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Think about it: Oral sex puts you into contact with skin and body fluids—semen, vaginal fluids, blood, urine, feces, breast milk—any of which can contain disease-causing viruses or bacteria… And spitting out these fluids will not protect you from infection. Simple acts like shaving too close and flossing leave tiny cuts that can allow viruses and bacteria to enter the body. Sexually transmitted infections STIs that can be passed from one partner to another through oral sex include herpes, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphillis and Human papillomavirus HPV.
There are many brands, styles, types and flavors to choose from, so experiment to find one that works for you. Always have your barrier method of choice on hand. Correct and consistent use of protection is KEY in lowering your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection STI. Use a new barrier for each oral sex act.
Carefully remove and discard used barriers, and steer clear of fluid contact. If you see lesions, growths or unusual discharge in the genital area, hold off. These symptoms can be due to numerous STIs, and physical contact with them can lead to infection. Check your body periodically and contact your health care provider if you have any concerns. Oral sex can be fun, but it can also spread disease. Gross, right? Explore barrier methods. Be prepared! Use a barrier every time.
Look before you lick. Yes you can! Time required: 1 minute… Seriously! Starting with an unlubricated or flavored condom, carefully remove the condom from the package. NOTE: Because they cannot be stored safely, homemade dental dams cannot be made ahead of time. NOTE: Do not cut all the way through the condom. Roll the condom out flat. You now have a thin, rectangular sheet perfect for use during oral sex! Use only water-based lubricants with latex condoms.
Latex condoms become damaged when used with oil-based substances—such as petroleum jelly, cooking oil, baby oil, mineral oil and skin lotions—as lubricants. Not into latex? Try polyurethane condoms.
Polyurethane is often considered better than latex in several ways: it conducts heat better than latex, can be used with oil-based lubricants and does not have an odor.Oral guy looking to service
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