Syphilis, once the modern scourge, is spreading again with the help of modern technology. "We've had a dramatic increase," said RN Jan Fox with the Oklahoma State Health Department.
“Later, a friend suggested I turn the story into a video series, and I knew placing it in OKC would give the show something completely new.”“I went to school in Baton Rouge for a journalism degree but couldn’t find any jobs once I graduated,” Jocleen said.
“In 2010, I decided to start writing stories about two different communities that have more in common than people would think: churches and urban arts and culture scenes.”Journalistic principles — recording and reporting human behavior — still apply to Jocleen’s story.
Oklahoma, Tulsa and Cleveland Counties have the most.
"It's fair to say this is sexual Russian roulette," Fox said.
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The steaming chicken sausage Bird Dog and mustard-garnished Roger Dog pair perfectly with loaded chili cheese tots.“When it came to making the series, I knew I had to show how OKC is a relatable, globalized, urban city just like other major cities in the U.S.”The series could easily offer a new perspective of Oklahoma Citians’ hometown."It's mainly for like just hooking up, not really dating." "There's not a lot of interaction before the engagement," said app user Keith Pratt."It's let's meet, and you don't know what you're gonna get." What many are getting is a disease that was all but eradicated decades ago, the same disease that affected figures like Al Capone, Adolf Hitler, even Beethoven.Although it deals with universal relationship issues, the series is unprecedented for OKC’s filmmaking community.