Loneliness created by the breakdown of traditional social patterns, combined with the death of night-club culture, has pushed more and more lonely people to "hook up" on line, using apps like Tinder and Grindr for anonymous sexual encounters, according to Dr Wendell Rosevear, a long-time sexual health campaigner in the Australian city of Brisbane.

Rosevear said he "quite frequently” treats patients who have sex with up to 10 people a day. They have loads of meaningless sex in order to "alleviate that need to have a sense of belonging" while also avoiding "the vulnerability of intimacy."

"In the past, people would often get a sense of belonging and community with social venues, such as nightclubs, but now some of those clubs are dying because people are becoming more reliant on social media and app connection," he told www.news.com.au.

This has led to a massive increase in a smorgasbord of sexual diseases, with Gonorrhoea up 31%, chlamydia up 48%, and syphilis up 70% in the unfortunately named state of Queensland. Much of the increase has been due to homosexuals having less fear of sex due to advances in HIV treatments reducing the chances of transmission.

Brisbane can be taken as a typical example of any city in the modern West, so what is true there is probably true everywhere. A toxic combination of technology and tolerance is making it increasingly easy for degeneracy to spread on a massive scale throughout a modern West that has lost its traditional values. Only radical political action can stop this highly dangerous trend.
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