The Unz Review:ㅤSex Habits of Our Fellow Americans, by Jared Taylor

The Unz Review:ㅤSex Habits of Our Fellow Americans, by Jared Taylor

09-02-24 05:00:00,

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What we old-timers used to call “venereal disease” is back in the news. It’s not “VD” anymore, though, because the term acquired “stigma.” “Sexually transmitted disease” was supposed to be a softer term, but it got infected, too, so now, sensitive people say “STI,” sexually transmitted infection. It’s still the same old thing and you get it the same old way.

NPR warns that “Syphilis cases rise to their highest levels since the 1950s.”

Yikes. And cases of congenital syphilis — that’s babies born with syphilis — are up 937 percent in the last decade.

NPR worries that “racial and ethnic minorities are most disproportionately affected,” but that’s not true. Last I checked, Asians are still a minority and they have far lower rates than whites. And NPR followed that false claim with another. Minorities are more likely to get “STIs” “due to “long standing social inequities that often lead to health inequalities.”

If you are a minority, I guess you can give five other people and even your baby syphilis, but it’s not your fault. It’s “longstanding social inequities.”

Let’s look at what those “social inequities” did to our unfortunate minorities. Here are CDC data the media have completely ignored.

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