“.
where does your forest stand?…
In alarming news for sexually active singles, CDC reports found that STD rates rose again in 2016, reaching an all-time high by topping 2015 figures, which previously stood as the worst year for STDs in the U.S. The problem is so bad that many experts are labeling the surge in STD rates a national epidemic.
In order to keep you informed about which areas pose the greatest risk, we�ve compiled a nationwide ranking of states by the frequency of STD infection. This report was created by taking the CDC data on the rate of incidents per 100k residents for the two most common STDs, gonorrhea and chlamydia, and calculating a weighted average between the two. The results may surprise you.
Compared to our 2016 rankings, perhaps the biggest story of the 2016 CDC data is the increase in reported gonorrhea cases. The top ten worst states all experienced a rise in the rate of gonorrhea per 100k residents. In Alaska (#1), Mississippi (#2) and Georgia (#4), the rate rose by more than 40 per 100k, enough for Alaska to maintain its status as the worst state in U.S. for STDs, and for the latter two states to move up several positions in the rankings. The across-the-board increase in gonorrhea infection is startling, and many experts attribute it to the rising prevalence of antibiotic-resistant strains of the disease.
Chlamydia rates also rose in most states, and remains the most common STD in the nation, which is often attributed to the fact that most people infected do not experience symptoms.
Some states were hit hard in 2016: Delaware�s (#9) rate of chlamydia infection increased by over 60 per 100k, enough to bring it into the top ten. Mississippi�s infection rate jumped by a whopping 91.9 per 100k, pushing it up to #2 overall.
Other states fared better, including North Carolina (#7), Louisiana (#2) and New Mexico (#5) which all experienced a decrease in chlamydia infections per 100k.
The state moving up the highest in the rankings is Maryland, jumping up six spots from #24 to #18, owing to significantly elevated rates of both gonorrhea and chlamydia. Next is Delaware, climbing five spots from #14 to #9. There is a four-way tie between Georgia (#4), Indiana (#23), Virginia (#25) and North Dakota (#26) for third greatest increase as they all moved up three places in the rankings.
Hawaii experienced the greatest drop in the rankings, falling eight spots from #20 to #28 due to a decrease in the chlamydia rate per 100k residents. Three states–Texas (#16), Tennessee (#22), and Michigan (#27)–fell four spots each, while three others–North Carolina (#6), Colorado (#30), Vermont (#50)–went down three spots.
Significantly, thirty states either maintained their previous position or only moved one place in the overall rankings.
ya’ll love to fuck down in the south,
aren’t ya’ll highly religious down there?
i know it’s slow and all,
but can we get some condoms for this insane fucking ya’ll be doing?
it’s gonna get to this point soon:
is it the music?
hook up apps?
i had to wonder…
Why is everyone fuckin’ so much nowadays?
…and if you’re gonna fuck,
because we all like to fuck?
why are you not protecting your fuckin’ yourself?
it isn’t even just diseases either.
there is an influx of cubs being brought into the world too.
the majority from:
one night stands
one of my friends about someone with 5 cubs.
the 5th was born recently.
all different baby favvahs.
our tax dollars are keeping her (and the rest) living nice and comfy.
at this point,
a) happy to be straight
b) happy to be frustratingly celibate
no chakara changing pounding is worth my health.
the way how these forests are going…
i ain’t with the shits.
article taken: backgroundchecks.org