But she also said dating websites had the potential to help raise awareness."[They could] be a really great place to get information about how to protect yourself," Dr Bateson said."It's all about normalising things, I think the key with older people is they haven't grown up with this sort of normalisation of STIs, talking about STIs, going and seeing the doctor."Sydney man Trevor, 55, started dating again after the end of a long-term relationship.He dated three different women over the course of six months but never used condoms."Maybe it's just stupidity, maybe it's naivety, I don't really know, it was just never…make sure that we do continue with these public health campaigns to let people know about the risks, keep people in perspective," Dr Bateson said."I think one of the key things is if people do have sex without a condom, and it can happen, that they feel confident and comfortable abut getting tested.
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