Sunday, June 09, 2019

Kansas City Suffers STD Spike But Gay Former Jayhawk Develops New Tech To Help Nasty Metro Burning Sensation

Important spotlight as the World Health Organization reveals that ONE MILLION new STD infections are diagnosed EVERY DAY. He's the first former University of Kansas football player to come out as gay and he has developed some important new tech that will soon be available and is desperately need in Kansas City amid the latest STI surge. Checkit:

Ex-Kansas University football player launches STI test kit

LAWRENCE - As the first former University of Kansas football player to come out as gay, Brad Thorson knows that talking about sex can be awkward and intimidating.But he also knows the health dangers that can come from not talking about it."There's a lot of shame still in getting STIs (sexually transmitted infections)," Thorson said.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You need to wear a hazmat suit when having sex with anyone in this city.

Anonymous said...

So this fag guy admits that it is the fags that are spreading STI's to other fags.
Refreshing to hear the truth.

Anonymous said...

P&L district is responsible for STDs being passed around.

Anonymous said...

A former Jayhawk now a Gayhawk.

Anonymous said...

Too bad they weren’t talking about this at the Gay Pride weekend. Homosexuals are very promiscuous sluts and spread disease like crazy fast. I’m unsure what they are proud of.

Anonymous said...

During tornado warning in Lawrence, people were urged to go Memorial Stadium as the chance for a touchdown there is remote.