“About a minute later the young lady comes out of the same toilet cubicle looking equally suspicious,” the source continued.
Smith was suspended for one game and also faces a misconduct hearing.
The state's health department blamed "high-risk behaviors that have become more common in recent years," including "using social media to arrange casual and often anonymous sexual encounters." A spokesman for Tinder did not respond to a request for comment.Grinder, a hookup app for gay men, was associated with more than half of all syphilis cases in New Zealand in 2012, according to Christchurch Sexual Health Clinic."These new data underscore the importance of encouraging young people to begin talking to a doctor, nurse, or health educator about sexual health," said Rosemary Reilly-Chammat, an HIV/AIDS sexuality specialist for the Rhode Island Department of Education, in a press release.One person who's all too aware of the potential pitfalls is Whitney Wolfe.The 26-year-old American co-founded mobile dating giant Tinder, which now boasts 50 million users and, many believe, is partly responsible for a casual "hook-up" sex culture that's now endemic.
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