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It also does a great job of making invisible the fact that women with an STI likely got it from a man and women who have an STI, regardless of how they got one, can give it away.
That last image is also a great example of America's puzzling history of declaring "War" on nouns. We all know about Drugs and Terror, but the War on VD is a new one to me; this tendency goes back a lot further than I'd thought! So in this view, a man gets a disease from a dirty woman and gives it to a clean woman - but the victim in this situation is the man. One of the ways to prevent VD is "5. Be fair - live as straight a life yourself as you expect of women.
Yet another example of what the post was talking about. Small print under Danger: Advertising doctors try to scare young men about this and take their money. Too bad nothing's changed. Women are supposed to get invasive, expensive medical attention annual pelvics, etc. And then they got it from a dirty slut! In Britain anyway the traditional libertine figure had by WWII been discredited and the prostitutes he frequented had stopped being so much of an official concern they were professionals who knew about prophylaxis.
Social anxiety had moved onto young girls being enticed by exotic African-American GI's stationed in Britain instead! Demobilised soldiers returning home, and men who had stayed at home, were also starting to shoulder more of the blame for infecting their wives and children. It's interesting to see different countries try to deal with VD, 'making vice safe', the moral double standard and public health issues, and how it is all influenced by the gender norms of the period.
Abstinence-only campaigns should recognize that marriage doesn't always protect against STIs. I honestly don't get posts like this. Are we supposed to feel angry, sad, helpless, motivated? Just how are we supposed to feel? These pictures are no indication of how things are today, since they are ninety years old. She's looking at it from the bias of our own time. She doesn't consider the social factors back then, or the state of VD's in that time.