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Research finds women who meet people online have sex on first date

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Interesting...very much so...

http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,22743199-2,00.html

ONE third of women who meet someone online have sex on the first date, and three quarters of these do not use a condom, according to a new survey.

The survey, published in the US journal Sexuality Research and Social Policy, is alarming for those who push the safe sex message - particularly as chlamydia and HIV infection rates in Australia are now at a 10-year high. The US study, which surveyed 568 women, also found 27 per cent of respondents performed oral sex on the first date.

Felicity Percival, editor of Women’s Health magazine, said the results were worrying but not surprising. “People do feel more comfortable with each other when they’ve had lots of conversations online, whether it’s through RSVP, Facebook, or any online social network,” she says. “If you think ‘I know that person, I’m sure they’re safe’, you’re less likely to use a condom.”

Ms Percival says in general, women are “holding out more” and that the “12 date rule” is becoming popular, but when talking to someone online over a period of time, it’s easy to be lulled into a false sense of security. “Just because you talk to someone online does not mean you know them, and doesn’t mean they’re free of genital warts or herpes,” she says. “You need to raise these issues with that person before you meet them. You should keep sex sacred, at least for the first few times you meet them. It’s really important to get the safe sex message out there, whether you meet in a bar or online.”
Happy hunters out there...please share your stories/conquests.
 
I met a girl off of lavalife... she did some dirty stuff to me that I'm not proud of, so I guess we could call that a success.
 
What? A thread dealing with an article that actually has it posted? :wow:
 
online dating = desperate to get laid.
 
Don't knock it. Video chat = getting he*d.
 
Yeah, but not really. No saliva, no lips, no, ugh, teeth... How do you figure?
 
I've been out of the game for quite a while but the last time I even tried to meet anybody online I had a plan. I did the tried and true "I'll wear this and you wear that" so we could recognize each other...but I told her to meet me in front of the entrance to one of the malls in our area. That way, I could drive up, shek it out and either like what I see and park or notsomuch like what I see and retreat.

So I did the latter...because she was a filthy liar and did not look at all like what she described herself as.

I might have received he*d...but no...just no.
 
Yeah, I lucked out on that one. Guess it was just my turn. Don't worry, it'll never happen again.
 
I've been out of the game for quite a while but the last time I even tried to meet anybody online I had a plan. I did the tried and true "I'll wear this and you wear that" so we could recognize each other...but I told her to meet me in front of the entrance to one of the malls in our area. That way, I could drive up, shek it out and either like what I see and park or notsomuch like what I see and retreat.

So I did the latter...because she was a filthy liar and did not look at all like what she described herself as.

I might have received he*d...but no...just no.

Haha, dick move. :up:
 
its what any sensible person would do.
 
i don't think i'd meet someone online and immediately date them. i'd probably chat with them online until i was friends with them, then hang out with them in person (as friends)

THEN if i thought a romantic relationship was a good idea, bring it on.
 
Call me old fashioned, but I still prefer the buzz of going to a bar with my butterfly net and mallet. It works most times :)
 
Damaged goods anyone? How about some STD's? No one?
 
Norton should start making condoms :D
 
"Yeah baby..... hold on.."

*Buffering*

"Lets do this!"
 
Not a surprising article after reading this:

U.S. Sets Record in Sexual Disease Cases
By Mike Stobbe, Associated Press

posted: 13 November 2007 02:05 pm ET

ATLANTA (AP) — More than 1 million cases of chlamydia were reported in the United States last year — the most ever reported for a sexually transmitted disease, federal health officials said Tuesday.
"A new U.S. record,'' said Dr. John M. Douglas Jr. of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
More bad news: Gonorrhea rates are jumping again after hitting a record low, and an increasing number of cases are caused by a "superbug'' version resistant to common antibiotics, federal officials said Tuesday.
Syphilis is rising, too. The rate of congenital syphilis — which can deform or kill babies — rose for the first time in 15 years.
"Hopefully we will not see this turn into a trend,'' said Dr. Khalil Ghanem, an infectious diseases specialist at Johns Hopkins University's School of medicine.
The CDC releases a report each year on chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, three diseases caused by sexually transmitted bacteria.
Chlamydia is the most common. Nearly 1,031,000 cases were reported last year, up from 976,000 the year before.
The count broke the single-year record for reported cases of a sexually transmitted disease, which was 1,013,436 cases of gonorrhea, set in 1978.
Putting those numbers into rates, there were about 349 cases of chlamydia per 100,000 people in 2006, up 5.6 percent from the 329 per 100,000 rate in 2005.
CDC officials say the chlamydia record may not be all bad news: They think the higher number is largely a result of better and more intensive screening.
For more than 10 years, the CDC has recommended annual screening in sexually active women ages 15 to 25. Meanwhile, urine and swab tests for the bacteria are getting better and are used more often, for men as well as women, said Douglas, director of the CDC's Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention.
About three-quarters of women infected with chlamydia have no symptoms. Left untreated, the infection can spread and ultimately can lead to infertility. It's easily treated if caught early.
Health officials believe as many as 2.8 million new cases may actually be occurring each year, he added.
Gonorrhea is a different story.
In 2004, the nation's gonorrhea rate fell to 113.5 cases per 100,000 people in 2004, the lowest level since the government started tracking cases in 1941.
But since then, health officials have seen two consecutive years of increases. The 2006 rate — about 121 per 100,000 — represents a 5.5 percent increase from 2005.
Health officials don't know exactly how many superbug cases there were among the more than 358,000 gonorrhea cases reported in 2006. But a surveillance project of 28 cities found that 14 percent were resistant to ciprofloxacin and other medicines in the fluoroquinolones class of antibiotics.
Similar samples found that 9 percent were resistant to those antibiotics in 2005, and 7 percent were resistant in 2004. The appearance of the superbug has been previously reported, and the CDC is April advised doctors to stop using those drugs against gonorrhea.
Douglas said it doesn't look like the superbugs are the reason for gonorrhea's escalating numbers overall, but they're not sure what is driving the increase.
Other doctors are worried. The superbug gonorrhea has been on the rise not only in California and Hawaii, where the problem has been most noticeable, but also in the South and parts of the Midwest.
"Suddenly we're starting to see the spread,'' Ghanem said.
Syphilis, a potentially deadly disease that first shows up as genital sores, has become relatively rare in the United States. About 9,800 cases of the most contagious forms or syphilis were reported in 2006, up from about 8,700 in 2005.
The rate rose from 2.9 cases per 100,000 people to 3.3, a 14 percent increase.
For congenital syphilis, in which babies get syphilis from their mothers, the rate rose only slightly from the previous year to 8.5 cases per 100,000 live births.
 
I met a Japanese chick online and she eventually wanted to come meet me, I have a girlfriend but I reluctantly agreed, she didnt say she was into me that way, just she wanted to see the city. So after showing her around she invites me into her hotel room to 'watch a movie' It was early so I went in and after about 20 minutes of 'Hannibal' I notice she's edged real close to me on the bed. After another 10 mins of so she suddenly turns round and leps on me, wraps herlegs around me and sticks her hands down my pants. I was sort of like 0_o just because I wasnt expecting it, I got instantly 'excited' down there, what with a hot jap babe massaging my cock but then my moral whatever took over n I stood up. Told her I had a girlfriend n Im not gonna do anything. She begged me to sleep with her and tried to make me stay but I ended up going home lol. If I wouldnt have had a girlfriend though I woulda banged her all night long!

I'd call you naive but it wouldn't make any sense because none of this story is true.
 
Amazing, in a country where English is the national language, there are none there that understand the national language. How sad? What's next, banning the tooth fairy because it inspires girls to climb in and out of windows for gifts?
 

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