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Lynn Sosa, TB/STD control programs coordinator at DPH.
At the Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective, they are seeing STDs not only in gay men, but also in heterosexual men and women.
Connecticut has one of the lowest rates of STDs in the country, ranking 42 for gonorrhea and syphilis cases.
But in the state’s largest cities, the rates are relatively high.
“And because most people do not see oral sex as sex, it’s seen as a casual low-risk type of activity.” Adding to the problem is message fatigue among the gay community.
“It’s a group that’s been hearing the same message for a long time,” says Dr.
In Connecticut, it is still mainly seen in the male gay community.
“Nobody is immune and STDs have become essentially endemic with the sexually-active populations,” he says.
“Beginning in July 2016, we started conducting oral and rectal swabs for chlamydia and gonorrhea, whereas prior to this, we only tested urine in men,” says Joshua Rozovsky of the Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective.