How Milwaukee’s Public Health Agency Is Using Porn to Control the Streets

Milwaukee Public Health Director Dr. Dan Ariely was in New York to speak at the New York Public Library’s annual conference of the Society for Public Health.

He told the audience that “pornography is not only harmful, it’s also dangerous.”

Ariel went on to warn that porn consumption has been linked to an increase in sexually transmitted infections.

The public health director’s comments come at a time when Milwaukee Public Library is experiencing a wave of increased usage of porn on social media.

According to a study published in the Journal of American Health, the rate of STIs has increased by 20 percent in the past year.

Public health officials in the city are working to make sure that users have a clean, safe environment when using the public library.

In the past month, Milwaukee Public Libraries officials have implemented measures to prevent the spread of STI-causing materials such as condom wrappers and sex toys.

The department has also partnered with the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin to investigate reports of the library staff using inappropriate sexual language.

Milwaukee Public health director Dr. Arieley also spoke at the conference about the importance of providing condoms to users of the public health agency.

“We’re also talking about safe, accessible restrooms,” Arieles told the crowd.

“When people come in and use the public restroom, it has to be safe.

If they’re using a place where you know that they’re not going to use a restroom that’s not safe, that’s a problem.”