The Danger of Gonorrhea In Sweden
I’m only linking and not commenting, because I know nothing about this topic, and I hope I never do…
Once again, the number of reported gonorrhea infections in Sweden has increased, just as experts maintain that a strain could soon become incurable.
Despite various safe sex campaigns (and Swedish doctors hammering home how prevalent infections have become), statistics from Sweden’s Public Heath Agency demonstrate that by November 2016, 1,625 cases were reported — up from 1,535 the prior year.
Orlando Shooter’s Wife Arrested
The questionable wife of the despicable Orlando shooter who killed 49 innocent people at a gay club last year has been arrested. I’m linking to the NYT with this one because it seems to be the most objective.
San Francisco and Gay Bathhouses
I’ve never been to a gay bathhouse and it’s something I’ve always wondered about.
This article talks about the complications business owners face in San Francisco with regard to bathhouses.
Under the permit, however, they would have to comply with the minimum standards — monitors and all — that is, unless the health department revises these standards. The department just released this handy-dandy FAQ about bathhouses, sex clubs and other commercial sex venues in anticipation of a public forum. How frequent any of these questions were asked, however, is up for debate, but we’ll open this up to our own public forum.
You can read more here. The comments are fascinating, and there’s a screen shot from San Francisco’s Population Health Division that goes into more detail. It’s interesting, especially this one…