U.S. Marine Corps an Orgy Palace of Stoned, Drunk, Horny Teens, New UCSF Study Suggests

By Matt Smith

While doomsayers bemoan America's ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, researchers at the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center may have turned up a brilliant silver lining.

Thanks to desperate recruiting methods required to staff those wars, the U.S. Marines may be turning military service into a male sexual fantasy land, where recruits are paid actual money to cohabitate with drunk, stoned, horny teenage girls.

UCSF scientists tested and surveyed 2,157 female U.S. Marine recruits — out of 2,288 possible respondents — with an average age of 19. Researchers found that the young women  were more than twice as likely as non-military

young women to be infected with venereal diseases. And the recruits were prone to

engage in behaviors likely to get them sick again.

The sexually-precocious female recruits “perceived that sex is more

likely and enjoyable under the influence of alcohol, and were heavy

alcohol and drug users before recruit training entry,” according to a November 2008 UCSF study titled “Relationships among Sociodemographic Markers, Behavioral Risk, and sexually transmitted infections in U.S. Female Marine Corps Recruits.”

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