Myth & Reality

The blue waffles disease made many individuals worried about their well-being, especially the youngsters who are engaged in sexual activities. The term “Blue Waffles Disease” is a not a disease in itself. It’s only a term that was made up to describe a very bad vaginal infection. Encouraging the use of proper names for sexual disease may help curb the use of slang, even when used in a joking manner. This will help protect people and keep lines of communication open. As always, safe sex practices should be used when there are multiple sexual partners. In this article we will debunk the myth of the blue waffles disease.

The blue waffles disease is an urban legend, a Myth ! However STDs are not and any symptoms listed about are to be taken seriously and could mean infection with an STD. If you or anyone you know is experiencing these symptoms, it is important to see a physician or health clinic as soon as possible. Complications of an untreated STD are serious and could cause permanent infertility or worse if left untreated.

myth of the blue waffles disease : Confirmed

This wasn’t the first time Internet-born phenomenons managed to inspire fear within young people. The myth of the blue waffles disease is the latest internet born phenomenon. New technologies have blurred the line of reality and virtuality. The best example of that blur in action is the Slender Man controversy. Even after a man came out and admitted that he’d made up the monster known as Slender Man, kids across the world continued to believe it was real and commit acts of violence in the monster’s name.

This “joke” reveals some of nowadays problems. We are so shy when it comes to talking about our bodies, than instead of asking your doctor or your family, many young people are quick to take their queries to the Internet. Due to massive access to information, but there’s no easy way for young people to dissect what is or is not real. Youngster tend to believe what they see. Put some gross pictures and some medical gibberish and they will certainly be convinced. They should always double or triple check any information and verify their sources ! People should always check information on  Snopes.com , Hoaxbuster.com or www.thoughtco.com .

Remember:  Prevention is always the best cure and don’t trust the internet !