Women Unprotected Sex

“…A study of women between the ages of 18 and 40 found a large percentage adopt a ‘head in the sand’ approach to sexually transmitted diseases”

– The average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with a total of four different men

– Study finds average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with total of four men

– 1/3rd of women get ‘swept away in the moment’ and forget about using condoms

– 18% of said they are often too drunk to use contraception

– 8% said they “just don’t like using condoms”

– 1 in 5 said they trust their sexual partners not to give them an infection

– 12% think contraception is not always readily available when it is needed

– 30 to 40 (age group) were the most likely to have contracted a sexually transmitted infection, followed by those in the 18 to 29 (age group)

– 30 to 40 (age group) were most likely to have taken the morning-after pill

– 1 in 10 of all women polled (via SurveyStud) said they were likely to have unprotected sex when they are on vacation

– 16% over-thirties say they have got worse at using contraception as they have get older

– 1 in 5, 30 to 40-year-old have had unsafe sex in the last 3 months, compared to 1 in 7 women from 18 thru 29

SurveyStud: https://appsto.re/us/Ddj18.i

Women Heart Disease 

“…Fewer women than men survive their first heart attack”

General statistics

– Cardiovascular diseases and stroke cause 1 in 3 women’s deaths each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds.

– An estimated 44 million women in the U.S. are affected by cardiovascular diseases.

– 90% of women have one or more risk factors for heart disease or stroke.

– Women have a higher lifetime risk of stroke than men.

– 80% of heart disease and stroke events may be prevented by lifestyle changes and education

– Fewer women than men survive their first heart attack.

– The symptoms of heart attack can be different in women vs. men, and are often misunderstood – even by some physicians.

Hispanic women

– Hispanic women are likely to develop heart disease 10 years earlier than Caucasian women.

– Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death for Hispanic women, killing nearly 21,000 annually.

-Only 34% of Hispanic women know that heart disease is their greatest health risk.

– Hispanic women are least likely to have a usual source of health medical care and only 1 in 8 say that their doctor has ever discussed their risk for heart disease.

African American women

– Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death for African-American women, killing over 48,000 annually.

– Only 36% of African American women know that heart disease is their greatest health risk.

– African-American women ages 20 and older, 48.3% have cardiovascular disease. Yet, only 14% believe that cardiovascular disease is their greatest health problem.

– 50% of African-American women are aware of the signs and symptoms of a heart attack.

SurveyStud: https://appsto.re/us/Ddj18.i

Coffee Statistics

Coffee Statistics: 50% of the population, equivalent to 150 million Americans, drink espresso, cappuccino, latte, or iced/cold coffees.

Coffee Consumption:

– Over 50% of Americans over 18 years of age drink coffee every day. This represents over 150 million daily drinkers.

– 30 million American adults drink specialty coffee beverages daily; which include a mocha, latte, espresso, café mocha, cappuccino, frozen/iced coffee beverages

– The average price for an espresso based drink is $3.45

– The average price for brewed coffee is $2.38

– Men drink as much coffee as women; each consuming an average of 1.6 cups per day

– Women seem to be more concerned about the price than men

– Among coffee drinkers, the average consumption in the United States is 3.2 cups of coffee per day

– The average coffee cup size is 9 ounces.

– 30% of the population drinks coffee occasionally

– 65% of all coffee is consumed during breakfast hours 30% between meals, and the remaining 5% with other meals

– 35% of coffee drinkers prefer black coffee

– 65% prefer to add sugar and/or cream

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Shocking Spending Habits

“…half of American households don’t save any money”

– The average size of the American home has nearly tripled in size over the past 50 years (NPR)

– 1 out of every 10 Americans rent offsite storage—the fastest growing segment of the commercial real estate industry over the past four decades. (New York Times Magazine)

– 25% of people with two-car garages don’t have room to park cars inside them and 32% only have room for one vehicle. (U.S. Department of Energy)

– 3.1% of the world’s children live in America, but they own 40% of the toys consumed globally (UCLA)

– The average American woman owns 30 outfits—one for every day of the month. In 1930, that figure was nine (Forbes)

– The average American family spends $1,700 on clothes annually (Forbes)

– The average American throws away 65 pounds of clothing per year (Huffington Post)

– Americans spend more on shoes, jewelry, and watches ($100 billion) than on higher education (Psychology Today)

– 93% of teenage girls rank shopping as their favorite pastime (Affluenza)

– Women will spend more than eight years of their lives shopping (The Daily Mail)

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Women and HIV 

“…Slightly more than 40% of the women did not know the HIV status of their last sexual partner–more than 40% of our participants had an annual household income of $10,000 or less”

In the United States

– Women account for one in five new HIV diagnoses and deaths caused by AIDS.

– The proportion of AIDS diagnoses reported among women has more than tripled since 1985.

– Approximately one in four people living with HIV infection in the U.S. are women.

– The vast majority of women diagnosed with HIV (86%) contracted the virus through heterosexual sex

– African Americans constituted 63% of women diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in 2013

– African Americans and Hispanics represent 28% of all women in the U.S. but they account for 80% of HIV cases among women

– African-American women have an HIV prevalence rate nearly three and a half times that of white women

Around the Globe

– Worldwide, women constitute more than half of all people living with HIV

– For women in their reproductive years (ages 15–49), HIV/AIDS is the leading cause of death

– Women are at least twice more likely to acquire HIV from men during sexual intercourse than vice versa

– A study in South Africa found that young women who experienced intimate partner violence were 50% more likely to have acquired HIV than women who had not experienced violence

– In 2014, 73% of pregnant women living with HIV received effective antiretroviral medicines to prevent the transmission of HIV to their children

– In sub-Saharan Africa, women constitute 58% of all people living with HIV

– In 2014, 62% of all new HIV infections among adolescents occurred among adolescent girls

Surveystud: https://appsto.re/us/Ddj18.i

Women In The Military

“…200k+ women are on the active-duty in the military, including 69 generals and admirals”

Lets look at the numbers:

– About 203,000 in 2011, or 14.5% of the active-duty force of nearly 1.4 million

– That number comprises about 74,000 in the Army, 53,000 in the Navy, 62,000 in the Air Force and 14,000 in the Marine Corps


– Nearly 167,000 women were in the enlisted ranks, making up 14.2% of that force

– There were 36,000 women in the officer corps, or 16.6%

– Among the top ranks, 69 of the 976 generals and admirals — 7.1% — were women

– There were 28 female generals in the Air Force, 19 in the Army, one in the Marine Corps and 21 female admirals in the Navy

– 3,698 new female officers in 2015, 579 were graduates of the nation’s service academies

– In addition, 18% of the 722,000 enlisted reservists and National Guard troops and 19% of their 113,000 officers are women

– In the Coast Guard, now a division of the Department of Homeland Security, women made up 10.5% of the total force of 44,000 active-duty and reserve personnel

Front-line duties:

– Enlisted women made up 2.7% of the military’s front-line units. Women were barred from the infantry, but were allowed to serve on gun crews, air crews and in seamanship specialties. Among officers, women represented 5.4% of those involved in “tactical operations”

– Despite the official ban on combat, women who served in Iraq and Afghanistan often found themselves engaged in firefights

– Women made up 67 of the nearly 3,500 Americans lost in hostile fire in Iraq and 33 of the 1,700-plus killed in combat in Afghanistan; more than 600 others in Iraq and 300 in Afghanistan were wounded

SurveyStud: https://appsto.re/us/Ddj18.i

Women In Sports

– Women’s teams account for 37% of athletic program operating expenses

– Women make up 57% of college undergraduates but receive only 42% of athletic participation opportunities

– Women account for only 42% of head coaches in women’s sports and 2% in men’s

– Women hold 35% of all athletic administrative positions but only 19% of head administrative jobs in women’s athletic programs

– Only 8% of athletic directors are females in Division I schools

– Female participation in high school sports has increased from 294,000 athletes in 1971 to 2.9 million in 2006

– Female participation in intercollegiate sports has increased from 16,000 in 1970 to over 180,000 in 2005

– The number of women’s collegiate athletic teams has increased from an average of 2.5 to 8.45 per school

SurveyStud: https://appsto.re/us/Ddj18.i