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However, there are in-person venues, like bars, where some are also just looking to have sex.
"So there's a big question in my mind about whether these [app] contexts are any more or less risky than those in-person venues," Holloway said.
Just to give you an example, first night here, I was walking around looking for a good place to get a drink.
I stopped this cute chick in business attire, probably in late 20's, to ask her for a recommendation. So we drive around and I invite her in to get a drink with me.
When I called her, she immediately tried to get me to come to her house.Yet despite all the finger-pointing at these social media dating tools, some researchers say there just hasn't been enough research done to prove a link between these apps and the rise of sexually transmitted infections."It's very easy for policy-makers and other public health officials to make these broad statements about the apps being the reason that STIs are spiking," said Ian Holloway, assistant professor of social welfare at UCLA who has done research into these issues. "We don't know if apps are driving these epidemiological trends." The apps obviously facilitate meeting, he said, and for those interested in having sex with a lot of people, they would be a logical place to look. Unless you're really into nature (great mountains, lakes and parks nearby), you'll get bored here pretty quickly.DEFINITELY rent a car, or else you're more or less stranded in the downtown area -- and you'll be chained to your hotel room and bars. They're the old Canadian dollar prices, except before the Canadian dollar equaled the US dollar, so for a burger and fries or for a bottle of coke is fairly standard.