In last week’s edition of ”The Screwtinizer,” DP opinion columnist Arielle Pardes tackled the relevant and persistent issue of Penn students facing the realities of sexually transmitted diseases. Quakers often deny the possibility that it might happen to them or simply don’t want to think about it, she explains.
The thought of having an STI is nauseating. After all, no one looks at a penis oozing pus and says, “That’s hot! I want that in me!”
And now we’re scheduling an appointment with SHS as soon as we get out of class.