STDs are on the rise: How Yoni Magic Can Help
Chlamydia, gonorrheal infections, and syphilis are all STDs that affect many people. There were 2.5 million reported cases of these STDs reported in 2019. Half of those occurred among adolescents and young adults ages 15-24. Young people are at a higher risk of contracting these STDs and it’s no surprise why.
Are STDs on the rise?
STDs have been skyrocketing for years. Public health experts are warning about expected STDs rising that started even before the pandemic hit. Cases of chlamydia have increased by 19 percent since 2015. Gonorrhea was up 56 percent at the same time. Even more alarming, syphilis jumped 74 percent.
The unfortunate reality is that these diseases spread because people do not get enough sex education. Raul Romaguera says that less than 20 years ago, there were fewer cases of gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia. That progress had been lost because of challenges to the public health system.
State of Sex Education in the USA
Only 17 states require medically accurate sex ed and only 7 states require topics such as consent to being covered. In 1982, the federal government spent more than $2 billion on abstinence-only until marital education. Research also proves that these programs are not only ineffective but can even be harmful to young children. In 2013, an analysis of research around the world showed that children have seen pornography as early as 10.
Abstinence education only highlights the effective way to avoid sexually transmitted diseases but it doesn’t always focus on how to have safe sex practices. Children are innately curious and when they lack sex education in schools, they turn to the internet as a resource. Thus, they can see unsafe sex practices and take this as a norm.
Yoni Magic is Here to Help
We all know that when children don’t get the proper, medically accurate information, they become more vulnerable to contracting STDs. More than half the cases of STDs are coming from young children. During these times where STDs are on the rise, we should start teaching sex education at home.
Many parents expect the school to handle sex-ed for their children, but schools aren’t up to the task. That’s why we are committed to giving parents tools to better educate their kids. Most children are growing up unprepared to handle these very crucial stages of their life. This includes how to avoid contracting STDs but you have an opportunity to help change this right now.
My Little Yoni, the world’s first vagina superhero shares comprehensive sex education with parents and children of all ages. We have our doctor-approved sex-ed book series covering all the topics children usually don’t learn at school. This includes accurate anatomy, consent, periods, how babies are made, LGBTQ+, and more.
Our children's sex-ed books make the tough conversations that parents need to navigate both easier and fun. My Little Yoni guarantees you'll get practical and fun guide sex education in a shame-free format. This can help lay the foundation for your children's sexual health and development.