Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Crab Lice an Endangered Species



Louse

According to this report, destruction of habitat is blamed for pubic/crab lice becoming an endangered species.
More than 80 percent of college students in the U.S. remove all or some of their pubic hair -- part of a trend that’s increasing in western countries. In Australia, Sydney’s main sexual health clinic hasn’t seen a woman with pubic lice since 2008 and male cases have fallen 80 percent from about 100 a decade ago.
Arguably, a species being endangered is not necessarily a bad thing.

2 comments:

Doom said...

If it meant sexual mores had improved, I'd be with you. The great thing about the crab was it was a relatively easily fixable stop and think 'device'. Without it, worse things are going to be encountered first. And, no... don't even think I didn't have my 'days at the gym'. Never got anything, but I sure... should have. I know that would have slowed me up a little, maybe a lot, and far sooner. Gah!

Erom Nodd said...

Gov't needs to annex pubic hair via the EPA. No shaving, and if infested, no treatment.

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