This is NY’s favorite bedroom position and it’s crazy

New Yorkers are wild in the bedroom, according to new research by Nasty Gal. You might want to try it (if you haven’t already) on Valentine’s Day. The folks at Nasty Gal looked at the most popular intimate positions in each state.

The “corkscrew” is New Yorkers’ favorite position in the bedroom.

Honestly, I had no idea what it was, so I had to look it up. Women’s Health describes how to do the corkscrew,

Lean over the edge of a bed or bench (we recommend an indoor bench for this one) and rest on your hip and forearm to one side. Press into your thighs as your partner stands and straddles you, then enters from behind.

That looks interesting. It looks like it would be fun to try around the house. Nasty Gal also researched the most popular kink for each state.

New York’s favorite fetish is masochismwhich Merriam-Webster describes as,

The derivation of sexual gratification from being subjected to physical pain or humiliation by oneself or another person

Favorite position and New York fetish make for quite an adventurous combination. Whatever your preferred position and fetish, just be sure to protect yourself when doing it!

These 3 sexually transmitted infections are the most popular in New York

With COVID-19 and the flu dominating the news cycle, it might be easy to overlook other harmful bacterial infections that keep doing their rounds. While we can enjoy a good sneaky bond or entanglement, there can be serious repercussions. Don’t get me wrong, sexually transmitted infections are still around. Three groups, in particular, are most affected by STIs in New York State,

The highest rates of STIs in New York State continued to be seen among young people, non-Hispanic blacks, and men who have sex with men.

According to the most recent data released by the New York State Department of Health, these three sexually transmitted diseases are the most commonly transmitted.

3. Syphilis
Early onset syphilis is the third most common STI with 7,247 New Yorkers contracting the disease. Gangster and mob boss Al Capone died of complications from untreated syphilis,

Due to failing health, Capone was released from prison on November 16, 1939, and referred to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore for treatment of paresis (caused by late-stage syphilis).

In New York, New York County had the most cases with 1,922. Outside of the city, the Hudson Valley region had the most cases with 424. Antibiotics can cure syphilis, but damage caused by leaving it untreated cannot be repaired.

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2. Gonorrhea
Gonorrhea is the second most common STI in New York. There have been 40,896 reported cases,

The increase for women was higher than for men (10.6% compared to 9.2%). Additionally, rates were highest in males aged 20 to 34 and females aged 15 to 24.

The highest number of gonorrhea cases were in New York County with 9,242. Outside of NYC, the Rochester area had the most cases with 2,652 and the Buffalo area was not far behind with 2 521 cases. It can be treated with antibiotics, but there is a new antimicrobial resistant gonorrhea.

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The most commonly reported STI in New York is chlamydia. In 2019, there were 124,389 cases of Chlamydia statewide. Kings County had the most cases with 23,171 reported. New Yorkers between the ages of 15 and 24 had the most STI cases with a total of 46,877. There were 34,418 cases (27.7%) among African Americans,

Non-Hispanic black individuals are disproportionately affected by chlamydia, followed by Native American/Alaska Native and Hispanic individuals.

Chlamydia can be cured with antibiotics.

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If you suspect you might have an STI, you can find a testing clinic near you here.

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