A new research of experts is warning all those men, who had sex after parties, pubs or games related to the Rugby World Cup that was held last year, to be standing at higher risks of contracting a sexually transmitted infection.
With similar concerns, a group of sexual health clinicians is continuously arguing as well urging authorities to start promoting condoms continuously without any halt. Also, they are recommending the concerned authorities to make alcohol availability limited at all the large sporting events in the future.
Moreover, a lead author of the study has also proposed the government to ban or state it illegal to alcohol sponsorship of sporting events.
“People who are outside of their homes behave in different ways and the whole Rugby World Cup was sold as a big party, so we expected there would be a lot of drinking,” University of Otago professor and co-author of the study, Ms. Jennie Connor, said.
She explained that the chances of instances linking drinking with sex are very high as alcohol definitely affects a drinker’s choice on who they sleep with.
The issue arose with the reports confirming an increase in the number of Bacterial STI diagnoses during the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
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