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The estimated total number of people living in the U.S. with an incurable STD is over 65 million. Every year, there are approximately 15 million new cases of STD's, a few of which are curable.

  • Pregnant teenage girls can carry an average 2.3 STD's.
  • 80% of pregnant teenage girls who decide to keep the child will live under the poverty level for at least the next 10 years.
  • Young fathers of these babies will have to pay between $60,000 and $80,000 in child support
  • In 1950 there were 5 known STD's. Today there are over 30 with an over 30% incurable rate.
  • AIDS is not the only disease killing our children.
  • Young girls on birth control are 10x's more likely to contract a STD
  • AMA released a bulletin in 2003 that every teenage girls who is sexually active must be tested fro Chlamydia every 6 months.


Names of some STD's


Chancroid, Chlamydia, Crabs, Gonorrhea, Hepatitus, HPV (genital warts), Nongonnoccal Urethritis (NGU), Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Scabies, Syphilis, Virginities - just to name a few.




We Need To Teach Our Children Of The Risks Involved With Pre-Marital Sex




Women of Substance Ministries


Hotline - 1-866-86 ABUSE


P.O. Box 117


Lindenhurst, NY 11757


Office - 1- 631-321-1233


Office (toll free) - 1-888- 4 WOSMIN


E-mail - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Less Than half of the adults ages 18 to 44 have ever been tested for a STD other than HIV/AIDS.   Two-thirds of all STD's occurs in people 25 years of age or younger.   One in four new STD infections occur in teenagers.   Within the next 24 hours 12,000 teenagers will be infected with a STD.   1 in 4 of everyone over the age of 12 years old is now infected with herpes.   Teenage girls have a 4x's greater risk of carrying an STD than getting pregnant.   47% of all sexually active teens are already infected - Christian or not.   HPV (genital warts) is the #1 cause of cervical cancer in young women.   Second Leading cause of death in young women today is cervical cancer.   Chlamydia is the most common STD and it has no symptoms. It can make teenage girls sterile.   Young girls becoming sterile has increase 500% since 1998