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For these letters convey stand for two of greatest plagues on sexiness: Valentine’s Day and venereal disease. Have any two letters ever before had the power to strike such terror into the hearts of singletons everywhere?Hey, it’s a cruel world out there and anyone bandying about phrases about how it’s ‘empowering being single’ or ‘it’ll clear up in three to five days’ whilst looking vaguely pitying, might as well be mentally confining you to a life of sexlessness - or so it can feel.But with the number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) rising in the UK each year, it’s not only those who wear a lot of zebra print and have a working knowledge of the Wetherspoons’ toilet cubicles that are affected, as urban myths would have you believe.
A brief glance at the statistics will paint a very different picture: almost 500,000 new cases of STIs were diagnosed in 2012 in the UK; more than 90,000 were living with HIV and one in two people under 25 tested positive for Chlamydia.
Meanwhile studies show that one in four students catch a sexual infection during their first year of university; three quarters of sexually active women will contract HPV in their lives and by the age of 30, 50 per cent of people will have contracted HSV-1 and 25 per cent of the sexually active, HSV-2. Sign up and along with ‘enjoys yoga,’ you also enter your STI into your profile.