Quick question: what is the sexually transmitted disease infecting 106 million of people each year? The right answer is not ‘AIDS’, but an evergreen like gonorrhea. Symptoms include chronic inflammations, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, severe eye infections in babies and infertility in both partners. And an awful pain when pissing, but the good news is that recently the bacterium causing the disease mutated making it mostly painless.
However, the bad news is that this makes noticing to be infected much more difficult… and the World Health Organization has just warned that a new gonorrhea strain immune to every existing antibiotic has already spread worldwide. Which is to say that if you get it, you keep it. Forever.
The alternative is, naturally, to have protected sex with any partner whose health you aren’t absolutely certain of. See how the title was right?