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Oral sex
Oral sex is using your mouth, lips or tongue to stimulate your partner’s genitals or anus. Oral sex can put strain on your relationship if one partner doesn’t enjoy it or has concerns about it.


The Best ORAL SEX Ever
Oral sex has a way of doing that, beckoning lov-ers to come get a taste. Those who have been there As with any sex act, oral sex mastery comes with time, ded-ication, practice, and desire and, as a...


Keywords: Sexual behavior c oral sex c HIV risk c Sexually...
The measures of sexual behavior presented in this report were collected using Audio Computer-Assisted About 6.5 percent of men 25–44 years of age have had oral or anal sex with another man.


Prevalence and Timing of Oral Sex with
Types of sexual contact with opposite-sex partners among persons aged 15–24 years with a focus on the timing of oral sex relative to first vaginal intercourse.


Oral Sex and HIV Risk
Oral sex involves using the mouth to stimulate the penis (fellatio), vagina (cunnilingus), or anus (anilingus). Risk of HIV. The chance an HIV-negative person will get HIV from oral sex with an...


How risky is oral sex?
It is known that oral sex involves less of a risk than unprotected anal sex or unprotected vaginal Oral sex has been shown to be a less risky activity than these practices, but is definitely not risk free.


Oral sex
Oral sex involves a person using their mouth, tongue and lips to stimulate a partner’s genitals. There are different types of oral sex, involving using your mouth and tongue to stimulate: O a woman’s...


What is ORAL SEX ?
Oral sex is considered a low-risk activity for HIV infection. Using protection during oral sex may sound like a pain, but it’s a whole lot better than being infected with something that can kill you!


What is ORAL SEX ?
Oral sex is considered a low-risk activity for HIV infection. Oral sex can be high risk for passing on or getting infected with other STIs, like chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, genital warts (HPV), syphilis and...


Oral sex and the transmission of non-viral STIs
Conclusions: Oral sex is a common sexual practice between both heterosexual and homosexual couples. Oro-genital sex is implicated as a route of transmission for gonorrhoea, syphilis...