The advent of dating and hook-up apps, such as Grindr and Tinder, in addition to the confused and inconsistent state of sex education in America might help explain these trends.Considering these are the two most common STDs, Health Grove wanted to examine their rates across the country.The dates of the alleged incidents span from 1965 to 2008 across 10 U. Reruns of The Cosby Show and other shows featuring Cosby have also been pulled from syndication by many organizations.
Even in many states that do have sex education programs, the education is not necessarily required to be medically accurate, according to the Guttmacher Institute.
Despite many advancements in healthcare in the past decade, both gonorrhea and chlamydia rates have seen upward trends since 2009.
In an attempt to explain the backlash against Cosby, Adweek reporter Jason Lynch noted that the "media landscape has changed considerably—and has now been joined by the far-less-forgiving social media arena".
Most of the alleged acts fall outside the statutes of limitations for criminal legal proceedings, but criminal charges have been filed against Cosby in one case and numerous civil lawsuits have been brought against him.
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With the earliest incidents allegedly taking place in the mid-1960s, Cosby has been accused by numerous women of rape, drug facilitated sexual assault, sexual battery, child sexual abuse, or sexual misconduct.