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« on: September 13, 2019, 01:02:51 am »

Can unprotected oral sex transmit HIV? Some sources say that it is not safe, and others say that the risk is only theoretical...
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2019, 05:24:35 am »

It's only unsafe if you have wounds in your mouth
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« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2019, 08:38:58 pm »

Can unprotected oral sex transmit HIV? Some sources say that it is not safe, and others say that the risk is only theoretical...

No reliable source says that unprotected oral sex is safe.  That was true even before HIV.  It is true even if you don't have any sores anywhere on your body.  

Some of the diseases that are transmitted through unprotected oral sex are HIV, herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, HPV, and viral hepatitis.  HPV causes warts or cancer.  

Oral herpes simplex (cold sores, fever blisters) and genital herpes simplex are very common;  the majority of people in the world have one or the other.  The virus can be transmitted even if there are no visible sores and can infect the lips, mouth, penis, anus, etc.  

Oral transmission of HIV is low risk but it is not no risk.  It can happen even without visible sores or wounds.

If you are having any kind of unprotected sex, consider using PrEP.

http://www.whatisprep.org/
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« Reply #3 on: September 30, 2019, 05:53:58 am »

Can unprotected oral sex transmit HIV? Some sources say that it is not safe, and others say that the risk is only theoretical...

No reliable source says that unprotected oral sex is safe.  That was true even before HIV.  It is true even if you don't have any sores anywhere on your body.  

Some of the diseases that are transmitted through unprotected oral sex are HIV, herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, HPV, and viral hepatitis.  HPV causes warts or cancer.  

Oral herpes simplex (cold sores, fever blisters) and genital herpes simplex are very common;  the majority of people in the world have one or the other.  The virus can be transmitted even if there are no visible sores and can infect the lips, mouth, penis, anus, etc.  

Oral transmission of HIV is low risk but it is not no risk.  It can happen even without visible sores or wounds.

If you are having any kind of unprotected sex, consider using PrEP.

http://www.whatisprep.org/

To add what @BearBearBear said...... I think the GMHC and the CDC has done such a good job pushing A.I.D.S. and H.I.V. awareness, that the communities has forgotten about all the other deadly diseases besides A.I.D.S. Look, I understand that sex feel exponentially better condomless. However, there are some extremely nasty mutherfuckes out here, mutherfuckers that have things they often keep in secret, or don't even know they have because they're doin' shit on the downlow. You have to put that condom on until you feel you fully know your partner (and sometimes not even then). This is not something you can simple put in the category of "he think too much." If you don't put that shit on, you may find yourself waking up to not having any lips; or contracting something that will be there for the rest of your life (way after you've left that "hot stud"). Kapeesh?

-AOS
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« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2020, 11:35:00 pm »

Actually their is a research they did on this, with more then 300 couple where one of them are HIV positive and was taking the medicine and the other partner swallow the cum, and one 1 on them got the virus on the body. They Did also on sex and none of the partners who where HIV free got the virus from their lover. So a think that it is safe to suck someone who have the virus, better if they are more than 6 months non-transferable, this way only thing you have to do is not swallow the cum.
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« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2020, 11:53:24 pm »

Actually their is a research they did on this, with more then 300 couple where one of them are HIV positive and was taking the medicine and the other partner swallow the cum, and one 1 on them got the virus on the body. They Did also on sex and none of the partners who where HIV free got the virus from their lover. So a think that it is safe to suck someone who have the virus, better if they are more than 6 months non-transferable, this way only thing you have to do is not swallow the cum.

Has everybody but me forgot about "pre-cum?" You've been swallowing that semen before he actually came. It's a moot point.
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« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2020, 06:00:07 pm »

To talk about "safe" vs. "unsafe" is an oversimplification.  Risk has to be measured along a continuous scale.  For example:

  • Jumping out of a second-floor window might be less risky than jumping out of a tenth-floor window.  Does that mean jumping out of the second-floor window is "safe?"
  • Driving 100 km/hr on an icy road might be less risky than driving 200 km/hr on that road.  Does that mean driving 100 km/hr on ice is "safe?"

There is risk of disease transmission in unprotected oral sex--even without ejaculation.  It's less than the risk of disease transmission from unprotected anal sex with ejaculation.  That doesn't make unprotected oral sex "safe." 
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