They told you that “sexual liberation” meant you would have more sex.
Instead, you ended up having very little sex, and the time you did have sex, you got VD.
Rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea are increasing among women ages 18 to 30 in the United States, a recent study by Quest Diagnostics suggests.
The study, recently published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, analyzed more than 17 million laboratory samples taken between 2010 and 2017 from females ages 12 to 30. Researchers found that while there was a decline in cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea among adolescents ages 12 to 17, women of ages 25 to 30 experienced a 50% increase in positive test results. Women 18 to 24 had a 21% increase in positive test results over the period of the study.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends annual screenings for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among sexually active women under 25, said Harvey Kaufman, director of Quest’s Health Trends Research Program. For women 25 and older, the CDC recommends screenings only for those with specific risk factors, such as reporting that their sex partner may have a concurrent sex partner. Kaufman, a co-author of the study, said the findings suggest that sexual and contraceptive practices have changed since 2002, when the CDC guidelines were first published.
Kaufman pointed out that the CDC guidelines were largely influenced by a 1998 study published in the New England Journal of Medicine that found that the overall rate of chlamydia among female Army recruits was 9.2%. As a result, the authors of the study recommended a screening program for female recruits 25 and under.
“Military recruits tend to be a younger, convenient sample,” Kaufman said. “We think that’s the basis for this CDC guideline. It’s not based on what we think is best for women’s health care. That’s why we hope that this report provides insights to public health, and that those who remake guidelines consider this study.”
The sexual revolution, like all of these social revolutions the Jews forced on us over the last century, has failed so abysmally that it is impossible to imagine that it wasn’t intended to fail, in order to hurt our society.
We need to roll back the sexual revolution, just like we need to roll back the race revolution, the immigration revolution, the neoconservative “fight the world” revolution and the anal revolution.
When we roll back these revolutions, we need to also consider punishing the Jews who this to us. Or at least expelling them from the country.