slides: Rhode Island’s Sexual Health Worst In New England—New Ranking
Friday, January 04, 2013
Sexual Health Rankings, just released this week.
The first-ever assessment of state-by-state data on 26 comprehensive health and services measures that speak to sexual health put the Ocean State at #19 overall in the US, and #6 among New England states. Vermont was the #1 state in the country for sexual health, while Mississipi was the worst at #51. Variance, LLC, has produced the rankings in collaboration with The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health, an education and advocacy organization based in Pawtucket, RI.
See how the numbers played out, below.
- College Women Having More Sex in Relationships Than Hookups
- Women Who Witness Violence More Likely to Have Risky Sex
- Good Is Good: Do Teen Boys Want Love, Not Sex?
- Men’s Waist Size Linked to Sexual Dysfunction
- Mixed Reaction on Chafee’s Same-Sex Marriage Executive Order
- Providence Named Top Place for Sex by RealAge
- Same-Sex Marriage Supporters Tout Victories in Election
- Sex Gets Less Safe in College, Miriam Study Finds
- Sex and the 50-Something Woman—Women & Infants Expert