About 1 in 4 teenage girls, in the United States, have had at least one sexually transmitted disease according to a recent study released by the CDC.
"What we found is alarming," said Dr. Sara Forhan, a researcher with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the study's lead author. "The days of the 'good girl' are gone and have been replaced by skanks eager to spread their legs for any hot, horny teen boy. The result has been an epidemic of STDs being spread at an alarming rate."
"It shows that what people have always suspected is true," said Dr. Emily J. Erbelding, an infectious diseases specialist at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. "Teenage girls are nasty little ho'bags and the crud seething between their legs is being passed around to any idiot willing to stick it. Sack it if you're going to smack it."
Dr. Ligia Peralta, chief of the Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at the University of Maryland Hospital for Children in Baltimore disagrees with Dr. Erbelding's assertions but warns parents to take the results of the study seriously. "Quit allowing your daughters to dress and act like hookers. For God's sake, parents today are allowing their girls to traipse into the world like street trash. No wonder young men with raging hormones are nailing them left and right."
There are 19 million sexually transmitted diseases in the United States - costing the healthcare system $15 billion a year. STDs have been called a public health epidemic and young girls shouldn't look at them as a badge of womanhood. "Any animal can sex," said Dr. Erbelding adding, "but at least they clean themselves afterward."