What is Most Likely STD You Might Catch Doing the Nasty in Michigan?
Although Michigan is not the number one state in the U.S. for STDs, there is one that more Michiganders have than all the others combined.
What's An STD?
If you didn't take sex ed in school an STD is a sexually transmitted disease.
People catch STDs by having unprotected sex. I would like to blame alcohol but it's not the beer's fault. I feel you know this, but I'm sure there are some who are new to the party.
Where Are The Top STDs?
So a quick run of the top STDs people catch are Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, HIV Prevalence, HIV Diagnoses, Herpes, Hepatitis B, and Genital warts, but for today's lesson, we will stick with the first 5 listed.
Which States Have the Most STDs and Where Does Michigan Rank?
If you are heading south to Mississippi you may want to double-wrap that rascal because they are number 1 for most STDs per 100,000 people according to Background Checks.org.
Rounding out the top 5 are Louisiana at number 2, Georgia at number 3, New York at number 4, and South Carolina at number 5.
Michigan came in around the middle of the pack at number 27 with states with the most STDs. So what state is having the safest sex with the fewest STDs?
Vermont comes in at 50 with the lowest amount of sexually transmitted diseases with New Hampshire at number 49, and Maine at number 48.
What STD Are You Likely to Catch in Michigan?
The sexually transmitted disease Michiganders are most likely to catch is the clap also known as Chlamydia. There are more cases of Chlamydia in the state than all the other STDs combined.
Practice safe sex or the applause coming from below your waste won't be the good kind.