Match.com better watch its back. According to CNN there are new dating sites on the market and it looks like they might be poised to attract a boatload of clients. Now, people with STDs have their own dating sites to use. From CNN:
One in four women is infected with genital herpes, and nearly one in five men according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And a study in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association finds that one in four women has human papillomavirus, which can cause genital warts and cervical cancer.
Ummm...I guess there's probably a lot to joke about, but I always catch myself joking about herpes and then wondering if I may have offended anyone, because odds are high that in a group of two or more people there's a decent chance one will have an STD. And I also know that if I make too many jokes, karma will get me back.
So...yay STD websites! Now the question is, do they have a list of sexually transmitted diseases that you check off? Herpes? Check. HPV? Check. Syphillis? Check. Or do people specify what they're looking for? "Looking for long-term relationship with someone who has genital warts like me. Serious offers only. Crabs sufferers need not contact me."