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Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postPosted: 28 October 2021, 21:46
by Brenden
Simonsub wrote:
Petite wrote:
Twilight66 wrote:Although mostly straight, I have given oral sex a couple of times without the other guy wearing a condom. It seemed to me that the pleasure I derived from the act was mostly due to the sensual feeling of my mouth on his skin, and feeling how his cock reacted without any barriers to dull the pleasure both for him and me. I have heard that the chance of getting AIDS from giving oral sex is extremely low. Anybody have some real facts/stats about this issue?

Same here, giving oral with a condom just doesn't make sense. I think it's virtually impossible to transmit aids through oral..

It's still possible but it is said that your stomach acid will kill the HIV bacteria. Risk is possible if you have mouth ulcers or sores.

HIV — Human Immunodeficiency Virus — is, as the name implies, a virus, not a bacterium.

Simonsub wrote:I have performed oral sex on hundreds if guys and never with a condom...ugh!...but there will always be some risk.

You'll be happy to learn that the risk from receptive oral is less than 1 in 10,000 exposures, according to the CDC.

However, you risk from many other STIs, such as HPV which might cause oral/throat cancer or hide in tissue and then cause dementia later in life, is very high. :shake:

Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postPosted: 7 November 2021, 19:09
by Simonsub
"You'll be happy to learn that the risk from receptive oral is less than 1 in 10,000 exposures, according to the CDC."

very happy to learn that Brendon :-)

Simon :-)

Re: How to practice safe sex.

Unread postPosted: 20 November 2021, 17:55
by happyalice
It's all about trusting your partner, and if you don't, you'd better take care of your health and protect yourself, but it's up to you.) :english: