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Posted by: Spiderman | 2006/08/01

BLOWJOB

What is the savest way to give a blowjob to a guy-i mean to avoid STD and stuff like that is it a good idea to rinse my mouth with listerine after "sucking a guy of" and is it save to swallow. And can you have aural sex with a guy by licking his rectum-how save is that?

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Hi again Spiderman and thanks for this post.

Oral sex does pose health risks. Felatio (the technical term for oral-penile stimulation) can pose several risks. Remember that HIV is spread from one person to another through body fluids. Two body fluids have a very high risk of HIV infection (semen and blood) and (in terms of male-to-male sex) one fluid poses a significantly lower risk – pre-cum. (Although both semen and pre-cum emerge from the same place they're produced in different sites in your body - hence the difference in HIV concentration.) Someone ejaculating in your mouth could pose a risk of HIV infection - especially if within 30 minutes after you've brushed tour teeth, eaten something that could have scratched your oral mucosal membrane (potato chips, biscuits, a sharp sweet or a rusk), or if you have any other microscopic scratches or any sores in your mouth - these would allow the virus easy entry into your bloodstream. Swallowing semen poses no risk unless there's an entry point for the virus to enter your bloodstream, such as a sore throat - the acids in your stomach will digest the virus.

In order to avoid HIV infection, AT ALL COSTS avoid taking semen in your mouth.

Oral sex can pose other health risks - you can get gonorrhoea or syphilis, for example, through oral sex. Either in your penis or your mouth. Never place a penis with evidence of a discharge, a sore, a blister or a cut in your mouth.

Rimming (the general term for analingus - oral-anal stimulation) doesn't pose a threat of HIV infection but poses health risks in terms of hepatitis, syphilis, gonorrhoea and intestinal parasites.

Note that there's quite a bit of gonorrhoea going around at the moment.

I hope this answers your question. Please post again if anything is unclear.

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