Stealthing is new dangerous friendly sex trend

Stealth is often admirable. Patti Smith once was quoted as In art and dream may you proceed with abandon. In life may you proceed with balance and stealth. A new behavioral trend called Stealthing redefines and corrupts the more common meaning of stealth.

The design and use of condoms originated around 13,000 years ago. Over the last two centuries, the condom use during sex has helped control sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and reduced unwanted pregnancies. A new trend emerges from a generation after the dark decade of AIDS is something called stealthing, when a man secretly removes a condom in the middle of sex. This trend seems to cover both straight and gay sexual relationships. It is a new form of rape as a non-consensual act might integrate into a consensual act in a relationship.

Does stealthing involve loving or close sexual relationships? Not at all. The term “stealthing” has the obvious benefit of rolling off the tongue faster than “non-consensual” removal of a condom during a sex act. This act can allow transmission of an STD or lead to an unwanted pregnancy. Non-consensual sex is equivalent to “No” and should be defined as rape. But, in the USA, this emerging trend among teens and young adults is very difficult to prosecute. In Florida, Tampa Defense Attorney Hunter Chamberlain indicated that prosecuting for stealthing in the U.S. is difficult. Among litigating legality is that there are very few stealthing cases brought to court.

Courts are just beginning to view Rape cases as being non-consensual. Is stealthing rape? In our puritan perspective, if both partners consent to perform a sex act together, it is no longer viewed as rape. Stealthing is more defined as a secretive part of the sex act NOT SHARED WITH OTHER PARTNER. It might be viewed as an assault – after the fact. Better protection under the law is required to legally prosecute those who practice stealthing.

Stealthing isn’t merely a woman’s dilemma. It appears as a trend among gay men. While there are no risk of unwanted pregnancies, young gay men may not recall the serious AIDS epidemic that infectiously killed several hundred thousands gay men in the 1980’s or 1990’s. AIDS proved to be far more deadly to the gay community than standard sexually transmitted diseases (STD).

Removing the condom during sex, stealthing increases the risks of pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Affected sexual partners are turned into victims and may experience emotional and psychological distress, especially those who have experienced sexual violence in the past.

Stealthing as a rising trend is gross irresponsibility gone wild. So before you give your consent for a sexual tryst, consider stealthing and the trust you have with your consensual partner.

In global environments where polyamory and LGBTQ coexist, consent and trust must be mutual. Otherwise I’d suggest restraining the male using the condom during sex. Though somewhat kinky, it poses fewer dangers than the possibilities of what stealthing delivers. Like rape, stealthing should be a punishable offense.

Stealthing is an unfriendly practice among lovers and friends.

Ebola may one day strike the United States

Some are waiting to see election outcomes for the Senate and Congress. Nearly everyone is anxiously waiting to see what Apple is going to introduce. In spite of explosive world affairs, life seems ominously normal. Yet, an unidentified virus is making kids sick in the Midwest just weeks after an international scare stemming from Ebola virus. How possible is it that Ebola may one day strike the United States?

Researchers rushing progress and testing of a possible Ebola vaccine realize that Ebola may not just be indigenous to several countries in Africa. Apart from international travel and using quarantines to contain possible patients, the key threat is that Ebola is a virus. Viruses attack millions of people in the United States biologically, psychologically, and technologically. It is understandable that countries like the USA are taking vigilant approaches towards safeguard against th3e inception and spread of Ebola.

Biological viruses are relatively common. They are often the cause of common colds and the dreaded flu. To this day, effective medicine against a common cold has been thwarted despite aggressive efforts. Autumn and winter highlight an oft mistaken severe cold called influenza or the flu. Everyone is urged to receive a flu vaccine each year. Flu vaccines change from year to year as viruses mutate to form new subtleties in catching the disease, even if you’ve been immunized earlier.

Some researchers claim that viruses may be a culprit behind psychological diseases such as schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s. Although contrasting research results indicate no relationship, the studies on either side are relatively small. Some professionals feel that a enough of a possibility exists to warrant further study. For now, schizophrenia and Alzheimer’s have no finite cures. Treatments are more symptomatic than curative.

We all know that our computers and mobile devices are subject to viruses as well. One of the great ways that hackers invade the internet and outside networks is by planting viruses. This is why Computer Security and related anti-virus software are so significant. These, like flu vaccines, need routine updating to keep fresh and current.

Computer viruses are technologically created. Biological viruses have naturally occurring in the world’s ecosystem for millions of years and may have been one of the first forms of life. Humans only discovered the existence of viruses around 160 years ago.

These tiny microbes do not need mates to reproduce but virus reproduction is more complex than other microbes, such as bacteria. Just like human environmental concerns are essential in carving our future, environment can impact these microscopic viruses. But how can Ebola viruses land in the USA all those thousands of miles from Africa?

A mysterious disease is claiming children’s lives in Midwest United States. Ii may be an unidentified virus or class of viruses.

Viruses can be found in the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and the things we touch. Intimacy, as innocent as a kiss, may spread herpes as a virus. The major killer HIV/AIDS is a result of a virus. Some claim it may have arisen in Africa, where there was a major epidemic two decades ago.

While tourists, immigration seem like obvious sources of Ebola carriers, there are other ways viruses may travel. Can they fly? Not rally. Many viruses are carried by wind and suspended in our atmosphere. While Ebola may be caught by touching blood or vomit from qa patient, it may be possible that some mutants make it into the air.

Each second, the world spins on its axis. Viruses are less weighed by gravity. They can sweep over water and land masses through the air or water. Mutations can attach themselves to imports and exports, even money. With globalization, local incidents of infection may easily spread throughout the globe. Like many computer viruses, biological viruses may lay dormant for years. When conditions are right, it may rise.

Inasmuch as we know about viruses, more research is justified as considerations on impacting life on our planet. Might Ebola one day strike the United States? It may not be impossible. Vigilant quests to produce inexpensive and efficient vaccines and medications soon are matters of life or death. In those worst case, far-fetched science-fiction scenarios, Ebola may one day strike the United States or some neighboring country. In those cases, which party wins the Congress or what new mobile device Apple is offering is less impacting than being treated for Ebola. When it comes to virus invasion, sicknesses like Ebola are a global concern!