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  1. STD’s is a topic we have discussed many times here on TOB. Being associated with public health I wanted you all to know that chlamydia and syphilis have increased significantly in Colorado recently according to the Colorado Department of Health. Syphilis is primarily showing up in older men, not youth or middle age according to the CDH. Something that you wouldn’t expect but it makes sense. I think members are smart on having protection here on TOB. But some men are stepping beyond this platform and taking risks and encountering women that go raw. Syphlis can kill you if not treated. Besides that, you will be contacted by the CDH when you need treatment. Women can spot the sores on the penis but men cannot identify if the women have sores in their vagina. Going bare at this particular post Covid era, your changes are better than 70% you will be infected. Be smart everyone. Don’t take that risk. It’s not with it.
  2. Survival of the Illest

    Recently, as in a few days ago, giving plenty of time for input, an up and coming provider came out as having an incurable STD in the forum and no one except yours truly said a thing. Now, who could expect less from the white knights but, that there was NO outward alarm at such reckless behavior says volumes about all my Usual Suspects AKA trolls, waiting to pounce on any inkling of non-conformity. I used to think it was my unapologetic forthrightness but no, it's what I always suspected, just protectionism at its best. It's a dog eat dog world out there, gents!
  3. Ad shows something wrong

    I came across an ad where the young lady clearly was infected with Molluscum contagiosum… a rather severe case. It’s considered an STD/STI in adults. It’s probably well known unless you have kids… it’s a pain to get rid of. What should be the appropriate course of action, beyond obviously not visiting.
  4. FYI: Lube safety

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