If you’re looking for a hook up this weekend, before you get going be sure he or she is geographically desirable.

There are some towns in New Jersey where sexually transmitted diseases are spreading like wildfire.

There were 44,360 reported cases of syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia in 2016, which is about an 11 percent increase from 2015, according to a New Jersey 101.5 analysis of Department of Health statistics. (I bet you didn’t even know we analyzed those things!)

I think it’s important to note that there are some cities that show a marked increase in STDs, and some that show a decrease. So if you’re looking for safe sex stay away from these towns.


Trenton — 218 more cases
Camden — 158 more cases
Gloucester Township — 119 more cases
Jersey City — 103 more cases
Neptune Township — 90 more cases

Then again, if you’re looking for love you might feel safer in these towns which show decreases in STDs.


Howell – 42 fewer cases
Gloucester City – 25 fewer cases
East Orange – 25 fewer cases
Bound Brook – 22 fewer cases

Have fun and be safe!

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