Sexual Health Issues
Oral Sex... Information on " bj, bbj & bbbj".
Short answer - No. As a courtesy to our website visitors and potential clients, we feel it incumbent upon us to share this information:
It's a common question:
"Can I contract HIV or diseases through unprotected or 'natural' oral sex?"
Contrary to popular belief, a number of studies have demonstrated that oral sex can result in the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Although the risk is many times smaller than unprotected anal or vaginal sex, HIV has been transmitted to receptive partners through fellatio (french), even in cases when insertive partners didn't ejaculate.
Scientists have documented a number of other sexually transmitted diseases that have also been transmitted through oral sex:
- Genital warts (HPV)
- Intestinal parasites (amebiasis), and
- Hepatitis A ;
These are examples of STDs which can be transmitted during oral sex with an infected partner. The disease can exist and be carried in the person's throat. IF SHE HAS THIS IN HER THROAT FROM A PREVIOUS CLIENT, SHE WILL PASS IT ON TO YOU! If the client has it, he will transmit it to the girl's throat.
You cannot often tell just by looking at someone, or looking at their genitals, if they are 'clean' or not. Alarmingly, many consider oral sex to be a safe or no-risk sexual practice. This is an incorrect assumption, to protect yourself you must use protection for ALL sexual contact outside of a monogamous relationship.